Athleticism is more than leaping over a hurdle and drop-kicking a computer after it beats you in chess. Be a good sport on the ice with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for admission and skate rental for two (a $22 value)
- $20 for admission and skate rental for four (a $44 value)
- $60 for eight weeks of a kids’ ice-skating class including skate rental and registration (a $144 value)
Enrollment in eight-week SnowPlow Sam 1 courses (for ages 3–6) and Basic 1 courses (for ages 7–14) introduce children to the skating skills required for hockey, figure skating, or staying upright at a skating party. In addition to eight 30-minute lessons, students receive admission to eight designated public-skate sessions where they can hone skills learned in class. Public sessions must be used during the eight-class semester. See more class guidelines and what to expect.
IceForum at Town Center
The doors of IceForum at Town Center open 365 days a year, offering all manner of ice enthusiasts access to NHL-regulation-sized ice surfaces. Children as young as three learn to skate in lessons offered year-round, based on curriculum developed by the U.S. Figure Skating Association. Other youths can enroll in the youth-hockey program, helmed by former NHL player Yan Kaminsky, which aims to develop budding players' talent so they'll catch the eyes of scouts for college hockey. Adult hockey leagues give grown-ups the chance to compete at beginner, intermediate and competitive levels, while public-skating session let them practice leisurely glides or signing checks using only their skates. On weekends, public skaters dance to the sounds of a live DJ or waltz to the rink's muffled sobs as one more pair of sharp skate blades turns its ice into tears.
96% of 85 customers recommend
“It was awesome !”
“I would not have visit this place if not seen the Groupon. One because its so far from where I live but some friends all wanted to go. We have had the Groupon for a...”
“I would not have visit this place if not seen the Groupon. One because its so far from where I live but some friends all wanted to go. We have had the Groupon for a while but was having a hard time getting there, considering the hours they have available for the use of the Groupon especially open skate time. I think the Groupon would be better if the company had more reasonable open skate time for their customers. It was fun when I went but I wouldn't go back unless I lived close and had nothing else to do. ”
“Great activity for kids!”