Is there any better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than skating naked? We don’t think so!

This is a huge old school roller rink in the far north west suburbs of Chicago. We have held events there before, and we will be returning for what could be our last naked roller skating event ever!

If you don’t roller skate, or are afraid of skating naked, don’t worry! This place is BIG with plenty of room for everyone to maintain plenty of social distance but still be able to socialize and have fun!

If you go to Walmart, groceries stores or basically any indoor shopping space, then have no excuse for not coming to the Roller Rink with us!

To make this event super simple, we will be bringing in Pizza from one of the favorite local places and providing soda/water/plates/cups etc. This event will be BYOB.

For pizza, skating, socializing and having a great time, the cost will only be $45 per couple, $40 per couple for paid members. Single Females $25 each, $20 for paid members. Single males, $40 each, $35 for paid members. Please go to our square site to reserve space

We will do our best to provide a safe and healthy environment for everyone. We will be cleaning common surfaces and areas, re-working our pot luck rules to keep the people handling food to a minimum and encouraging everyone to maintain social distance whenever possible and wear masks when not possible. Temperature checks may be taken upon arrival. If you feel sick, have any covid symptoms or have recently been in high risk situations for Covid 19 please do not attend.

To ensure that we do not have too big of a crowd, payment in advance will be required. Refunds/credits will be issued to anyone who feels sick and notifies us within 24 hours of the end of the event or anyone who fails the temperature check upon arrival.

By attending our events, you acknowledge that there is a risk of getting Covid 19 in any social situation including an Oasis event or the roller skating rink and you agree to hold harmless the Chicago Fun Club, it’s owners and members as well as the owners of the Oasis and the roller skating rink of any liability for such transmission.
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