There are a few spots to go outdoor skating in Sherwood Park and Strathcona County and finding a rink or pathway has never been so easy. Check out the online dashboard to see which rinks and pathways are open and ready for you to spend some time on. The outdoor rinks and pathways are free to use, so it’s a great activity for anyone to do!
If you have been craving some Japanese food lately, this is a great time to try out Kobachi. Found just across the street from the Strathcona County Library, this locally owned restaurant prides itself on offering health-conscious dishes. They’re proud to serve sustainable and locally-sourced food, so they’re a great option when you’re looking to support local. Check out their social media to see their weekly features or stop by and try them out this weekend.
If you’re planning on lacing up the skates this weekend, make sure they’re ready for the rink by swinging by Sin Bin. This is a great locally owned place to get your skates sharpened, or by picking up some equipment. Don’t worry, if you aren’t into skating, they have plenty of other options for you to look at. It’s never too early to start thinking about baseball season 😉
Please ensure that you are adhering to all public health mandates in place, including wearing a mask and physical distancing. Be ready to show your vaccination status, medical exemption or a negative, privately-paid COVID-19 test as part of the Restriction Exemption Program.
Be kind and enjoy the weekend in Sherwood Park and Strathcona County!