The RVA on Ice outdoor skating rink opens this Wednesday with ceremony and festivities starting at 6pm featuring Rayvon Owen, Richmond Boys Choir, and members of Cirque du Soleil’s TORUK. The first 100 people in attendance will get a RVA On Ice blue and white Santa hat.
The graphic promotes “Free Admission” which I interpret to mean free skating rink admission, but it’s not crystal clear. (Updated: skating is free; skate rentals will be regular price of $5) Regular admission is $5 and skate rental is $5.
Skate under the skyline on our 60′ x 150′ frozen ice rink this season on Broad Street. Bring your own skates or rent them at the rink. RVA On Ice is open to the public daily from November 25 – January 3, including Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day! Spectators can watch all the action from the climate-controlled warming tent adjacent to the ice rink. Tickets for RVA On Ice can be purchased in person only at the Carpenter Theatre Box Office. Cash and all major credit cards are accepted.
Other promotions this 2015 RVA on Ice season:
Mondays are for Giving
Every Monday, receive one complimentary admission by bringing an item to donate to a local non-profit. Consider nonperishable food items/canned goods for FeedMore, gently used coats for Coats for Kids or household necessities for the Ronald McDonald House. We’ll feature a specific non-profit each week, but any of these items are always welcome.
TTT: Toys for Tots Tuesday
Every Tuesday, receive one complimentary admission by bringing a Toy to benefit Toys for Tots through December 15th. All toys must be new and unwrapped in order to be accepted.