You may have heard that there’s an ice rink in downtown Huntsville. Since we don’t get a lot of snow down south, I figured that Huntsvillians could use some suggestions as to how to enjoy the winter wonder/aberration that is Skating in the Park 2013.
10 Ways to Enjoy Skating in the Park 2013
Here are my top 10 ways to enjoy Skating in the Park 2013. Want more info about the attraction? Read my post here. And enter to win a season skate pass by visiting the Our Valley Events Facebook Page today at lunch!
Propose to your girlfriend. Seriously. Six people have already done it.
#2: Skate It Off
Gorge on pizza then skate it off. Get a season pass with 12 skates and 10% off Pane e Vino anytime.
Have a party. Groups of more than 10 people admitted for $8 with a $3 skate rental.
#4: Seek and Skate
Play hide and seek in the Tinsel Trail. Continue the chase on the ice.
Skate then head indoors and warm up indoors with 1/2 price admission to Huntsville Museum of Art’s Donato exhibit with skating wristband.
#6: 2 for $10
On 104.3 WZYP Night two people can skate for just $10.43. Grab a friend and head to the rink on Thursday, December 19th from 6 – 9 pm
Have a girls’ night out! On Friday, December 20th from 6-9pm join Toni Terrell from WHRP for Toni’s Girlfriends Night Out!
Go see the Huntsville Havoc crush the competition then skate in the park pretending you are Wayne Gretzky
#9: Birthday Bash
Thrill the kids with a birthday party on ice. Details here.
#10: Family Time
Cranky relatives in town for the holidays? Drop ’em at the park. Skating in the Park will be open Christmas Day AND New Year’s Day!
Want to know more about Skating in the Park?
Event Information: Skating in the Park 2013
Dates: Thursday, November 21, 2013 – January 5, 2014
- Monday – Thursday: noon to 10 p.m.
- Friday: noon to 12 a.m.
- Saturday: 10 a.m. to 12 a.m.
- Sunday: noon to 8 p.m
Location: Big Spring Park, behind the Huntsville Museum of Art
Cost: $10 per person to skate and $3 to rent skates