The Inlet Youth Commission is still in need of a baseball coach for this summer’s youth program. Anyone interested please contact Mary at the Inlet Town Hall 315-357-6121
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We still have lots of winter here in Inlet and the groomers are still out!
Be careful on the snowmobile trails – the groomers may be working on the wrong side of the trail while they smooth some of the corners.
Cross-country ski trails are in great shape, and the sledding hill and ice skating rink are holding up nicely!
Community Pride Day 2014
The deadline to be on this year’s shirts is March 25!!
Print out the form and send it in today!!
Winter Update – March 12, 2014
Yes! It is still winter in Inlet! And no, we are not surprised by that!
Winter is supposed to include all of March, and to prove that to us, Mother Nature is dropping a bunch of snow on us right now. Over 8 inches have fallen today and it is still coming down. The snowmobile and ski trail groomers will be out some time after the storm to smooth things out and the riding should be real nice this weekend.
Ice skating rink has been looking real good, and this new snow on the sledding hill is going to make for lots of fun!
SNOFEST DEAL still applies! – If you have yet to come ride our snowmobile trails this season, then now is the time. For only $65 we will sell you a Town of Webb/Inlet snowmobile trail permit that is good for the rest of this season (expires April 1, 2014) and then in October when the new stickers are in we will drop in the mail to you a permit good for the 2104/15 snowmobile season. Regular permit prices are $80 for the season or $45 for seven consecutive days. The Snofest Deal must be purchased in person at either the Inlet Information Office or the Town of Webb Visitor Center.
Winter Update – February 26, 2014
Groomers are out and it is snowing!
We have a couple inches of new snow on the ground on top of a solid icy base. On Friday it rained here. The rain actually started Thursday night and it rained on & off up until 3:00 pm on Friday when it changed to snow. It snowed nicely the rest of the day, leaving over 2 inches of good stuff. Since then it has snowed on & off and the groomers have been out a few times working it in as best they can.
Snowmobile trails are in good condition with some icy corners.
Cross-country ski trails are in fair to good condition – a little too icy in most places.
Sledding hill looks good and the ice skating rink is nice!
Winter Update – February 6, 2014
We got some snow! About a foot of snow fell upon us from this last “storm.”
Groomers are all out, packing and working this new snow in. Snowmobile trails are going to be a little mealy until the snow is packed firm. Should be some good riding this weekend! Cross-country trails will all be nice and groomed and ready for the weekend as well.
Lots of snow on the sledding hill, and the ice at the rink is in great condition.
Winter Report – December 14, 2013
Inlet snowmobile trails were panned yesterday. Limekiln to Gilbert and all inner trails were hit at least once. Moose River Plains was also done from the Inlet gate to Red River.
Today the groomer is hitting the trail to Eagle Bay, then will be parked for a demonstration at the Inlet fire hall for the Snowmobile Safety Course. After class it will head back into the MRP will a goal to make it to Silver Run.
The ice skating rink is open! And there is lots of snow on the sledding hill!
The parks guys have been working hard to clear more than 80% of the cross-country ski trails at Fern Park and have even been able to groom a lot of them. Inlet Golf Course will be groomed on Monday.
Kicking off the snowmobile season with lots of snow for Snodeo! Over the last few days, Inlet received anywhere form 12 to 20 inches of snow, and Old Forge is reporting even more in some spots.
Trails are all open. Town of Webb groomers were out all day yesterday and into the night and back at it early today. Hoping to see the Inlet groomers out tomorrow.
The Fulton Chain of Lakes Performing Arts Council, Inc. has obtained some Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra 2013-14 series!
We’re on the move to end Alzheimer’s
Walk with us to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s Association.
NEW THIS YEAR! We will walk from Arrowhead Park to Drake’s Inn and back. This will take us along the new Elaine Townsend Trail that was installed last year (from Limekiln Road to Drake’s)!
Registration & Chinese Auction at Arrowhead Park opens at 9am.
The walk will begin at 10am.
After the walk there will be live music & food and the winners of the Chinese Auction will be announced at 1pm.
If you are not able to walk with us, click the link to contribute towards Inlet’s event: http://act.alz.org/inlet
The Memory Walk is an under 3 mile walk that raises money for Alzheimer’s. We even provide golf carts for those who are not able to walk but are there to support the event, or maybe benefit from it. This is our fourth year doing this walk. Year’s past we walked from Arrowhead Park to Eagle Bay and back. This year we will take advantage of our new Elaine Townsend Trail that connects the sidewalk from downtown Arrowhead Park at Limekiln Road up to Drake’s Inn. It was the vision of Elaine Townsend to see that the children who lived beyond Limekiln Road had a safe path to walk to school and to the downtown. With money from the Laura Musser Fund and in-kind services by the Inlet Highway Department we were able to make this happen in 2012.
Last year this event took in over $5,000 and we had over 50 people walk while others gathered for the music and silent auction that followed. Last year the walk was in memory of Walter Schmid, who founded our ski trails at Fern Park and ran the ski shop for many years. He succumbed to Alzheimer’s the year before. 60% of the money raised from this event goes to the Alzheimer’s Association. The other 40% stays right here and goes to RCIL, our the local respite program that gathers every Wednesday in the Inlet Town Hall.