130 W. Englewood Avenue, Englewood, NJ 07631  201-568-3133
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Set your GPS to 85 W. Englewood Ave. Our driveway is directly across the street.
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IMPORTANT YOU MUST READ THIS
ALL REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT HAS MOVED ONLINE. THIS INCLUDES ADULT SKATE, LEARN TO SKATE, STICKTIME and FAMILY STICKTIME

All registration and payment for skating and programs has moved online. You MUST first create an account at CommunityPass. It can take up to three days for the account to activate.

Once the CommunityPass account has been activated, you will then be able to register and pay for rink activities. If you have already registered for CommunityPass (for instance, for swimming or other rec programs), you do not have to register again. You can continue to use your existing account.

All programs and activities have strict limits on the number of participants, and registration is required for everything.

If a session is not full, you CAN register and pay online from your phone, but the rink has no ability to accept payment on site
you MUST have an active CommunityPass account in order to register and pay.

If you have any problems with the CommunityPass registration, please contact Molly (ext. 302) or Joe (ext. 303) at the Recreation Department 201-568-3472.




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ALL HOCKEY TEAMS MUST ENTER & EXIT THROUGH THE REAR DOORS

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ALL SKATERS MUST WEAR HELMETS BRING YOUR OWN

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ALL PUBLIC SESSIONS ARE POSTPONED PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES

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You Don’t Have Weak Ankles, Your Skates are Too Loose
Skates are not slippers
ANKLE SUPPORT
ANKLE SUPPORT
If the tops of your skates are not laced tight enough, your ankles will flop over and your feet will hurt.
If your foot can move around at all (other than wiggling your toes) inside the skate, it’s too loose and your foot will not be able to control the skate.
Starting at the bottom, pull the laces way tighter than you think they ought to be, but not so tight that it hurts your feet.
Trust me on this. I’ve tied thousands of pairs of skates, and I’m speaking from years of experience.
You can borrow a tightening hook at the rental counter
Phil
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