When a fire destroyed the skating rink owned by Evelyn Pattison's father, she and her husband tenaciously forged ahead and opened a new facility, Pattison's North Family Skating Center. This happened more than 60 years ago, and since then the Skating Center has become a reliable destination for families in search of a little fun and a lot of really shiny floors.
The center has acquired a venerable inventory of brand-name skates and inline speed skates, and staffers at the pro shop outfit patrons before teaching roller or inline basics at group and private lessons. Throughout the week, guests can also skate at after-school sessions, private parties, or Sunday retro nights, where they must weave their way through the rink's Civil War reenactments.
Brush the dust off those old skates sitting in the closet and give them an good whirl at Skate Plaza in Coeur D Alene.
Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this club's restaurant for high-class food.
Bring the whole family to this club, where kiddos are welcomed with open arms.
For convenience, customers can park in a neighboring lot.
A community fixture since 1974, Eagles Ice-A-Rena’s two skating rinks host blade-mounted competition and recreation for skaters of all stripes. The subzero surfaces train novices with a bevy of beginners’ classes geared towards both general skating skills and hockey-specific abilities, preparing pupils for games in the rinks’ youth, high school, and adult hockey leagues and Lilac City Figure Skating Club competitions. Guests can cruise around the rink during public skate sessions, or reserve one of the zamboni-smoothed surfaces for a private hockey, broomball, or free skate session. The rink graciously rents out skates for $1.50 a pair, but guests must provide their own optional protective gear, such as helmets or Kevlar unitards.