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East West Ice Palace

Public Skating

Safeguards

The total number of skaters admitted per session will be strictly limited.

If the skater(s) in your family are young enough require supervision, then one chaperone per family will be allowed. Please do not bring other non-skating family members or other spectators to the rink.

Face masks are required for everyone.

Please do not bring food or drink. Bottled water is okay.

Public Session Schedule

Sun 7/18 Mon 7/19 Tue 7/20 Wed 7/21 Thu 7/22 Fri 7/23 Sat 7/24
No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating
Sun 7/25 Mon 7/26 Tue 7/27 Wed 7/28 Thu 7/29 Fri 7/30 Sat 7/31
No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating No Public Skating

Schedule subject to change.

For detailed day-to-day schedules, go to Daily Ice Schedule


Public Session Prices

General Admission $14.00
Child (age 10 and under) $13.00
Group of 10 or more $13.00 each
Skate Rental $3.00

Suggestions

Here are a few tips to make your ice skating experience more enjoyable:

  • Dress warmly. The rink temperature during the spring is typically in the mid 50s to low 60s. Wear a jacket, sweater, or sweatshirt. A pair of gloves will help a lot. (Spectators need to layer up particulary well, since you will not have the advantage of physical activity to keep you warm.)
  • Wear socks that come up at least a few inches above your ankles. This will make your skates a lot more comfortable. Crew socks are good choice. Do NOT double them up.
  • Make sure your skates fit properly — snug, but not cramped.
  • Lace your skates firmly. Only then can they provide the proper support.
  • Obey the rink rules for your safety.