UPDATE | December 15, 2014, 5PM
On Tuesday, December 16th, from 10AM-1PM, when King 5’s Evening Magazine is in Snoqualmie filming the holiday ice rink, skating is FREE for community members who show up and hit the ice for the segment filming.
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce, with the assistance of the Snoqualmie Parks Department, was busy Friday afternoon, December 12, 2014, constructing the [synthetic] ice rink for their 1st Annual Winter Magic Ice Rink.
The rink debuts Sunday, December 14th, when it opens for ice skating at 1PM, under the big white tent constructed right in the middle of King Street – between the Woodman Lodge and Smokey Joe’s and adjacent the Railroad Gazebo Park (decked out with more holiday lights than ever) in downtown Snoqualmie.
Skaters Needed – Evening Magazine Filming
King 5’s Evening Magazine is headed to town on, Tuesday, December 16th from 10AM – 1PM to film the festive location and outdoor rink for a segment to air in the coming weeks. Originally the filming was to happen on the weekend, but was just rescheduled.
The Chamber of Commerce has put out an invitation to community members to strap on some skates and hit the ice [rink] for the December 16th Evening Magazine filming – for FREE.
Winter Magic Runs December 14th – New Years Day
The ice rink runs in its current King Street location until December 21st. It will then relocate to Snoqualmie Community Park (on the basketball court adjacent the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA) from December 23rd – New Years Day, which includes being open on holidays.
Admission is $10 for skaters age 11 through adult, includes skate rental and $5 for skaters age 3-10, which includes skate rental.
You can find more details and see complete hours of operation HERE