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October 12, 2005

Ice Skating

ice_rock.jpgThe ice skating rink in Rockefeller Center went up last week, a sure sign that winter is on it's way; we hope all this rain doesn't create a zamboni hazard.

In other ice rink related news, the NYC Parks Department has announced that Bryant Park will get its own 110 foot seasonal skating rink. It will take two weeks to put in place and cost $4 million, it will measure 17,000 square feet - about half the size of Wollman and about twice the size of the Rockefeller Center rink. The rink is scheduled to open on October 28thbryant_rink.jpg will be called The Pond at Bryant Park. Skating will be free or 7.50 for rentals and will be able to accommodate 500 skaters at a time. Ice skating is a really fun winter activity and we couldn't be happier that there will be more ice in NYC. Check out other places to skate in the city.

Posted by Jeremy at October 12, 2005 02:09 PM


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