KTLA Annual Skate Party At Pershing Square

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KTLA hosts an annual skate party at Pershing Square in Downtown LA on Friday, Nov. 15. Join us Friday from 7 to 10 a.m. for free ice skating.

KTLA Annual Free Ice Skating Party
With Downtown On Ice
Presented by LA Department of Recreation and Park
Friday, Nov. 15
Pershing Square, 532 South Olive St., Los Angeles 90012

Special Appearances by Toyota Sports Center LA Junior Kings “Mite” and “Squirts”  Snoopy, Paramount Iceland,  Direct from Knott’s Merry Farm, Snoopy and his friends, Minions from Despicable Me2,  The Lion King star Brown Lindiwe Mkhize who plays the role of Rafiki; Skaters from the Los Angeles Ice Theater, Team USA, an international synchronized skating team

Holiday Bow Fashions by Otis College of Art & Design  and the LA Zoo Animal Lights Display.

Celebrating its 16th season spectacular at picturesque Pershing Square, 532 South Olive, the facility boasts a medley of FREE events including a winter concert series, the Winter Holiday Festival (Dec. 14th), championship skating exhibitions, broomball games, and more. the community rink is open everyday November 14, 2013 through January 20, 2014.

Downtown on Ice at Pershing Square is easily accessible by car, bus or Metro (Pershing Square stop). A partnership with Metro and Metrolink allows riders to receive a $1 skating session discount by showing their Metro/Metrolink transit receipt/pass. Montebello Bus lines also feature a $1 discount coupon available on buses. Underground discount parking is available with validation.  Sponsors of the holiday rink include: The City of Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, Disney’s THE LION KING, Despicable Me2 (Universal Studios Home Entertainment), 100.3FM the Sound, L.A. Downtown News, LA Weekly, and Univision34 and UniMás46.

For more information go to the Pershing Square Ice Rink website.

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