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Family Fun Day

Monday, 19th February 2018, Time: 12:01 PM To: 4:00 PM

Family Fun Day at Midnapore Lake
Monday February 19, 201 from Noon till 4:00 pm
$2.00 Hot Dogs, Hot Chocolate and Coffee, Skating, Horse Drawn Wagon Rides, Perch Derby and Toboggan Radar.

Please bring a non-perishable food bank donation for the Food Bank

Please remember to bring your card and make up your guest lists in advance.
This event is for members and their guests only.

Call the office at 403-256-0550 with any questions.

For more information please contact us at Midnapore Lake Residents Association Ltd.
185 Midlake Blvd SE, Calgary, AB T2X 1L2
Bus: 403-256-0550 Fax: 403-254-5983 Web:


Ice thickness is assessed by the office.

The fire department and the Alberta Safety Council call for a minimum of 6 inches of consistently good quality ice across the entire lake before people should venture out. Please refrain from throwing objects onto the lake to “test” the ice or for any other reason. Rocks and sticks that freeze into the surface pose enormous safety risks to skaters, maintenance personnel and equipment. Ice testing will continue several times a week until maintenance/flooding can begin. After the lake is open, testing will continue on a regular basis. Please watch the web site and signs at the Lake House for further information.

Where a Lake Lot owner has prepared a skating area adjacent to their property it is not to be used by general members. The Lake house does not maintain or check these for safety & ice depth.

Members and guests must adhere to all posted skating rules.

It is recommended that all minors wear helmets.