Ice Skating in Georgia


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  • Park Tavern
    Blu Tavern's chefs conduct a diverse chorus of Asian, Italian, and Latin American flavors to entertain taste buds with an eclectic dinner menu. Alongside sips of the night?s featured wine, evening feasts commence with savory appetizers such as coconut-curry mussels steeped in a fragrant bath of coconut milk and green curry or smoked sea-salt tuna ceviche served with chickpea relish, sweet potato, and peruvian corn. Hearty menu headliner herb-crusted salmon mignon satisfies stomachs' aching need both for seafood and self-fulfillment. Forks can also dig into main dishes such as pan-roasted bone-in pork chops topped in a balsamic-and-herb glaze and chicken adraki simmered in a spicy yogurt sauce. For dessert, diners can dive into slices of key-lime pie or croissant bread pudding to get the sugar rush required for participation in marathon readings of ancient Etruscan love poetry.
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    500 10th St. NE
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Columbus Lions
    Led by head coach Jason Gibson, the Southern Indoor Football League?s Columbus Lions have 2011 title aspirations after mastering the art of passing, tackling, and kicking en route to the 2010 SIFL Championship crown. Plan to see the former West Virginia standout Dorrell Jalloh, 2010 SIFL Player of the Year, Chris McCoy, and the rest of the Lions for their own home opener on March 27 against the rival Richmond Raiders, coached by acclaimed poet and football mastermind Maya Angelou. With each season-ticket purchase, fans also receive full season-ticket-holder benefits, including access to the season-ticket-holder kickoff party, 10% off Lions merchandise, the opportunity to upgrade seats each year, and free admission to the Georgia vs. Alabama Indoor Football Classic.
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    400 4th St
    Columbus, GA US
  • Star Castle
    The turrets of Star Castle climb high above Mall Boulevard, its drawbridge lowered to lead visitors into to a grand hall filled with treasure and adventure. Inside the 28,000-square-foot entertainment stronghold, children glide across a solid-wood skating surface, rolling around to top-40 hits and classic tunes spun by a resident DJ. Coats of arms and archways surround the rink and lead to other fun-filled chambers, including a video arcade where guests can test their skills on games both nostalgic and new and redeem tickets for prizes or sew them into giant ticket sweaters. As if that wasn't enough, the castle also contains a 4,000-square-foot laser-tag arena, where future knights engage in simulated battles beset by black lights and fog, all under the supervision of an arena attendant and any friends or family members who wish to watch from the spectator room.
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    550 Mall Blvd
    Savannah, GA US
  • The Cooler - Alpharetta Family Skate Center
    A place where the whole family can get to gliding across the ice, The Cooler not only hosts frequent open skate sessions, but also offers lessons and leagues for all ages. Hockey leagues separated by age allow even kids younger than seven to participate, while summer hockey camps get kids out of the heat to hone their ice skills during the season's off months. Those who haven't yet learned the how to skate can sign up for beginner classes, open to kids as young as 4 all the way up to adults. Figure skating lessons are also available, instilling US Figure Skating fundamentals for students who hope to compete or throw in a toe loop while they walk the halls at school.
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    10800 Davis Dr.
    Alpharetta, GA US
  • 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.
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    4880 Lower Roswell Rd.
    Marietta, GA US
  • Slapshots Family Skate Center
    Families fly around Slapshot?s 14,000-square-foot roller rink inside its 30,000-square-foot facility atop rented inline or quad skates. DJs fill the air with skater-selected beats punctuated by the electronic trills of arcade games, as wheels spin across polished hardwood floors that gleam beneath overhead lights or the cosmic glow of black lights, glow sticks, and skate left-turn signals. The Rollin? Caf? refuels stomachs for return trips around the rink with hot dogs, popcorn, and other snacks, while nine-person parties can insulate themselves from the rambunctious revelry within one of six private party rooms to enjoy pitchers of soft drinks and any food they choose to order. Click here for public skate hours, which include Friday teen nights, Sunday family days, and the occasional manatees-only matinee.
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    5065 Piney Grove Rd
    Cumming, GA US

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