Maui Mall Presents Ice Skating in Paradise

Maui Mall presents Ice Skating in Paradise sponsored by Bank of Hawai`i starting Friday, November 24.

The rink will be up through Sunday, December 17.

The ice skating rink will be open from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily.  Registration is anticipated to begin at 2:30 p.m. daily with varying wristbands to be handed out for specific 25-minute periods.

Admission is on a first-come, first-serve basis, and time on the ice is limited with in-and-out privileges.

Admission fare includes rental skates at $5 per person (cash only), with free admission for keiki age five and under.  Clean socks are required and an ice skating instructor will be on-hand to give free introductory lessons.

All proceeds will benefit various local non-profit organizations.  Please support your favorite organizations by attending the dates below:

Nov 24-25: Adaptations Dance Theater

Nov 26-27: Boys Scouts of America – Maui County Council

Nov 28-29: Maui United Soccer Club

Nov 30-Dec 1: Maui Family Support Services

Dec 2-3: Alexander Academy of Performing Arts

Dec 4-5: Nā Le Kākoʻo o Maui

Dec 6-7: Imua Family Services

Dec 8-9: Maui Food Bank

Dec 10-11: Hospice Maui

Dec 12-13: Waiside Softball

Dec 14-15: Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui

Dec 16-17: Maui Academy of Performing Arts

Blue Zones Project will also be participating throughout the event to educate the public more about ways to live longer, better, happier lives in Central Maui.  Blue Zones Project is an initiative that will make small changes community-wide, making the healthy choice the easy choice.

A donation-only gift wrap station will be open every Saturday and Sunday starting November 25 and run through December 24.

Each Saturday in December, Cupcake Ladies will serve up their delicious cupcakes and have bags of Maui Coffee Roasters’ Heavenly Blend ground coffee available for purchase to support St. Joseph Early Learning Center.

For more information, please visit the Maui Mall website.



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