Ice On The Landing Activities For Jan. 8-15

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Ice on the Landing, presented by Volkswagen Chattanooga, announces the following activities this week: 

Tuesday is college student night, with a $2 discount offered to any student with a college ID from 5-9 p.m. 

Wednesday will feature the Chattanooga Zoo as its charity for this week’s Charity Night. Ice on the landing will share 20 percent of ticket sales made between 5-9 p.m. with this local not-for-profit.  

Thursday is Family Night, a popular promotion offering one free child’s ticket for each paid adult ticket from 5-9 p.m. 

Saturday come skate with a penguin from 2-4 p.m. featuring the costumed penguin from the Tennessee Aquarium.  

Ice on the Landing will open earlier at 11 a.m. on Monday, due to school being out to celebrate the Martin Luther King Day Holiday.  

General ticket pricing for Ice on the Landing is $10 for an adult ticket, and $8 for skaters aged 12 and under. This includes skate rentals and a two-hour skate session. Rink-side vending includes hot chocolate, Nutella crepes from Adelle’s Creperie, as well as barbeque sliders, bratwurst, redneck burritos, grilled cheese, tomato soup, and cobbler from Puckett’s Restaurant.  Soft drinks, coffee, beer and wine and snacks will also be sold from the Choo Choo Caboose. 

Ice on the Landing will be open every day through Jan. 22, when it closes for the season. 

More information about the rink can be found at www.iceonthelanding.com



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