Ice Rink Open

Skating and bumping have started at the Providence Rink downtown. Covid protocols will be in place. Everyone wears a mask. Winter activities include: ice skating, ice bumper cars, and ice skating lessons. From the Mayor’s office:

Weather permitting, the Rink will be open for ice skating daily between the hours of 10:00AM to 10:00PM beginning Wednesday, December 9. The Rink will operate at 66% of normal capacity to allow for skaters to socially distance. General admission for ice skating is $7 for adults and $4 for seniors, children under 12 and military veterans. Ice skate rentals are $7 (tax included) per person. Season passes are $90 for adults, $250 for families of four and $50 for children, seniors and military.

Go here for information on the rink’s Covid protocols. You must wear a mask. You will wear a mask. Details for ice bumper cars:

Ice bumper cars will be available Monday- Friday from 4:00PM to 8:00PM and weekends from 10:00AM through 2:00PM at a cost of $12 per person for 15 minutes. . . . Ice bumper cars as well as all skate rentals will be sanitized in between uses.

Go here for parking information. (Two hours free parking at downtown meters through January 1st.)

Rink opens, 10am to 10pm, Wednesday, December 9, Providence Rink, 2 Kennedy Plaza, (directions)

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