Polar Ice House Hosts Spring Lock-In with Ice Skating, Movies and More
04/10/2013

Cary ice skating rink hosts overnight camp for kids of all ages

Online PR News – 10-April-2013 – Cary, NC – Grab your sleeping bag and head to Polar Ice House Cary on April 19, 2013, for a night of fun at the Spring Lock-In. Campers can spend either a full or half night at the rink, making new friends, singing karaoke, skating through obstacle courses, watching movies and much more.

The Spring Lock-In begins at 5 p.m. on Friday night. The full night camp lasts until 9 a.m. on Saturday morning, while half-night campers will leave at 10 p.m. on Friday night. A full Italian dinner and dessert will be served Friday night, along with a pancake breakfast Saturday morning. The snack bar will also be open for hungry skaters or a late-night movie snack.

Polar Ice House has planned the night to entertain children of all ages at the rink. From sled bowling to open hockey games and figure skating performances, there will be plenty of on-the-ice entertainment. Off the rink, a glow-in-the-dark dance party, midnight bounce, arts and crafts, video games and more will keep the fun going throughout the night.

“The Polar Ice House staff looks forward to hosting the Spring Lock-In again this year,” said Christina Driggers, camp director of Polar Ice House Cary. “We have a packed lineup of fun for all ages to keep kids entertained throughout the night!”

The price for the full night lock-in is $55 and the half night lock-in is $35. Polar Ice House will also offer $5 off the price if campers pre-register before April 1. To register, visit Polar Ice House Cary’s website or email Christina Driggers at christina.driggers@polaricehouse.com.

About the Polar Ice House
The three Raleigh area Polar Ice Houses are located in Garner, Cary and Wake Forest. They offer a wide variety of ice entertainment including: public skating sessions, birthday parties, track out camps and learn to skate programs. Each location is equipped with the latest in hockey and skating equipment. For more information, please visit www.polaricehouse.com.

American Skating Entertainment Centers is the largest owner/operator of ice skating rinks in the United States. ASEC owns or operates 13 ice skating facilities in North Carolina, New York, Maryland, Texas, Colorado, Arizona and California. For more information please visit www.asecenters.com.