Temperatures are taking the plunge, and it feels more like February than November. The frosty conditions could be a reason to stay at home this weekend. Or, they could be a reason to celebrate the fact that Inner Harbor finally has ice skating again.
The rink, located at McKeldin Square (101 E. Pratt St.), will open to the public for the first time on Fri., Nov. 21. For the first day, the rink will be open at 10 a.m. Plus, there will be appearances by an ice dance troupe and a certain jolly fellow.
Skate rentals will be available for $3 in addition to the price admission. The rink also has concessions, and food trucks will be onhand from Thurs.-Sun. each week.
Run by the Waterfront Partnership, the ice rink’s opening will mark the return of downtown ice skating for the first time since in roughly 10 years. Previously, ice skating was offered at Rash Field and Harbor Point.
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