With 2 NHL sheets of ice and Four Volleyball/Basket ball courts, The leader in sports for the region #Legacy_Arena by M2Architects is coming in 2020. Expectations are growing with 2 NHL sheets of Ice and a Court never seen in the United States. (A surprise to be announced) but to include 5 Full size basketball courts dedicated to the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, a Junior Basketball Court, and the ability to play pickle-ball, soccer and Volleyball in a very special way. (To be announced, so follow this blog)
To include 5 Full size basketball courts dedicated to the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, a Junior Basketball Court, and the ability to play pickle-ball, soccer and Volleyball in a very special way. (To be announced, so follow this blog)
We celebrate and Congratulate the newest group of skaters from the Ice House on their way to the 2018 Olympics. The Ice House is a 4 Sheet Ice Area design by Eric Milberger. The Ice House celebrates this year, having sent 35 skaters to the Olympics. read further......
HACKENSACK – In a spirited, fun-filled sendoff event at the Ice House, figure skaters bound for Pyeongchang performed for spectators one last time before competing in the Olympic Games next month.
The Hackensack ice rink is celebrating its 20th anniversary, introducing youngsters to figure skating and hockey, and training athletes to compete on the world stage. The four-rink complex has sent over 35 figure skaters to compete in the Olympic Games in the last two decades.
“We are so proud of our hardworking and dedicated coaches,” Craig Maurizi, director of the Ice House’s figure skating program, told the crowd. “We have eight members of our coaching staff who have competed in the Olympic Games. We also have nine coaches who coached at the Olympic Games.”
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The 11 athletes competing in 2018 will represent five countries — Israel, Switzerland, Slovakia, Canada and Australia — in the ladies' singles, men's singles, pairs and ice dance competitions.
“Tonight, we are showing why we’ve earned the title of Ice House of Champions,” said Maurizi.
At the event, called Ice Dreams 2018, the evening was more laid-back then the tense atmosphere of the Olympic ice rink. Skaters of all ages got their turn on the ice. Perfectly executed jumps – and even those that were a little wobbly – earned the cheers and applause of the audience.
For Geetha, 7, and Swathi Manchu, 4, of River Edge, it was their first time seeing figuring skating in person. The girls have signed up to start classes next month.
“I think it’s the funnest thing, especially on the East Coast,” said their father, Sreedhar Manchu.
The skaters were certainly having fun. With song choices like Cup of Life by Ricky Martin and Turn Down for What by Lil John/DJ Snake, it’s hard not to.
“I do want to try ice skating, it looks really cool,” said Betty Nagel of Teaneck. She came out to support her sister, Jordana. “Ice skating is all she talks about.”
The show was a bit of a homecoming for Natia Manizhashvili of Dumont, who moved to the U.S. from Georgia. She stopped skating after entering high school, where she joined track.
“I used to ice skate here, it feels good to be back,” said Manizhashvili, who started skating because she wanted to be the movies. “I’m excited to see the Olympians and want to meet them.”
Emily and Hanna Jacobson were there to support their classmate who was skating in the show. The girls watched figure skating on television before coming to Ice House to learn a little about the sport.
“I hope you do well!,” said Emily Jacobson.
Ted Baruli of Fair Lawn also came to see his sister, Helen, in the show. But his ambitions on the ice are a little different from hers.
“I think I will go with hockey if my mom says so,” said Baruli.
The first #DOGHAUS for M2Architects is now open in Rockford Illinois. It opening weekend exceeded expectations with the largest weekend opening for all off their Stores.
Another specialty restaurant opens up in East Rockford on Saturday. An offer for a free hot dog at Dog Haus had people lining up out the door to the newest addition to Rockford's food scene.
"We've been training all week, people are working hard, very tired," said Brand Manager at Dog Haus Adam Gertler. "When they come in and see the line of people it just get everybody in the kitchen psyched."
Inside was a packed house. First time customers ordered from an extensive menu to get their free dog.