Ice Skating in Elmont


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At Twin Rinks, two NHL regulation-sized skating rinks and one outdoor ice rink create the ideal environment for ice hockey, figure skating, and public skating. Ice lovers can cut up the glossy surface with their skates whether they're leaping or holding hands with their best friends. Classes also help instill proper technique and new skills into skater who want to take their moves to the next level.
200 Merrick Avenue
East Meadow,
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Sky Rink lives up to its name with walls of windows overlooking the Hudson River and tons of natural light during the day. A second rink at the huge sports complex is more enclosed, but offers extra space for every kind of ice lesson imaginable, including figure skating and ice hockey.
61 Chelsea Piers
New York,
NY
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Named by USA Today as one of the top 10 roller-skating destinations in the country, United Skates of America in Tampa provides indoor family fun with a spacious rink and various skating games. Jam skating combines dancing and gymnastic moves set to Top 40 hits, and skating limbo blends the formerly disparate joys of rollerblading and chiropractic therapy. When fatigued by the rigors of the rink, children can refuel on pizza and soda at the snack bar. Inside the arcade, they enjoy games of air hockey and Ms. Pac Man, which teaches kids the importance of a nutritious diet high in fruit and ghosts.
1276 Hicksville Rd.
Seaford,
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It really doesn't matter when you visit Lakeside at Prospect Park?there's always something to do. Stop by during the winter, and you can zip around two ice-skating rinks or even take a skating class. Then, when the weather warms up and the government adds a couple extra hours of sunlight to each day, you can trade ice skates for roller skates or ditch the ground altogether and pedal a boat around Prospect Lake. This year-round accessibility has drawn visitors to Prospect Park since 2013, when Lakeside first opened. Today, in addition to its plethora of activities, the site features the Bluestone Cafe, where hungry guests can fill up on specialty foods. There's also a full schedule of classes and entertaining events, which you can track here.
171 East Drive
Brooklyn,
NY
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Even in the dead of winter you might hear the phrase, "meet me at the pool!" McCarren pool has been keeping families cool during Brooklyn summers since way back in 1936, but for the first time in its 77-year history it will welcome visitors year-round. This holiday season, the recently rehabilitated pool deck will become the McCarren Rink, a transformation that has the press abuzz, including The New York Times. The rink will also include gourmet eats provided by Hanson Bros.?which was featured in a recent article on Grub Street? and an on-site skate shop, and is scheduled to remain open through January or longer, depending on public demand and weather predictions from local groundhogs.
8 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
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The Guild for Exceptional Children is a community based organization in Brooklyn that provides residential services and social opportunities to people who have a developmental disability. They serve people of all ages with a range of disabilities. Some of the programs they offer include early childhood education, a day habilitation program, an activity center, and a work activity program. Their goal is to maximize the potential of all of their clients. This agency knows and takes the importance of helping their clients to live a dignified life seriously while helping their families along the way.
8910 Colonial Rd
Brooklyn,
NY
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