Following more than 12 months on ice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pasadena Convention Center ice skating rink reopened Monday on a limited basis, with strict health protocols in place, representatives said.
The Pasadena Ice Skating Center, 300 E. Green St., is now available for private individual skating sessions, the Convention Center said in a written statement.
“After over a year of closure, we are very excited to welcome back skaters to the Pasadena Ice Skating Center,” said Pasadena Center Operating Co. CEO Micahel Ross. “We have put in place enhanced cleaning and sanitation protocols and health safety measures to bring back skaters safely.”
Technicians will be on site every day to sanitize the facility, representatives added.
Masks are mandatory in the facility, as is maintaining six feet of distance with others, according to the statement.
“Spectators and additional guests are not allowed at this time,” according to the statement. “Consistent with health orders, public skating and group classes will not be available at this time.”
More information on the Pasadena Ice Skating Center can be found on the facility’s website at skatepasadena.com.