A Polar Plunge in 2021?

“Is the New Year’s Day Polar Plunge happening this year?” The short answer is no…  and yes. 

Some of us around here like to ring in the New Year with a brisk (OK – freezing, freaking cold) dip in Angle Lake. However, due to the current COVID-19 public health emergency, and social distancing protocols, pursuant to the Governor’s and public health officials’ orders and acting with abundant caution, the Shore Club is not organizing a plunge event for 2021.

NOTE: DO NOT WEAR ANY FACE COVERINGS WHILE IN THE WATER

However, an unsponsored, informal Polar Plunge at Angle Lake Manor Beach will still take place. Several of our regular ‘die-hard’ participants are determined not to go a year without their New Year’s Polar Plunge. As one planned participant stated "Please let it be clear we are independent of any organization and NOT the organizers of this event." 

If you decide to do so, there is an open invitation for you to join them for the HIGH NOON plunge. Otherwise, you are encouraged to consider dropping off non-perishable foodstuff and/or cash donations from 11:00 am until 12:30 pm to benefit our local food bank 

Angle Lake Manor Beach 
New Years Day, January 1st
Food Bank Contributions accepted 11:00 am -12:30 pm
Plunge at High Noon, 12:00 pm

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