The Char-Lan Skating Club held its annual showcase in Williamstown on March 27, on the theme of Canada 150. We have photos from the event in our galleries here, and a story in this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
Here's a video of one of the performances.
This year's showcase, with the theme Canada 150, will see members of the Char-Lan Skating Club take to the Williamstown ice tonight, starting at 6pm. The event had been scheduled for earlier this month, but was postponed due to bad weather.
The Glengarry News will be covering the show and have photos in an upcoming edition of the newspaper, as well as online.
The freezing rain our area received last evening and overnight had an impact on scheduled sports events, including the annual Char-Lan Skating Club showcase in Williamstown. The event had been slated for last night, but was postponed to March 27 due to the weather.
Today, Char-Lan DHS' girls hockey team was supposed to be skating at EOSSAA in Arnprior, but that event too has been bumped, moved to tomorrow.
You can read more about Crusaders hockey in this Sports in the Glens post, as well as in this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
UPDATED story as of 3pm: The Char-Lan Skating Club's annual showcase originally scheduled for 6pm this evening (March 6) at the Char-Lan Rec. Centre in Williamstown, has been postponed to March 27 due to threatened freezing rain this evening. Organizers made the decision to reschedule the event this afternoon.
The theme for this year's show is Canada 150, and the event is the highlight of the season for the children of the club, who perform a variety of musical routines, much to the delight of parents and friends in the stands.
Here's a photo from the 2016 show. You can re-live all the action of last year's event in our online gallery here.
North Glengarry Recreation Director Terry Gilmer reminds us that ice conditions change daily, so it's important to check before venturing out onto "frozen" rivers and ponds. He adds that they are working on informational signs for Mill Pond at Alexandria's Island Park to help guide those who might like to take advantage of the skating service or do some ice fishing.