Ice skating opportunities abound, and with indoor and outdoor rinks, there's something for every person—and all weather.
What’s that you say? The temperatures are dropping and you’re already peering outside your window, looking for the first signs of spring? Not so fast. True, winter means snow storms, bone-chilling winds, shoveling, icy roads, hazardous driving and a lot of other things we’d all rather forget. But winter also brings opportunities for a wide array of great outdoor activities, including a traditional favorite—ice skating. As you begin to think about enjoying some great outdoor fun this winter, Patch offers up the following directory of ponds and rinks to get you in the mood! Slice of Ice in Red Arrow Park, Milwaukee It's time to show the world: are you graceful and strong, like Oksana Baiul, or clumsy and knock-kneed, like an ox standing…
A breakdown in the ice-making machinery has caused the cancellation of three days of post-Thanksgiving public skating at the Muellner Building rink.
Public skating dates for November at the Hart Park skating and curling rink in the Muellner Building have been cancelled because – well, there is no ice, according to the city Parks and Foresty Division. Mary Clare Schuller of the division's staff said that a breakdown in the ice-making machinery has rendered the rink unusable for the time being. Public skating was planned for Friday through Sunday this weekend. However, the fix should be in and the ice ready for all scheduled dates for public skating in December, beginning on the 16th, Schuller said. Schuller could not say what the exact nature of the malfunction was. Here is the revised schedule for public skating at Hart Park: Skates are not available for rent.