The Bolton Bulletin

Moonlight skating & bonfire set

The Town of Bolton Recreation Department has scheduled a new event for area youth and families that offers fun and good exercise. Titled the Bolton Full Moon Ice Skating & Bonfire event, it is to be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday Feb. 23 at the Bolton Conservation Club at 50 Edgecomb Pond Road.

The event is weather permitting, according to Recreation Director Michelle Huck.

“Join your friends in an evening of ice-skating on the pond,” she said. “The moon will be 94 percent full on this night and should make for some great fun.”

Huck added that plans call for a bonfire, hot chocolate or hot cider to warm up participants, who are asked to bring their own ice skates. “Glow sticks” will be handed out so children can collaborate on a visual spectacle, she said. For details, contact Huck at: 928-3176.

Winter Break Party slated

Bolton’s Youth Winter Break party is to be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday Feb. 16 at the Bolton Conservation Club, 50 Edgecomb Pond Road.

Ice skating, snowman crafting, ice bowling, snow painting, games and prizes are all featured in the event.

A lunch with hot dogs as entrees will be offered from noon to 1:30 p.m. and crafts and games are to be featured from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A bonfire with s’mores and campfire stories are to occur at 2 p.m.

Those participating in ice skating are asked to bring their own skates.

Ice skates sought by town

The Town of Bolton Recreation Department is seeking donations of ice skates and hockey skates for children and adults. The skates are to be used at the Bolton Community Center. Contact Michelle Huck at 928-3176 or email her at: boltonrec@yahoo.com.

Seniors’ events calendar

• Wednesday, Feb. 20 — School Winter Vacation Week — No activities planned.

• Wednesday, Feb. 27 — Bowling, 10 a.m. at SpareTime Lanes, Lake George. Lunch to follow at the Lam Fong Yuen Chinese Restaurant in South Glens Falls. Call Howard Levy at 644-2137 for reservations.

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