If woolly mammoths had mastered the triple Lutz, they would’ve made it out of the Ice Age and into the Bronze Age, if not the Silver or Gold Age. Ensure your long-term survival with today’s Groupon to Marietta Ice Center. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get two open-skate passes with ice-skate rentals (a $24 value).
- For $19, you get four open-skate passes with ice-skate rentals (a $48 value).
- For $65, you get a Silver Party Package for eight skaters (a $155 value). The party package includes:
- Skate rentals for each guest
- Paper plates and cups
- Popcorn for all guests
- Soda for all guests
- One slice of pizza per guest<p>
Graceful gliders scuttle across the well-maintained icy surface inside Marietta Ice Center’s vast, frosty palace for public-skating sessions or frictionless parties. Skating duos grip mitten-enshrouded hands before careening across the zambonied field as ice-bound barbershop quartets eschew doo-wop harmonies for reenactments of the most heartwarming Stanley Cup celebrations. With an accommodating schedule, Marietta Ice Center welcomes skaters of all experience levels to descend on the rink every day of the week or to bob and weave between laser beams during cosmic skating on Friday and Saturday nights.
For birthday parties, office celebrations, or family gatherings, patrons can host groups of eight at the rink with a Silver Party Package. Each guest slips stockinged feet into rented skates and takes to the ice for a bout of synchronized gliding, working on spins and post-triple-lutz victory dances. Patrons can tote their own birthday cake and feast on provided popcorn, a slice of pizza, and soda to refuel in the private party room, in which an on-staff host takes care of the after-party cleanup.
The Marietta Ice Center
The sound of skate blades scraping to a stop constantly fills the air at The Marietta Ice Center, known as the MIC. Aspiring skaters gain confidence on the ice during learn-to-skate classes that teach basic skills, such as how to glide and how to stop without going into a belly flop. Hockey hopefuls learn similar basics during learn-to-play sessions that prepare them for joining one of the rinks leagues or pickup games during sticktime. Patrons regain their ice legs during public-skate sessions, with rental skates available for those who need them.