Ice Skating in Woodbury


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  • Skylands Ice World
    As they sweep the ice, most gas-powered zambonis also give off harmful carbon monoxide, which lingers in the rink for hours afterwards. But Skylands Ice World?s resurfacers are different?they?re fueled by propane, which means that, with the help of special converters and frequent tune-ups, they emit much lower levels of carbon monoxide. And to make them even more eco- and skater-friendly, the zambonis warm up in a separate, ventilated room before hitting the ice, which also helps carbon-dioxide levels in the rink stay well below EPA-approved standards. It might seem odd to put so much thought into the environmental and health effects of ice upkeep, especially since the state of New Jersey doesn?t technically regulate the air quality of skating rinks, but Skylands Ice World and its staff considers it worthwhile. Because in the end, a devotion to Mother Earth and its inhabitants is just as important as a devotion to sport and spectacle, which is also why the facility has recently installed an energy-saving, low-emissivity ceiling as well as high-efficiency light fixtures. Knowing that the air and their consciences are cleaner than a personal trainer?s bill of health, visiting skaters can go for a care-free spin around the ice during daily public-skating sessions. Visitors can also groove to toe-pick-tapping music, which blasts out of a newly installed sound system during the popular Friday night Ice Jam event. And when they need a break from the figure eights and figure zeros, skaters can hop over to the onsite eatery, which dispenses Tim Hortons coffee and baked goods.
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    2765 State Rt 23
    Stockholm, NJ US
  • Westchester Skating Academy
    The coaches at Westchester Skating Academy have trained internationally competitive and Olympic-level skaters. But even if skaters are just starting out, these coaches still devote significant attention to teaching them how to glide across the ice with confidence?whether it's for fun or competition. In this NHL twin rink facility, hockey players also hone their skills with lessons as well as competitive leagues. While waiting for open skate to start, skaters munch on snacks at Center Ice Grill, which saves them the trouble of collecting shavings from the rink to make snow cones.
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    91 Fairview Park Dr
    Elmsford, NY US
  • LeAnn Rimes
    From arena-filling acts such as Louis C.K. at Mair Hall to thrilling skating shows such as Louis C.K. On Ice at McCann Ice Arena, Mid-Hudson Civic Center fills the calendar with fun-filled events for the whole family. Besides hosting music, theater, and comedy superstars, the cultural center can be converted into an exhibition hall for conventions and expos. And the ice arena isn't just for entertainment acts?most of the time, it's open to the public for free skating and hockey lessons.
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    14 Civic Center Plaza
    Poughkeepsie, NY US
  • Ice House
    A quartet of regulation-size NHL ice rinks live inside Ice House. There, attentive zambonies smooth things over for hockey players, figure skaters, and recreational skaters. Youngsters, high schoolers, and adults can each sign up for amateur hockey leagues, and anyone can learn to turn, stop, and avoid flying flower bouquets in U.S. Figure Skating Association-sanctioned programs. If they stick with it, students may be able to follow in the blade-steps of Olympic gold medalists Tara Lipinski, Oksana Baiul, and Sarah Hughes?each of whom used the Ice House as their primary training facility.
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    111 Midtown Bridge Approach
    Hackensack, NJ US
  • Danbury Ice Arena
    Throughout the year, the rink at Danbury Arena stirs with such events as lessons, hockey leagues, and weekly public skating sessions. Instructors also lead lessons starting with children as young as age 3 1/2, including an adult program that caters to varying skill sets with five different levels of challenges, from two-foot glides and stops to forward crossovers. Every Friday night, the arena transforms into a disco party, complete with live DJ music and special lighting, and an oversized rhinestone jacket for the Zamboni.
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    1 Independence Way
    Danbury, CT US
  • Home Ice Advantage Skating Center
    Kids old enough to walk are old enough to skate, or so say the folks behind Home Ice Advantage Skating Center. It's probably no surprise that the arena was founded by two hockey parents who themselves played the sport into adulthood. Programs here are designed for all ages and teach kids the basics or advanced skills of skating or how to take their hockey skills to the next level. Open skate times invite people of all ages and abilities to push off around the icy indoor oval with friends or talented invisible friends named Wayne Gretsky.
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    200 Marbledale Road
    Tuckahoe, NY US

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