aberdeen, sask., bringing roller skating back in style
Start with May in Aberdeen.
Roller skating activities are held in the entertainment and event center.
\"We have a lot of room here,\" said Mayor Renee Hornersaid . \". \"And [we can]
Do something that has not been done for 30 years.
\"The complex has to be diversified and he is also the general manager of volunteers for the skating rink,\" said Horner.
2019 marks the first year of the town\'s removal of ice from the complex.
That reminds her of her teenage years, says Horner.
\"I have teenagers now and it was fun at the time,\" she said . \".
\"I talked to my teenager and I said, \'What do you think?
They thought it was a cool idea.
Horner has not worn skates for decades.
At the beginning, she tied for 5 minutes a day to test her balance.
\"It\'s back,\" she said . \". \"I\'m ready.
\"The grand opening ceremony is April 26.
The town will have three different skating times on Friday and Saturday. Three p. m. to 5 p. m. and 6 p. m. to 8 p. m.
It will be home skating time, and 9 in the evening. m. to 12 p. m.
Only teenagers and adults. The drop-
The cost of skating is $5, she said, and there are some adult skates for rent, but not much now.
\"You can bring your skates or your skates,\" she said . \".
\"We\'re going to play some music, turn off the lights and do a little light show.
Horner said: \"The reaction to the roller skating idea is bigger than expected.
\"We think we\'re going to throw it away so our community can have fun and use the facility,\" she said . \".
\"We received calls from people from different towns, different cities, and they wanted to know when we would open the door.
\"People also called for team building exercises and birthday parties,\" she said.
They also plan to host theme nights such as disco nights, post-80 s nights and shorts nights. \"It\'s great.
\"Aberdeen is a great community,\" Horner said . \".
\"We can laugh at ourselves here.
\"When you come up with an idea, you just invite your friends.
\"Let\'s try it,\" she said . \"
\"We like to have fun in this town and we will continue to do so.
\"With residents, businesses in the community have responded positively,\" she said.
There are eight sponsors in the dressing room, each with a dressing room of different colors and their logo on the door.
Horner said she thinks there will be a lot of roller skating in Aberdeen this year and there may be more next year.
\"This is another activity that people can\'t do on gravel roads,\" she said . \".
\"It\'s not available anywhere else now.
\"I think by doing this we will see a lot of traffic in our town and people will see what a great and wonderful place it is.
Aberdeen is about 30 kilometers northeast of Saskatoon.