Go Ice Skating
You don’t have to be Michelle Kwan to enjoy a little time on the ice. No triple-loops are necessary. If you love skating, haven’t done it since you were a kid, or never learned—now’s the time to get out on the ice. And don’t forget the hot chocolate when you’re done.
How to Make it Happen
Do an online search or call your local Chamber of Commerce for locations of public ice rinks in your community. They can provide information including admission prices and hours. Check to make sure they rent ice skates if you need them. Most facilities will.
Some ponds and lakes at municipal parks allow ice-skating if ice conditions are right. Call your city parks department to find out about availability.
- Join a hockey or broomball league.
- If you’re new to skating, sign up for lessons.