February 15th to February 18th, 2019   


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2019 Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Hot Stove Event!

Follow the flow from Prohibition on the Chicago River, to the banks of the mighty St. Lawrence! 
Join the revered Chicago Blackhawks Alumni as we revisit the Glory Days during our 2019 "Speak Easy"-style fundraiser in support of the Brockville Winter Classic. 
Delightful appetizers from the Windy City will be served, along with an amazing dinner catered byThe Keystorm Pub. This can't-miss event takes place SATURDAY February 16. 7:30pm start time at the Brockville Memorial Centre, with each ticket cost $150 
**included with the cost is ONE general admission ticket to Sunday's alumni game! 
** Hot Stove event is 19+ 
Get your tickets at: https://1000islands.snapd.com/events/view/1210208
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It's not too late to meet some NHL LEGENDS TONIGHT in BROCKVILLE!

Get your tickets for tonight's NHL Legends Meet & Greet at The Keystorm Pub at  http://bit.ly/2r5u8hi or pick one up at the door! IT'S NOT TOO LATE! See you tonight with Ray :)

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Calling all Chicago Blackhawks Fans!

Winter Classic organizers are promising a bigger and better Brockville Winter Classic Weekend in 2019 -

From Saturday February 9th to Monday, February 18th, 
in addition to the highly anticipated “Brockville Winter Classic” hockey tournament, draft lottery, and silent auction, organizers announced yesterday the following additions to the weekend:

● February 9th Snow Ball Night Skate Party at Rotary Park kicks off Winter Classic week
● Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Game vs. Tim Horton’s All Stars February 17th at BMC
● A new event! Saturday Night Hot Stove intimate evening with the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday February 16th
● Family Day events at Rotary Park February 18th
● Winter Activities all week long so stay tuned to our website, Facebook page www.facebook.com/BrockvilleWinterClassic, or Twitter @BvilleWC

Funds raised during the Winter Classic will continue to be directed at Brockville Rotary Park. The Park is a locally funded facility that offers free recreation for the entire community. This facility is integral to the healthy upbringing of our youth by offering play without charge. Since 2010, the Rotary Park Revitalization Committee has infused approximately $2,000,000 into this community asset and couldn’t have done it without the support of the Winter Classic team and you the community at large.

How you can get involved: 
 Participate in the many events over Winter Classic Week
 Donate! Both cash and in-kind donations are appreciated. 
 Purchase tickets to the Saturday Night Hot Stove 
 Purchase tickets to the Alumni Game 
If you wish to be involved in this weekend, or have any questions, please contact brockvillewinterclassic@gmail.com or facebook.com/BrockvilleWinterClassic

(picture and article courtesy of Snapd 1000 Islands) Winter Classic Committee members join with Tim Hortons owners Shane Joyce & Natasha Avis (Brockville) and Shawn & Lisa Lockett (Prescott) at the Tim's on Parkedale Ave.

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NHL Legends Coming to Brockville on December 2nd!

On Sunday December 2nd you'll have the chance to hear stories from NHL Hall of Famers Joe Mullen and Raymond Bourque. But it doesn't stop there as the stories keep on coming from David Shaw, Andrew Raycroft, Bob "swoop" Sweeney and a player who loves Brockvegas so much he's thinking of buying a second home here...none other than big Al Iafrate. This meet and greet will allow you to rub shoulders with some of your favorites from yester-years so get your tickets here:

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Winter Classic Nets $34,821 for Rotary Park Improvements

(From snapd 1000 Islands)

The Brockville Winter Classic organizing committee held a wrap-up celebration last evening at the Keystorm Pub. It was announced that this year's event - which featured the New York Rangers Alumni squaring off against the local Canadian Tire All-Stars raised $34,821! This money will go towards additional improvements at Rotary Park. As well, Thelma Spicer was awarded Volunteer of the Year. The award was presented by the 2017 award winner Joe Boisvenue.

