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Rink is OPEN 11am-7pm, skating only. Please obey the signs.
Before you leave
· fill up your gas tank
· check the weather forecast before heading out.
· contact the local snowmobile club to check trail and ice conditions
· dress appropriately – wear clothing in layers, and make your top layer a snowmobile suit or other windproof layer
· tell someone :
· where you’re going
· the route you will take
· a description of your snowmobile
· when you expect to return
· never travel alone
Remember: Exposure to extreme cold can lead to frostbite and hypothermia. Your risk goes up as the temperature goes down.
What to bring
Pack a snowmobile survival kit that includes:
· first aid kit
· GPS unit, trail map and compass
· matches (or lighter) in a waterproof container
· knife, saw or axe
· ice picks (if you must cross over a frozen river or lake)
· high-energy food like nuts or granola bars
· an extra set of dry clothing
You should also bring a snowmobile mechanical kit that includes:
· spare spark plug and drive belt
· tow rope
· screwdriver, wrenches and hammer
· owner’s manual
While you are driving
· always drive within your ability
· take extra care on corners and hills
· obey speed limits and road/trail signs
· always stay on the right-hand side of the trail
· use appropriate hand signals before stopping, slowing down or turning
· take extra care at road and rail crossings – cross roads at designated crossings and at a 90-degree angle so you can cross safely and quickly
· never ride on private property without permission of the land owner
Driving at night
· reduce your speed – some hazards are harder to see in the dark
· use your headlights and drive at a speed where they can shine ahead of you
· wear clothing that has reflective markings so that you are more visible to others
Driving on ice
· avoid driving on unfamiliar frozen lakes and rivers, as open water may not be visible
· if you must drive over ice, wear a buoyant snowmobile suit
· always drive on ice that is new, hard and clear
· never drive on ice that is slushy, weak, near moving water or that has recently thawed and refrozen
· check ice conditions with the local snowmobile club before you head out
In the event of an extended power disruption or disruption to 911 service, volunteers will attend the homes of vulnerable citizens to ensure their safety. You must fill out a registration form to be put on the vulnerable list. You can drop by the Municipal Office, phone 705-779-2992 or email Lorraine at email@example.com to get the form.
Prince Twp. Library Hours
Prince Township has a well stocked library with a huge assortment of rich literature including children's books, novels, nonfiction reference books and much much more.
Due to new lockdown restrictions the library will be going back to curbside pickups ONLY until further notice. Please call 705-779-2992 *5 to make your book request and we will get back to you with a pick up time as soon as possible. We appreciate your understanding during this time.
"There is not such a cradle of democracy upon the earth as the Free Public Library, this republic of letters, where neither rank, office, nor wealth receives the slightest consideration. " - Andrew Carnegie
EarlyON Centre Hours
EarlyON centers offer free drop-in programs for caregivers and children from birth to 6 years old. You can learn and play with your child, meet people, or get advice.
EarlyON Child and Family Centre Hours:
Closed until further notice.
Hours are subject to change with little notice. Check our facebook page: EarlyOn Child and Family Centre "Prince Township"
Please note that socks or indoor shoes are required while visiting. The centre also is a PEANUT FREE ZONE. For the safety of children who have life-threatening peanut allergies, please do not bring peanuts or nut products into the centre. Thank you.