Skaters Edge entertains inner children and regular children with a 22,000-square-foot skating facility, lined with gleaming maple wood and accented by a glowing arcade. A pair of classic-style roller skates gather speed over the slick surface, propelled by retro tunes and an opulent light show. An online schedule outlines the skate house's availability for open skate hours. This Groupon includes skate rental, but patrons can bring their own skates or rollerblades provided they adhere to the Skaters Edge rink rules and the no-cooties rule.
The crisp sound of ice skates slicing across fresh ice fills Appleton Family Ice Center, a nonprofit community rink that hosts ice-based sports, skating lessons, and open-skate times. New renovations present visitors with healthier options at the concession stand and a brand-new skating surface as smooth as a silk scarf wrapped around Kenny G. When it’s not hosting birthday parties or serving as the home base for the Fox Cities Ice Dogs or Valley Figure Skating Club, the center also welcomes the public for evening events that include live music, refreshments, and periodic sweeps from a Zamboni decorated like a fire truck.
Whenever the leaves begin to yellow and a chill returns to the air, a young person's fancy turns to thoughts of snowy sports. Don't tell that to the skaters at Blue Line Family Ice Center, though; whether in the depths of winter or the heights of summer, they practice their on-ice craft at the facility's year-round rink. Hockey players and figure skaters alike find a home here, with leagues and lessons awaiting those looking to hone their craft.
We are the oldest continually running curling club in United States. Season runs from mid Oct. thru March. There are 4 sheets of ice, a large viewing area, and bar room for food and beverage service. The club has over 200 members ranging in age from 5 to 85. Members curl as much or as little as they like.