Two other important announcements were made last evening:

1 - For the next few years, employees at Procter & Gamble will be stepping up to help with the Rotary Park fundraising efforts with the goal to leave a lasting legacy on our City.

2 - The Brockville Winter Classic is a six year project that features an Original Six Alumni team each year. So far, we've had the Montreal Canadiens Alumni, Boston Bruins Alumni & this year, the New York Rangers Alumni. Next year our guests will be the Chicago Blackhawks alumni (yippee!) Next years Brockville Winter Classic Weekend will take place on Family Day Weekend in February

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Check out the event schedule!


Lots of exciting events happening from February 10th & over the Family Day Weekend! 

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We ACCEPT the @SmithsFallsPeeweeBears #GOODDEED CHALLENGE!
Bring your non-perishable food items to ANY Brockville Winter Classic Weekend event - the 2018 Snow BallOutdoor Winter Classic Tournament & MORE!New York Rangers Legends vs. Canadian Tire All-stars, and RBC Family Day Skate! All donations going to the The Brockville and Area Food Bank.

The Brockville Braves/Brockville Braves have accepted the Smiths Falls Peewee Bears challenge too! The Braves play vs the Lumber Kings on Friday, February 9th. A classic rival. A huge game. Every game played now has major playoff implications. The Braves are fighting to finish in third place to secure home ice first round! Make it down to the Madhouse and cheer on your local hockey team. Also bring non-perishable food items to the game! They accept the challenge!!!! WHO ELSE is up for the challenge???!


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Roster updates & MORE to come!

Check out our Alumni Roster page for updates on the confirmed players playing in the Brockville Winter Classic New York Rangers Legends vs. Canadian Tire All-Stars game!

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Hometown TV12 - 2018 Brockville Winter Classic Weekend Announces New York Rangers Alumni Participating VIDEO

2018 Brockville Winter Classic Weekend Announces New York Rangers Alumni Participating – VIDEO (http://www.hometowntv12.ca/news/local-news/2018-brockville-winter-classic-weekend-announces-new-york-rangers-alumni-participating-video/)

2018 Brockville Winter Classic Weekend Announces New York Rangers Alumni Participating  VIDEO

(Video footage at: https://youtu.be/F5rzQRD1QV8 )

Brockville – The 2018 Brockville Winter Classic Weekend announced on Wednesday that the New York Rangers Alumni will be in attendance during the upcoming Brockville Winter Classic being held on the Family Day weekend in February.

They also announced they will be delivering a bigger and better Brockville Winter Classic Weekend in 2018.

As well the Rotary Park Revitalization Committee announced that they have completed the #raiserotaryroof component of phase three of the revitalization of Rotary Park and announced the final project grant from the Canada 150 program.

The new roof is now up and lighting is being installed and the installation of the ice is expected to start on December 1st.

The 2018 edition of the winter classic is being held from Friday, Febuary 16th to Monday, February 19th at Rotary Park. it will feature the winter classic tournament being held on the Saturday, draft lottery and silent auction. As well as the New York Rangers Alumni game vs the Canadian Tire Brockville/Prescott Team, a VIP brunch with the New York Rangers Alumni, Winter Classic Tournament Awards Ceremony and After Party and new this year, Family Day events at Rotary Park and winter activities are being planned for all week long before the winter classic weekend.

If anyone wants to get involved with the Brockville Winter Classic Weekend in 2018 please contact: brockvillewinterclassic@gmail.com or visit their Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/BrockvilleWinterClassic


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Rotary pad roof almost done


Rotary pad roof almost done

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Brockville Winter Classic nets more than $65,000 for Rotary Park - New York Rangers alumni to take part in 2018 event

  Mar 26, 2017   by Monica Mroz   St. Lawrence News (https://www.insidebrockville.com/news-story/7209367-brockville-winter-classic-nets-more-than-65-000-for-rotary-park/)

The results are in: the third annual Brockville Winter Classic Weekend scored gold for the Rotary Park Revitalization project.

