Ice Skating in Middle Valley


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  • Roller Time
    Wheels whirl and records spin every night at Roller Time, as the DJs unreel a slamming mix of R & B, rock, hip-hop, country, and the classic retro skating jams for cycle-shod revelers. Groupon holders can make a skate date for two with their favorite friend or ventriloquist dummy, or plan two solo days of freewheeling fun. The glimmering disco ball casts its old-school sparkle on graceful skaters and sated snackers alike, who fuel up for their next bout around the rink with the included fountain drinks as well as scrumptious snacks and temptingly wheel-shaped pizzas (not included with this Groupon).
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    707 Arcadia Cir NW
    Huntsville, AL US
  • 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.
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    3061 George Busbee Parkway Northwest
    Kennesaw, GA US
  • Ice Chalet
    From its grand opening in 1962 until its golden anniversary in 2012, Ice Chalet has welcomed visitors with two prominent features as they pass through the lobby on the way to hockey practices and figure skating lessons: the roaring fireplace, a popular gathering place for chilly skaters, and the wall mural of a snowy mountain scene. Each serves to remind skaters of the long, dignified history of the chalet-style building and inspires them to carry on the torch of the sport. Meanwhile, the 75'x175' rink continues to host public skating sessions throughout the week, when its not filled with practicing hockey players, students enrolled in the facility's skating school, or octopi vacationing from Detroit.
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    100 Lebanon St
    Knoxville, TN 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
  • 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

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