Ice Skating in East Bridgewater


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  • Randolph Recreation
    It's a community hotspot highlighted by a particularly cool spot: a renovated, indoor lap pool. This temperature-controlled oasis is the crown jewel of Randolph Recreation, whose facilities emphasize its surname. Visitors can swim, take a fencing lesson, or play a friendly game of basketball without sneaking onto their neighbor's driveway in the middle of the night. On top of these before- and after-school activities, the center fosters liveliness during the summer via day camp and day trips, which include excursions to Lobster Fest and Martha's Vineyard.
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    6 Carlino Way
    Randolph, MA US
  • Patriot Place
    Neighbors with Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Patriot Place presents a diverse experience of shopping, dining, and entertainment. Shoppers can gear up for the outdoors at New England's first Bass Pro Shops location or refresh their wardrobes at various boutique retailers. Afterward, they can head out to explore the wildlife populating the Nature Trail and Cranberry Bog. The 1.3 million-square-foot facility keeps guests fueled throughout visits with a roster of nearly 20 different restaurants, serving everything from burgers and fries to gourmet pizzas. When the weather turns cold, Patriot Place offers seasonal activities such as ice skating, and the 14-screen Cinema De Lux provides a cozy escape from the elements.
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    2 Patriot Pl.
    Foxborough, MA US
  • Chez Vous Roller Skating
    A landmark in the Dorchester and Mattapan neighborhoods for more than 80 years, Chez Vous Roller Skating celebrates one of America's favorite pastimes by ushering guests onto a gleaming floor for some spins around the rink. Visitors without their own roller skates can rent a pair before heading out to glide and get down to tunes from the '70s?the golden age of roller rinks?and beyond. General skating is the main attraction for everyone from youth trying out trick moves to adults seeking a nostalgic activity, but Chez Vous also hosts birthday parties and special events featuring live DJs.
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    11 Rhoades St
    Dorchester Center, MA US
  • Boston Common Frog Pond
    At the heart of Boston Common, one of the oldest and most treasured public parks in the US, sits the Boston Common Frog Pond. Although it?s named for the melodious creatures that once dotted the site, today, the pond?s placid surface is the natural habitat of visitors from around the world. The pond changes with the seasons; during the winter, park officials replace the water with ice for skating school and public sessions. During the spring and the fall, visitors cast pensive looks into the reflecting pond; in the summertime, those looks are trumped by the squeals of laughter from children cavorting around the spray pool and carousel. No matter the season, the Frog Pond Caf? stays open, serving hot cocoa and soups to warm up winter guests, as well as year-round snacks including burgers, hot dogs, iced tea, and juice.
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    38 Beacon St
    Boston, MA US
  • Kendall Square Community Ice Skating Rink
    The Zamboni finishes its final methodical sweep across the Kendall Square Ice Skating Rink, leaving behind only a smooth, glassy surface. The illuminated floors of the surrounding office buildings and the twinkling holiday lights of the nearby trees reflect vividly off the ice for a precious moment before the calm is broken by scores of skaters spilling out into the rink—sliding, dashing, and casually loping through the cold evening air. This is the scene at the 2.5-acre Kendall Square each day from mid-December through mid-March, provided the weather cooperates. Skaters can rent hockey and figure skates or bring their own blades for spins around the rink. They can pause between laps to warm themselves with a hot chocolate from the snack bar or a bear hug with an unsuspecting stranger.
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    300 Athenaeum St.
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Babson Skating Center
    Home of the Babson College Beavers, and thus naturally formed by a dam made from half-chewed hockey sticks, the frozen expanse of Babson Skating Center provides plenty of space for skaters to etch figure eights in its smooth, glistening surface. Professional instructors impart skills in hockey and figure-skating lessons for all experience levels and ages, and public skating or pickup hockey matches allow students to test their newfound skills. Off the ice, the onsite skate shop's staff sharpens skates and keeps mouth guards, laces, and tape on hand in case hockey coaches need to fix up their injured starting mannequin.
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    150 Great Plain Avenue
    Wellesley, MA US

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