Neighborhood Club

A social and tennis club in West Newton, MA

Winter 2021-2022  - Ice Skating

The Skating Rink is OPEN!  For the 2021-2022 winter season, the Neighborhood Club will have an Ice Skating Rink on the tennis courts. The Skating Rink will be available to all Club Members, free of charge. Similar to our experience last winter, we hope the Skating Rink will be a way for Members to continue to enjoy the Club and socialize with other Members outside. 

Sam Williams, our tennis pro, will be available to offer ice skating lessons. Members will be asked to reserve an hour long time slot through the Club’s website at www.yourcourts.com. If you are not registered with yourcourts.com or would like to take a skating lesson, please email Sam Williams at swiftstring@comcast.net. When the Skating Rink is officially open, we will start registration times at yourcourts.com.

If you would like to rent the entire Skating Rink out for an event, please contact Odette Morelli at omorellitnc@gmail.com.

Below are the rules and regulations for the Skating Rink. Members will be asked to complete a waiver when reserving a time slot at www.yourcourts.com. The Rink will be open from 9am to 8pm daily, including Saturday and Sunday.

Contact Sam (swiftstring@comcast.net) to get your login information.

The Neighborhood Club
Ice Skating Rules and Regulations

Skaters understand the assumption of risk agreement; by engaging in skating, skaters are deemed to have knowledge of, and assume the inherent risks of skating, which include but are not limited to the following:

  • 1.     Injuries that result from collisions or contact with other skaters or other individuals who are on the skating surface.
  • 2.     Injuries that result from falls.
  • 3.     Injuries that involve objects or artificial structures that are properly within the intended path of travel of the skater.

Skaters understand and agree to all of the following:

  • 1.     Maintain reasonable control of your speed and course at all times.
  • 2.     Read and abide by all posted signs, warnings and cooperate with staff.
  • 3.     Maintain a proper skating distance to lookout and avoid other skaters, objects or conditions on the surface of the rink.
  • 4.     Accept responsibility for knowing the range of your ability while on skates, and skate within the limits of that ability.
  • 5.     Do not skate while under the influence of drugs, alcohol or other control impairing substances.
  • 6.     Leave the ice surface when resurfacing or maintenance is taking place.
  • 7.     Food and drinks are not allowed on the ice rink surface, the surrounding dasher boards or cap rails.
  • 8.     Refrain from acting in a manner that may cause or contribute to the injury of oneself or any other person.
  • 9.     Shoes and skates shall be changed in the designated area.


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