The renovation to the Rich Korpi Ice Rink in Bayonne, NJ is now completed. The new boards have been installed and the ice was painted this past weekend. The renovation was completed in time as the Bayonne Bees open their 2015-16 season today at home.
A $6.5 Million dollar facility, with indoor sport courts built by Riley
This artificial turf facility was designed for lacrosse, volleyball, and indoor soccer and is equipped with portable batting cages for our softball players. Tsha’ Thoñ’nhes is capable to host regulation indoor box lacrosse game, an indoor soccer games or a volley tournament with 4 simultaneous courts with seating for approximately 300 people. Tsha’ Thoñ’nhes is also very versatile as the dasher boards can be removed to create a large field house. The bleachers are also portable to allow for a variety of seating arrangements.
Tsha’ Thoñ’nhes gained instant notoriety when it was a host site of the 2105 World Indoor Championship held at the Onondaga Nation. Countries from all over the world marveled at our new facility.
The installation of the temporary rink for the Hockeytown Winter Festival is completed and games are already underway at Comerica Park.
Be Sure to Check out the Time Lapse Installation video below!