First Annual Winterfest at the Glenview Community Ice Center to Benefit the Glenview Park Foundation
The first annual Winterfest will take over the Glenview Community Ice Center on Saturday, January 28. The evening features triple-header hockey games between Glenbrook South Titan Hockey Club and Loyola Academy Hockey Club, and fun winter activities both on and off-ice. Participants can take a ride on the brand-new Ice Bumper Cars, join a youth 3v3 hockey tournament, learn to curl, and more.
Admission is $5 at the door. Pre-registration for Winterfest activities is going on now and includes the cost of admission. The full schedule is listed below.
Winterfest is proudly sponsored by Glenview Bank & Trust and Merrill Lynch. All proceeds benefit the Glenview Park Foundation to support the Glenview Park District and improve the community of Glenview.
“The Glenview Park Foundation is thrilled to host this winter-themed event at the Glenview Community Ice Center“ said Kevin Christell, President of the Glenview Park Foundation. “We were so pleased to be able to fund the Under the Stars sculpture by Elisa Boughner that is such a beautiful and iconic part of the Ice Center. We look forward to supporting future projects that enhance beloved community parks and facilities.”
Schedule of Activities:
• 3V3 Hockey Tournament (ages 5-9; 8-11 and 10-13) • Rink B • 3:30-6:15 p.m.
• Ice Bumper Cars • Studio Rink • 4:30-8:50 p.m. (20-minute sessions)
• Dryland Training Room • 5:15-8:15 p.m. (One-hour sessions)
• Learn to Curl • Rink B • 6:20-9:20 p.m. (One-hour classes)
• Shoot the Puck • Studio Rink • 6:40-7:30 p.m.
Glenbrook South Titan Hockey Club vs. Loyola Academy Hockey Club Game Times:
5:10 p.m.: Glenbrook South Varsity Black vs. Loyola Maroon
6:30 p.m.: Glenbrook South Varsity vs. Loyola Gold
8:15 p.m.: Glenbrook South Junior Varsity vs. Loyola Junior Varsity
Since its founding in 1996 the Glenview Park Foundation has raised more than $2.3 million through private and public donations and fundraising events. Recent projects and improvements funded by the Glenview Park Foundation include the Megatherium Club Exhibit at the Grove Interpretive Center, the Synnestvedt Arboretum sculpture, improvements at Glenview Park Golf Club, and the Jackman Park renovation. The Glenview Park Foundation also provided $57,200 in Leisureships to families participating in Camp REC, a program created to accommodate adaptive learning phases needed by Glenview schools during the pandemic.