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Old 02-27-2012, 12:37 AM
 
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So.... first things first. Hello from a long time lurker first time poster.

My family will be relocating to the St. G. Area in a few months. While lurking around this forum it seems that two things are apparent. 1) Other than the national food chains not a lot of "good" food spots. 2) There seems to be very minimal safe environments for family evening intertainment such as a drive-in theater or a "real" year round ice skating rink for broom ball, public skating, figure skating, hockey, etc.

How do you feel either of these options might fair in the community?
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Old 02-27-2012, 07:24 PM
 
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year round ice skating rink
Sounds perfectly logical . . like skiing in Dubai.
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Old 02-28-2012, 01:02 AM
 
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Sounds perfectly logical . . like skiing in Dubai.
Interesting response.

Heat soaked Vegas has two rinks one of which provides two full size rinks under one roof. Both locations offer year round orginized sports from curling to hockey. Rarely are the rinks not booked for sporting events, figure skating, learn to skate programs or public skating. Some of the funniest and good times are when groups from different schools, churches, car dealerships rent the ice and play broom ball against each other. Its rather halarious what the winners sometimes win or what the loosers get stuck doing. Cities with less population than St. G. and far less into healthy lifestyles have year round rinks. I for one first started skating at 4 yrs old in the desert town of Lancaster, Ca. Southern Utah seems to be one of a few areas I have come across that does not have such facilities.
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