Ice Rink In Triangle Park In Lexington To Open Friday

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/31/2012 6:57 pm

On Friday, November 2, 2012, Triangle Park in Downtown Lexington will again become the site of the Unified Trust Company Ice Rink, managed by the Lexington Ice Center.

 

An admission and skate rental fee of $10 will allow guests to enjoy 90-minutes on the ice. Scheduled hours of operation are Monday-Friday 4-9pm, Saturday 10am-10pm & Sunday 1-10pm.

When Fayette County Schools are not in session the ice rink will be open Monday -Friday 10am -10pm.

The ice rink will be open November 2, 2012 through mid-January 2013. 

 

Thanks to the following businesses for sponsoring ice rink panels:    Traditional Bank, Hilliard Lyons, Bluegrass Sotheby's International Realty, Downtown Lexington Corporation, Sturgill Turner Barker & Moloney, TrusT, Lexington Legends, Lynn Imaging's Monster Color, Lexington Clinic, United Artists & Authors Agency, Andover Management Group, Courtesy Acura, Dudley's on Short, Kentucky Utilities Company, Central Bank, The Shops at Lexington Center, Cheapside Bar & Grill, Fortune Collision Centre, R.W. Thompson Landscaping, Subway, Rick Queen-Turf Town Properties, The Webb Companies, WLEX-18, Churchill McGee, Habitat for Humanity, Gesela Brown-Fifth Third Mortgage, Lexington Convention & Visitors Bureau, Merrill Lynch

 

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