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Winter Holiday Ice Skating

posted Dec 4, 2009, 11:09 AM by Pack 7072 Queen Anne Cub Scouts

Who: All Queen Anne Cub Scouts and their family and friends

When:

Tuesday, December 29th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (stay longer if you like – admission is good until 5:15 p.m.)

Cost:

Admission is $2.50 per person (you will need to mention you are part of Queen Anne Cub Scouts to get this rate). There is an additional $3.00 fee per person to rent skates.

What to bring (ideas

): Wear your ORANGE Pack t-shirts, warm coat, hat and gloves – helmet (optional). Bring your Cub Scout handbook for sign-off on any winter- or skating-related achievements. Something to drink and a simple snack to share. Sorry, no hockey sticks or pucks as this are a public skate. Leaders will be prepared with opportunities to earn the Ice Skating Belt Loop and time towards the Pin!

Adult Volunteers:

Our adult volunteer for this event is John Burreson (Webelos –Eagles Dad c: 206.271.9095) who will be there early to secure a place for us to sit.

Please note:

This is public skate time so the community at large will also be there. Once you’ve paid your admission and have obtained your skates, please look for the other Scouts who will gather in one location.

Directions:

Highland Ice Arena

18005 Aurora Avenue North, Shoreline, WA (206) 546-2431

From the south (via Aurora Ave N / SR-99)

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Travel north on SR-99 / Aurora Ave N (approximately 7 miles)

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Arrive at 18005 Aurora Ave N (left side of street)

From the south (via I-5 N)

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At exit 176, take ramp right for NE 175th St toward Shoreline

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Turn left onto N 175th St

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Turn right onto SR-99 / Aurora Ave N

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Arrive at 18005 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133

Parking

is available at no cost

Here is a link to the Ice Arena’s website if you need more specifics: http://www.highlandice.com/default.htm

 

 

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