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Skating at the Station

Bundle up and grab the mittens to experience Skate at the Station in the heart of historic downtown at the Flagstaff Visitor Center. Free for all to enjoy, Skate at the Station opens at noon on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the annual Snowflake Festival with Santa, games and holiday cheer.

Delight in soaking up the holiday spirit as people swirl around a synthetic rink in Arizona’s winter wonderland and create new favorite holiday memories. After skating with your family and friends, warm up with a hot beverage served by one of our local baristas, then complete your holiday shopping and enjoy a night out on the town at one of the many one-of-a-kind Flagstaff restaurants.

Access to the skating rink and skates are free and you are welcome to bring your own skates, too. The skate rink is operated from Dec. 14, through Jan. 5, by Shadows Foundation – a Flagstaff non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping those affected by life-
threatening diseases.

Plan to experience a special holiday tradition with Skate at the Station in downtown Flagstaff and visit discoverflagstaff.com for a complete listing of winter activities and events.

 

Skate at the Station

Cost: Free

Where: Flagstaff Visitor Center, 1 East Route 66

When: Open 12-6 p.m.

Dates: Dec. 14, 2019 – Jan. 5, 2020.

Open Christmas Eve 12-2 p.m.

Open New Year’s Eve 12-4 p.m.

Closed Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Let it Snow! Winter Recreation Map & Hotline

Designated as Arizona’s winter wonderland, Flagstaff accumulates an average of 100 inches of snow annually for winter enthusiasts to partake in a multitude of winter activities. Know where to go for winter fun with a free winter recreation snowplay map available at the Flagstaff Visitor Center (One East Route 66) or downloaded at discoverflagstaff.com. Enjoy winter responsibly by calling the winter information hotline at 1-844-256-SNOW, which is updated daily through the season as conditions change and provides detailed information as winter recreation areas experience operational changes. Always remember to be prepared, leave no trace, safety first, have an alternate plan and respect property.

Flagstaff Local –
My Actions Matter

Flagstaff Local is a community movement that encourages and celebrates residents that choose to shop in Flagstaff, volunteer, be eco-friendly, donate, support education, mentor and vote. By taking part, you are making a difference and connecting to what you love about Flagstaff and living here with your everyday actions. Discover how to earn points and be rewarded to make Flagstaff thrive by joining the movement. Take action. It’s quick, easy and free to sign up at flagstafflocal.com. FBN

By Meg Roederer

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