Archive for the category "ice skating"

Robson Square Ice Rink Open for 2013-2014 Season

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The Robson Square ice rink is opening for free skating this season on Friday, November 15, 2013 through to February, 2014. Photo credit: BC Gov Photos – Submitted to the Miss604 Flickr Pool Robson Square Ice Rink Hours Sunday to Thursday: 9:00am to 9:00pm Friday and Saturday: 9:00am to 11:00pm Christmas Eve (December 24, 2013): […]

Holiday Ice Skating in Vancouver

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We’re bundling up with our coats and scarves as the local mountains continue to get sprinkled with fresh powder – winter is most definitely here this week! A popular family activity is to lace up the skates and enjoy an afternoon at the local ice rink (perhaps followed up with a cup or two of […]

Archives Photos of the Day: Ice Skating

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Scarves and mittens are out as temperatures drop and winter approaches. With the cooler weather and frosted north shore views, I thought old time images of ice skating around Vancouver would be appropriate for this week’s roundup of photos from the Vancouver Public Library and Vancouver City Archives: 1890s – Men Skating at Trout Lake. […]

Robson Square Ice Rink to Open for 2012-2013 Hours, Rates

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Vancouver is a fun city in the summer with free, public activities like outdoor movies and dancing in the park — and that doesn’t stop when the weather cools off. The Robson Square ice rink will be filled up and surfaced to host free ice skating once again this winter. Photo credit: BC Gov Photos […]

Skate with the Canucks

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SunLife Financial is providing the opportunity for fans young and old to skate with Vancouver Canucks (current and alumni) at Rogers Arena on January 14, 2012 — but you have to win your way in. I’ve had the chance to skate at Rogers Arena, and even walk around a bit on the ice to film […]

Outdoor Skating in Vancouver

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Frosty temperatures are flirting with the mild Vancouver climate this week as the area experiences another quick taste of winter. While puddles and ponds may freeze, the City is reminding everyone that icy surfaces will not be strong enough to support body-weight for skating. Such was not always the case in these parts as deep […]