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Win Tickets to Skating in the Park in Huntsville!

Get ready to lace up your skates at Huntsville’s seasonal outdoor ice skating rink — our very own version of “Rocket-fella” Center. Bring your family and friends to Skating in the Park now through January 6, 2019, and experience a magical winter land right in Big Spring Park. Surprise guests will drop by the rink all month long, and they have a full schedule of special events!

Who wants to win four passes for this Huntsville holiday tradition?


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Giveaway Details

What: Four passes to Skating In the Park
When: To be used anytime now through January 6th, 2019
Where: Big Spring Park, behind the Huntsville Museum of Art (map)

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HOW TO ENTER: Leave a comment below and tell us about who you’ll take with you if you win! We’ll draw a winner on December 19th.


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Don’t Want to Risk It?

If this all sounds right up your family’s alley and you don’t want to take a gamble on winning a giveaway, you can go ahead and make plans to go!
Cost: $5-15 depending on age and if you bring your own skates | Get all hours and admission costs here.

[themify_box style=”red info”]Giveaways for the Holidays is one of our favorite Rocket City Mom holiday traditions. We’ll be giving away one or more holiday related prizes each week through December 10th. Be sure to mark your calendar and then check back with us here or on our Giveaway Page to see what all we have in store. Good Luck! [/themify_box]

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    • Congrats Dana – you are one of our random winners! Please check your email to claim your tickets.

  • My special needs son loves to do this! Every year when we walk through the Tinsel Trail, he sees the skating rink and is determined to get out on it! I’m sure my best friend’s kids would love to try it too.

  • I would take my husband, father-in-law, and son. I think my son would have a lot of fun watching Mommy fall down a lot haha.

  • My family….hubby, daughter, and son….I might let my niece take my place because last time I tried to skate(roller, never been ice skating) I ended up in the ER the next morning with a fractured right wrist…..but this momma toughed her nieces birthday party out and then went home and made slime with all 3 kids

  • I would take my family and take hundreds of pictures of their smiling faces while they skate. There is nothing more joyous than seeing them smile and hearing their laughter.

  • I’d take my family. My 6 year-old loves playing hockey and we haven’t had a chance to skate at the park yet!

    • Congrats Melissa – you’re one of our random winners! Sending you a PM. 🙂

  • I’d take my niece and nephew. Looking forward to spending time with them as I haven’t seen them since March.

  • I would take my daughter and two grandsons. Not only would we have a great time, but we would be entertainment for everyone there. 🙂

  • I would take my husband and two boys. They’ve never been ice skating so it would be a cool and new experience for them.

  • I would love to take my 6 year old daughter who has never ice scsted before, my son, husband, and myself ❤

  • I would take my kids an two of their friends. We have not had a chance to make it and this would be a great opportunity. Thanks for chance.

  • I’d like to go Ice Skating in the park with my husband and my 2 granddaughters. The girls would love this adventure..Then we could finish the night with Santa’s Village..

  • The little man in our family turns 7 on Wednesday and just learned to ice skate this year at the Iceplex (they do a beginner class sponsored by Nashville Predators & Scott Hamilton Skating Academy that really helped him to learn). This would be an awesome new outdoor experience for him!

  • As the winner it would be my husband Ken and 3 of the grand kids who would take to the ice. They enjoyed it Saturday and would be happy to go again. TY!

  • My husband and I would love to take my son and daughter! They love walking by the skating rink every year when we visit tinsel trail and they are now getting old enough to try it out!

  • My husband and I would take our two daughters. They love Ice Skating. It puts them into the holiday spirit.

  • I would take my husband and kids for a night on the Christmas town. This would make a perfect family Date Night.

  • I’d give the tickets to my brother, sister-in-law and their two daughters as a treat for when the come to visit me for Christmas. We would purchase a few extra for our family.

  • I would take my husband & 2 daughters while their Granny sits with baby brother to watch. They’ve never been!

  • Winning these passes would be such a special treat. This will be our third Christmas here in Huntsville which also starts our third year here. When we moved here December of 2016, we had literally 10 days to make Christmas happen for our girls, unpack the house, get gifts, a tree, and some feeling of normalcy from a cross country move. That Christmas we decided to go ice skating and have dinner a Waffle House. We had so much fun, we agreed that is now our “Alabama” tradition, so on Christmas day, we go skating before dinner, then go eat at Waffle House and leave an extra merry tip for our waiter.

  • Me and my husband would take my 2 kids, we never been ice skating down town so we are looking forward to experience a magical day skating in the park.

  • This is my first Christmas without my own children (divorce 😔)
    But I have been blessed to have 3 other friends that are to displaced and we are trying to do any and all things that help bring us some joy during this joyous, yet difficult time. 2 or them are Army vets that I have had the privilege of giving what I could for their young children, even though I’ve had a trying year myself providing for my own 3. I will pay for all their tickets, winning would be a blessing. But the greatest blessings is to give, no matter how big or small. And these people are some of the most amazing people I’ve ever been privileged to know. I hope that this holiday season, we remember those that have given everything for us (our veterans) and while they were the “lucky “ ones, they seem to be the forgotten. My heart beats for all those that have served and are still serving this holiday season and always. And for the families that are here standing behind their soldiers, as difficult as it may be. Thank you!

  • I would love to take my 12 year old son Ethan who loves to ice skate and never gets the chance to. He lives with his Dad in Georgia for most of the year, so this would be a special treat and special memory for him and I to make when he is visiting for Christmas break. And I’m sure he will get a good laugh from me falling until I get used to skating again lol! This would be an awesome and memorable activity for us to share.

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