HolidayivyHappy Holidays from the team. Remember we are on break until January 3, 2020. Don’t rush full swing back to work. Meet with friends and family to ring in 2020. There is still time to ice skate.

Just because you live in Los Angeles does not mean you have to skip the ice skating tradition during the holidays. It always amazes me that event in this warm Los Angeles weather, there are still several ice rinks to go skating. Many of you may not know, I starting ice skating when I was just 6 years old and toyed with the idea of attempting to go professional – my skating partner (my brother) just dropped me too many times which helped me change my mind.

Westfield Century City’s first-ever skating rink is open from November 29th – January 5th. You’re invited to glide into the elevated 600-foot synthetic skate loop experience in the heart of the mall on Level 2 overlooking its festive holiday market in the Atrium.
Dec-2019-520Size-Westfield-HolidayMarket IceSkating-courtesyofWestfieldMall
photo courtesy of Westfield Century City
Skate along to holiday music, enjoy skate up sip and sweet vendors, festive photo moments, surprise snow falls, and more in this one-of-a-kind winter wonderland experience. Admission is subject to change, so visit the website; Westfield Century City,10250 Santa Monica Blvd, LA 90067;

Ice at Santa Monica presented by Plaza at Santa Monica offers an 8,000-square-foot real ice-skating rink. Located in the heart of downtown Santa Monica (1324 Fifth Street), Ice remains open the entire month of December thru mid January. Info: 310.260.1199; check the website for prices.

Head downtown to the Bai Holiday Ice Rink Pershing Square in downtown LA. This is a beautiful rink and a lovely place to skate during the holidays. Surrounded by city lights, it makes a fantastic romantic or family setting. During the day the views are breathtaking as well.
Photo courtesy of Bai Holiday Ice Rink Pershing Square

Open thru: January 20, 2020; Check the website for admission and hours.