Numerica Skate Ribbon plans to open for ice skating on November 23

Numerica Skate Ribbon plans to open for ice skating on November 23

Parks and recreation: 311 or 509.755.2489

Wednesday November 17, 2021 at 4:50 p.m.

SPOKANE – The Numerica Skate Ribbon is set to open to the public on Tuesday, November 23, welcoming skaters for another great winter in the park.

“It’s now an iconic Spokane experience to skate downtown among the lights of Riverfront,” said Jon Moog, director of Riverfront Park. “Our team is focused on delivering another amazing ice skating season to include weekly specials, theme nights and entertainment throughout the park.”

“We are delighted to invite you to join us at Numerica Skate Ribbon,” said Carla Cicero, President and CEO of Numerica Credit Union. “We are building our community by providing a place where families and friends can come together and create special memories. Riverfront Park is a magical place this winter season.

Numerica Skate Ribbon Ice Skating Season 2021/2022

Masks will be compulsory, reservations will not be.

Opening day: Tuesday 23 November from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Preview night for holders of an unlimited ice season pass: Monday, November 22, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

  • Unlimited passes can be purchased on site at 10% discount
  • Event includes free skate rental, hot chocolate and cookies

Highlights of the program

More details will be shared on www.RiverfrontSpokane.org.

  • DJ night on the ice: Strap on your “skate” with DJ A1 for themed nights, music, lights, contests and more. Every Friday in December and January, from 6 p.m.
  • Cheap skate Tuesdays: Take advantage of the free skate rental with each paid entry (value of $ 5.95).
  • Ice skating lessons: Learn to ice skate with lessons from the Spokane Figure Skating Club. Coming in January and February.
  • Skate for a cause: Support your favorite nonprofit with our new Skate for a Cause events. 30% of sales from the event will be donated to the cause.
  • Improved lighting features: Take advantage of our new lighting upgrades, including a sound-activated LED tunnel light on ice.

Regular hours

Sunday – Thursday, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Friday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas days

Entrance (1 hour)
Adult (13 years old and over): $ 7.95 / hour
Youth (3-12 years old): $ 5.95 / hour
2 years and under: free

Tickets and passes can be purchased online or at the Numerica Skate Ribbon.

Skate rental

$ 5.95 / per visit (visitors can bring their own skates at no cost)

Unlimited Ice Season Pass
Adult (13 years old and over): $ 35.95
Youth (3-12 years old): $ 30.95
Skate rental supplement: $ 17.95 – only available with the purchase of the Unlimited Ice Pass

10% discount on unlimited passes until November 22

COVID-19 security measures

  • If you are sick, please stay home.
  • Masks are mandatory at all times on the premises, including during ice skating, on the outdoor terrace, inside the building and in the observation area.
  • Ice skaters or family groups must maintain a social distance of 6 feet from other skaters. Family groups of 5 or less can skate within 6 feet.

About Spokane Town Parks and Recreation

City of Spokane Parks and Recreation manages nearly 120 properties on 4,000 acres of parkland, including well-maintained parks, natural lands, aquatic centers, golf courses, sports complexes and an arboretum. We also offer hundreds of recreational opportunities for all ages and abilities to improve the health and quality of life in our community. Take advantage of all that your city has to offer by visiting spokaneparks.org. Follow us @SpokaneParks on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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