Ice Skating in Security-Widefield


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  • Colorado Springs Sports Corporation
    Through their event promotion and community outreach, the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation dedicates their time to recognizing local athletes and coaches, as well as improving lives of the region's citizens. Serving as a liaison between civic leaders and sporting organizations, the 501(c)3 non-profit organization has helped stage events that include State Games of America, U.S. Women's Open, USA Pro Challenge, and the Rocky Mountain State Games. Admitting Colorado residents of all ages and athletic abilities, the Rocky Mountain State Games is a multi-sport festival recognized by the NCAA. Organized and managed by the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation, approximately 9,000 athletes complete across 40 venues that include Memorial Park, Colorado College and others in the Pikes Peak Region. The State Games concept was developed in New York with the 1978 Empire State Games. Today, more than 400,000 athletes each year compete in State Games nationwide, including those with physical disabilities and visual impairment. State Games feature various sports from Pan American Games programs, as well as ones with regional popularity.
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    Tejon St and Colorado Ave
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • CETSports Inline Hockey Arena
    Skate City's rinks are havens for roller-skaters tired of rough asphalt and bumpy sidewalks. Within each, a smooth white plane stretches out in front of every pair of wheels, beckoning and tempting maximum speeds. And during open-skate sessions, these rinks become mini metropolises, stirring with skaters of all ages rolling to upbeat music. Each Skate City has its own lineup of special offerings, too: at some, Sunday nights mean free slices of pizza, whereas at others, Friday nights are reserved for teenagers tired of just sitting around, getting taller. When they aren't buzzing with public skating sessions, skating instruction, and hockey games, Skate City locations also transform into the ideal spots for birthday parties.
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    3325 Meadow Ridge Drive
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • Colorado Springs Sports Center
    Recreational and competitive endeavors all have a place at Colorado Sports Center. With two available ice rinks, the center hosts everything from public-skate times to leagues for athletes of all interests and skill levels. While hockey games and figure skater training prominently appear on the schedule, Colorado Sports Center also hosts broomball teams, curling groups, and fitness classes dedicated to strength and agility training. Winter sports and casual skating times remain available all year long.
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    2450 Canada Drive
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • Honnen Ice Arena
    After every hockey game, public skating session, and figure skating lesson, a Zamboni glides across the ice at Honnen Ice Arena, smoothing out the cuts, slices, and rough patches into a smooth, slick canvas. Once the ice is prepped, skaters head back into the rink, gliding effortlessly across the surface, slapping a puck into a goal, or performing a triple lutz as they go.
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    30 West Cache La Poudre Street
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • Sertich Ice Center
    Voted “Best Ice Rink” by the Colorado Springs Gazette in 2009, and sweeping the category ever since, The Sertich Ice Center houses an NHL-sized ice rink and seating for up to 2,000 inside a 35,000 square foot facility. The Center regularly hosts open skating for the public, as well as birthday party packages, lessons, figure skating, and youth and adult hockey.
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    1705 E Pikes Peak Ave
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • The Ice Ranch
    With two NHL-size rinks, seating for 350, an on-site Italian restaurant, The Ice Ranch hosts myriad activities involving ice-skating and entertainment. The staff is experienced in teaching patrons how to excel in all manner of ice-centric sports, from hockey to curling to broomball. Besides competitive programs, the Ice Ranch hosts skate lessons, public-skating sessions, and Zam Camp, where attendees get to sit in the driver's seat of the Zamboni and test their theory to determine whether the machine is actually a transformer or not.
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    841 Southpark Drive
    Littleton, CO US

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