Wednesday, December 7, 2011

For the first time in a decade, ICE SKATING is returning to the heart of downtown St. Louis!
THE RINK AT MONSANTO GROVE AT PEABODY OPERA HOUSE will open Friday, November 25th at 4pm thru January 16, 2012. 
Nestled in the park directly opposite the newly re-opened Opera House (on Market Street bet 14th and 15th Streets), the specially designed rink will operate seven days a week, featuring skate rentals, music, and light food and beverage. Folks visiting the city from near and far during the holidays will now have a brand new destination for frozen winter fun, with the breathtaking Opera House as a backdrop. A host of seasonal highlights and special promotions -- including youth hockey clinics,  “Late Skates” (following all Blues Saturday night hockey games) and special offers for families attending the Opera House’s production of “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas”  -- will make this a very a one-of-a-kind setting for skaters (and spectators!) of all ages. Special rates are also available for groups and holiday entertaining. Upon opening, rink info and updates will be available at    

WHEN:    The Rink – Monsanto Grove at Peabody Opera House will officially open Friday, November 25th at 4pm thru January 16, 2012.

WHERE:    The Rink – Monsanto Grove at Peabody Opera House
        *On Market Street between 14th and 15th Streets (Schiller Park)

Hours of Operation: 
                Weekdays (other than school holidays):  4pm – 9pm
                School Holidays:  10am – 10pm
                Saturdays:  10am – 10pm
                Sundays:  Noon – 7pm

Ticket Pricing:
                $6 admission
                $4 skate rental
                Seniors:  $5.50

                                1 – 20:  $1 off admission
                                20 or more:  $2 off admission
* For more information on booking group sales and special events, please contact a Group Sales Executive at 314-622-5454.
Rink Dimensions:    85’ x 55’

Special Thanks:    Monsanto, Drury Inn, Ice Rink Events, & the City of St. Louis

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