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Last chance to lace up some ice skates and enjoy the Rink on the River


showimage.aspxCITY OF RENO NEWS RELEASE —Residents and visitors wanting to ice skate and enjoy the Rink on the River have a few more days until the rink closes for the season.

 The Rink on the River will close for the season this Sunday, February 3 at 9:00 p.m. Please note the scheduled events for the Winter Senior Games will still take place at the Rink (event schedule for the Winter Senior Games is attached).
The Rink closes this time of year due to a change in weather conditions. City of Reno Public Works and Parks, Recreation, and Community Services staff will begin dismantling the Rink on Wednesday, February 6 through Friday, February 15.
With a beautiful view of the Truckee River, the Rink on the River, located on the plaza at the corner of First and Virginia Streets in Downtown Reno, provides a festive and fun atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. Last year, 29,147 people enjoyed the rink during the winter season. Statistics for this season will be provided in the upcoming weeks once they have been finalized.
The City of Reno would like to thank all the families and individuals that came out to visit and enjoy the Rink on the River this season. See you next season!
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