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Don’t Hate, Skate

November 15, 2011

Appreciate the drop in temperatures with activities meant for those cold winter days and nights.

“All right stop, collaborate, and listen, Ice is back ” in Santa Monica. The annual winter ice skating rink has opened with the kids and adults working up a sweat. Officially it’s called ICE. Ice Ice Baby, and it’s NOT too cold.

ICE

5th and Arizona
Santa Monica, CA

http://www.iceatsantamonica.com/

Take in some holiday twinkling lights, strap on those skates and take a twirl around the rink. If you are of the rare breed that has never skated before, this is a perfect space to learn. Cute handholding dates happen here too. Add on a nice dinner or drinks at a local restaurant and you have all the adorableness one date can hold. It is open until Midnight on Saturdays so plan accordingly.

To stretch your legs a bit you can take on some serious skating just pass the 405. Roll in your 5.0.

Culver City Ice Arena

4545 Sepulveda Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90230

http://www.culvercityicerink.com/

Here you can use your toe pick and do a lutz or axel. The holiday charm isn’t as warm as the Santa Monica rink, but you can really bundle up in here and get some moves down “Anything less than the best is a felony”. Adult moonlight skating is on Saturday nights from 11pm-2am for grown up fun. $10 admission and free skate rentals make this a great date in this economy.

Word to your mother

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Meghan Pickrell permalink
    November 15, 2011 6:21 am

    I’m totally inspired to jump into some winter fun. 🙂

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