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Monday January 18, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Tuesday January 19, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Snowshoeing - Snowshoeing
Join us on Tuesdays starting on Jan 12th at 1pm for a snowshoe walk at Houston Park.  All are invited to come!  Meet at the green gate that leads to fields 3 & 4 and wear your snowshoes or yak tracks.  We will wear masks and keep socially distant.This is free to all!  Friendly pets on a leash are also welcome!This is a weather dependent program.  Feel free to call the Recreation Dept. at 746-8263 if weather is questionable.
 
Wednesday January 20, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunch Drive Thru - Senior Lunch
9/1/2020:  We are holding a senior lunch drive thru on Wednesdays in September, October, November, December and January at noon.  The menu is posted on the door of the Slusser Center and attached below.3/15/2020 update: This indoor program is cancelled until further notice Wednesday Senior Lunches are a very popular program.  Lunch donations of a suggested $4 are collected.  Enjoy spending time in conversation and enjoying a delicious meal.  The monthly meals are listed on the Senior Calendar in the entryway of the Slusser Center.  
 
Thursday January 21, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Friday January 22, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Saturday January 23, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Sunday January 24, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Monday January 25, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Tuesday January 26, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Snowshoeing - Snowshoeing
Join us on Tuesdays starting on Jan 12th at 1pm for a snowshoe walk at Houston Park.  All are invited to come!  Meet at the green gate that leads to fields 3 & 4 and wear your snowshoes or yak tracks.  We will wear masks and keep socially distant.This is free to all!  Friendly pets on a leash are also welcome!This is a weather dependent program.  Feel free to call the Recreation Dept. at 746-8263 if weather is questionable.
 
Wednesday January 27, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunch Drive Thru - Senior Lunch
9/1/2020:  We are holding a senior lunch drive thru on Wednesdays in September, October, November, December and January at noon.  The menu is posted on the door of the Slusser Center and attached below.3/15/2020 update: This indoor program is cancelled until further notice Wednesday Senior Lunches are a very popular program.  Lunch donations of a suggested $4 are collected.  Enjoy spending time in conversation and enjoying a delicious meal.  The monthly meals are listed on the Senior Calendar in the entryway of the Slusser Center.  
 
Thursday January 28, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Friday January 29, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Saturday January 30, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Sunday January 31, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Monday February 1, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Tuesday February 2, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Snowshoeing - Snowshoeing
Join us on Tuesdays starting on Jan 12th at 1pm for a snowshoe walk at Houston Park.  All are invited to come!  Meet at the green gate that leads to fields 3 & 4 and wear your snowshoes or yak tracks.  We will wear masks and keep socially distant.This is free to all!  Friendly pets on a leash are also welcome!This is a weather dependent program.  Feel free to call the Recreation Dept. at 746-8263 if weather is questionable.
 
Wednesday February 3, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunch Drive Thru - Senior Lunch
9/1/2020:  We are holding a senior lunch drive thru on Wednesdays in September, October, November, December and January at noon.  The menu is posted on the door of the Slusser Center and attached below.3/15/2020 update: This indoor program is cancelled until further notice Wednesday Senior Lunches are a very popular program.  Lunch donations of a suggested $4 are collected.  Enjoy spending time in conversation and enjoying a delicious meal.  The monthly meals are listed on the Senior Calendar in the entryway of the Slusser Center.  
 
Thursday February 4, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Friday February 5, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Saturday February 6, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Sunday February 7, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Monday February 8, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Tuesday February 9, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Snowshoeing - Snowshoeing
Join us on Tuesdays starting on Jan 12th at 1pm for a snowshoe walk at Houston Park.  All are invited to come!  Meet at the green gate that leads to fields 3 & 4 and wear your snowshoes or yak tracks.  We will wear masks and keep socially distant.This is free to all!  Friendly pets on a leash are also welcome!This is a weather dependent program.  Feel free to call the Recreation Dept. at 746-8263 if weather is questionable.
 
Wednesday February 10, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunch Drive Thru - Senior Lunch
9/1/2020:  We are holding a senior lunch drive thru on Wednesdays in September, October, November, December and January at noon.  The menu is posted on the door of the Slusser Center and attached below.3/15/2020 update: This indoor program is cancelled until further notice Wednesday Senior Lunches are a very popular program.  Lunch donations of a suggested $4 are collected.  Enjoy spending time in conversation and enjoying a delicious meal.  The monthly meals are listed on the Senior Calendar in the entryway of the Slusser Center.  
 
Thursday February 11, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Friday February 12, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Saturday February 13, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Sunday February 14, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Monday February 15, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
Tuesday February 16, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Snowshoeing - Snowshoeing
Join us on Tuesdays starting on Jan 12th at 1pm for a snowshoe walk at Houston Park.  All are invited to come!  Meet at the green gate that leads to fields 3 & 4 and wear your snowshoes or yak tracks.  We will wear masks and keep socially distant.This is free to all!  Friendly pets on a leash are also welcome!This is a weather dependent program.  Feel free to call the Recreation Dept. at 746-8263 if weather is questionable.
 
Wednesday February 17, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunch Drive Thru - Senior Lunch
9/1/2020:  We are holding a senior lunch drive thru on Wednesdays in September, October, November, December and January at noon.  The menu is posted on the door of the Slusser Center and attached below.3/15/2020 update: This indoor program is cancelled until further notice Wednesday Senior Lunches are a very popular program.  Lunch donations of a suggested $4 are collected.  Enjoy spending time in conversation and enjoying a delicious meal.  The monthly meals are listed on the Senior Calendar in the entryway of the Slusser Center.  
 
Thursday February 18, 2021
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating and Winter Fun Events at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Update for 2021:For the past 3 years, the Recreation Department enjoyed hosting "Winter Fun" events at the Cabins.  We encouraged community gatherings in the beautiful Cabin setting and promoted the outdoor recreational opportunities there.  This year, we still wish to promote outdoor recreation at the Cabins, but will hold off on the organized events given the current Covid situation.  Please continue to enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the lake when conditions are safe.  We have placed a rack of ice skates on the cabin porch for residents to borrow while at Kimball Cabins and we will do our best to clear the ice as often as possible with the help of volunteers.   Some information about ice skating at Kimball Lake:- The Town does not monitor the ice depth.  All who go out on the ice do so at their own risk.- If you wish to help with ice clearing, there are shovels on site. If you start clearing a rink, please complete it.  Piles of snow left on the skating surface will refreeze and shrink the size of the rink for the season.  Keeping a nice surface can be difficult each season and we thank you for your help to keep a nice, large skating area for as long as we can throughout winter!- Ice fishing on the lake is welcome.  Please choose an area outside of the skating area. The skating area is the area closest to the main cabin and boat ramp that extends out toward the realtor's office and restaurant.- The ice should be cleared of all items (hockey nets, chairs, shovels, etc.) each night.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing with the changing temperatures and these items will become stuck in place if not removed each night.  -Please stay off the ice if it is slushy.  If you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.  This is nearly impossible to fix for the season.- The light pole on the entrance road is a manual light.  The last one out for the night should shut it off!-Helmets are always a good idea!-Have fun!