Staged March 3 to 5 by the eight-member classic volunteer committee, the hockey-themed weekend of activities netted more than $60,000 that will ensure an open-air steel roof will be erected over the downtown outdoor public skating rink this year.

While some fundraising amounts were still coming in, classic committee member Jeff Severson said a cheque for more than $60,000 would be presented to the revitalization committee on Thursday, March 23. The celebration and appreciation night for committee members, volunteers and platinum event sponsors took place at the Keystorm Pub.The cheque ended up being in the amount of $65,568.

The weekend featured family-centred activities and hockey games showcasing the Boston Bruins alumni playing alongside homegrown teams in mini-tournaments, as well as at a sold-out game against the local Canadian Tire All Stars at the Brockville Memorial Centre.

And with organizers still enjoying the glow of the successful weekend, they have already secured the headlining team for the fourth annual event: the New York Rangers alumni team. That classic weekend has been slated for Feb. 16-19, 2018 to coincide with Family Day.

“They are going to build their tour around us,” Severson commented of the Rangers’ appearance. “It’s Family Day weekend; it’s everything we want.” Because of the positive feedback and achievements this year, organizers won’t be straying too far from the formula that generated such a good outcome.

But Severson stresses their success isn’t about the money, adding the committee did not have a set fundraising objective. “We just wanted to put on a phenomenal event,” he said, adding that families having fun is the main goal.

“Hockey is amazing, but you don’t have to be a hockey buff” to enjoy the weekend, Severson said. “This event is for everybody. You’re building memories.” Other events included a nighttime skating party, autograph signing with the Bruins, a pancake breakfast and broomball.

Bruins alumni have also contacted organizers to express their thanks and appreciation for the weekend, Severson said. Committee member Dan Thompson received a call from Bruins Bruce Shoebottom to thank him for “an amazing weekend,” and other alumni players noted the Brockville weekend was “definitely one of the best tour stops ever.”

“It speaks a lot for the hospitality and quality of entertainment,” Severson said. “I was a diehard Habs fan, but I’m a secret Bruins fan now.”

The Montreal Canadiens alumni took part in the 2016 Brockville Winter Classic.

Key fundraisers are also looking forward to the fourth annual event in 2018. Severson said platinum-level sponsors who contribute more than $1,000 have also thanked the committee for including them in the event and are looking to help again next year either by volunteering time or donating money.

“It’s just such a fun event,” Severson said. “They want to be a part of it.”

Platinum sponsors were: Real Canadian Superstore, O’Farrell Financial Services, Burnbrae Farms, Upper Canada District School Board-TR Leger, TD Bank, Henderson Printing, Allstate Insurance, Brockville and Prescott Canadian Tire, Keystorm Pub, Allegiant Contracting, Downtown Brockville Business Improvement Area, Hang Ups Picture Framing, Racer’s Edge, Shell Canada and Royal Bank.

Stanley Cup-level sponsors were Procter and Gamble and Brent Scott Co-operators Insurance.

The roof over the ice rink was a $550,000 project that will ensure free public recreational use of the surface in all weather conditions and in all seasons. Last year, the classic committee raised $67,000 toward the cost of the project; the amount included $25,000 received from the group’s successful Kraft Hockeyville bid.

Even though the 200-by-100-foot roof with interior lighting will be in place this year, there will be ongoing operating costs and improvements to the Rotary Park that the classic committee will want to be involved in, Severson added.

Previous projects at the park have included a splash pad, accessible playground and washrooms, synthetic ice pad, portable refrigeration system, bicycle pump track, a basketball court and skateboard park.

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A Refreshing Weekend!

The Brockville Winter Classic Weekend just got more refreshing! Thanks to Molson CanadianBIG RIG Brewery & Whitewater Brewing co. for joining in on the fun this weekend and serving up delicious brews all weekend long! Check out the promo for when & where you can find these Top Shelf Beers!

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