The Rink on Farnam at Midtown Crossing is upping the fun and togetherness factor with plans for a very special Valentine’s Family Skate Date – an evening of skating and memory-making complete with food, music and limousine rides.
The Valentine’s Family Skate Date will be held Saturday, February 10, from 4:00-8:00 p.m. The cost is $5 per skater or $10 for the entire family (regardless of size) and includes skate rental.
Located at 3409 Farnam St., The Rink on Farnam is a 60’ x 80’ all-weather “synthetic ice” rink.
Proceeds benefit the important work of The Salvation Army, which will have its mobile canteen on site. Skaters are encouraged to bring a winter outerwear donation (hats, gloves, scarves, etc.) to support the non-profit’s Winter Night Watch Program. Everyone donating will receive free admission for a future skate.
The family-focused Skate Date will include:
The Rink on Farnam will remain open through February 25. For more information, please visit http://www.rinkonfarnam.org/
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