ATHENS, Ga. – Athens on Ice, presented by Akins Ford, is extending to February 15 due to popular demand! That means there's still time to make it out to Athens' favorite outdoor activity in the 440 Foundry Pavilion at The Classic Center. We are thrilled by the community support we have received this year more than ever, and we are so excited to be able to offer this fun, safe activity for a little bit longer. With mobile tickets, limited capacities, and extra sanitation measures, you can relax and enjoy. Space for each session is limited, so buy your tickets ahead of time to save your spot on the rink.

 There are a few key differences to look out for this year:

  1. Masks required at all times.
  2. Signed health affidavits required for entry.
  3. Mobile tickets only - limited capacities, purchase in advance.
  4. Box Office closed; mobile ticket confirmation scanned at 440 Foundry Pavilion entry.
  5. All outdoor access; the facility is closed to through traffic.
  6. Guests encouraged to enter parking deck from Foundry Street entrance. Proceed to level 2 for easy stroll down Foundry Street.

 Grab your tickets now at ClassicCenter.com/AthensOnIce to get ready for the season. The rink is open now – February 15. Skate sessions are 75 minutes of fun at only $15 per ticket. Groups of ten or more are eligible for $12 tickets.

 Interested in volunteering for the rink and being a part of the fun? Nonprofit organizations can sign up for dates to volunteer through The Classic Center Cultural Foundation. Not only can your organization’s members have a blast, but they can earn money for their philanthropies at the same time. Email Foundation@ClassicCenter.com for more information on how to be involved.

 Dates and times are subject to change.

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