Land clearing and grading has officially begun on Sno-King’s new ice rink in the Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park and to celebrate their expansion, Sno-King is inviting Snoqualmie, Fall City and North Bend residents to ice skate for FREE at weekend public skating sessions at their Renton and Kirkland rinks this summer.
Sno-King is also supplying free skates, along with the free entry, to public skating sessions for adults 18+ with a valid Snoqualmie, Fall City or North Bend driver’s license. Additionally, two kids under 18 can skate for free.
The rule is: one free entry (one free adult + up to two free kids) per driver’s license per day.
The offer is available on weekends only, from Saturday, July 6th, 2019 through Monday, September 2nd, 2019. You can see a detailed schedule of the include summer public skating sessions HERE.
Sno-King announced this spring that it had entered into a long-term lease agreement to create a new, two-sheet ice arena in Snoqualmie Ridge.
The site location is 35300 SE Douglas Street – right next to the new Church on the Ridge building currently also under construction.
According to a news release, the developer, the Razwick family – former owners of Snoqualmie business Technical Glass Products – have a desire to give back to the Snoqualmie community and share a common vision for youth development with Sno-King.
Sno-King will lease the property as the sole tenant starting in 2020. The design / development team is led by local developer Terra Vall-Spinosa. Funding for the new arena will come from several sources, including a mix of fundraising components and corporate sponsors. Sno-King said its leadership is actively seeking sponsors for the new arena. Those partners will be announced at a later date.