Chelmsford Forum Ice Rink
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The Chelmsford Forum is a full service indoor ice skating facility dedicated to providing an extensive variety of skating programs for all ages and abilities. The arena features seating for 3,500, snacks and light fare at the Ice Box Café, and heated meeting rooms.
The Chelmsford Forum has daily open public skating sessions. These sessions are great opportunities for those who do not belong to an organized group, or for friends and family to get together.
-Figure skating classes are available for children ages 3 to 12, from basic introduction skating for those who've never skated before to more advanced skill skating.
-Hockey classes are available for children ages 6 to 16. These classes require previous completion of basic skating classes or performance at that level.
Public skating hours vary monthly; check their website for schedule.
Ages: 3 and up
General admission $3;
Skate rentals $4
Birthday parties range from $8 per guest for the Basic Package, which includes public skating admission, a slice of pizza and drink for each child, and invitations, to $199 for the Ultimate Party Package, which includes one hour of private ice time, three pizzas and 24 drinks. Call 781.982.8166 for reservations.
The Forum features the full-service Forum Pro Shop [978.663.9362] and Master Skate Sharpening by Bill Wheeler [978.663.8807].
Getting there: Take Route 128 to Route 3 North. Take Exit 29 (Route 129). At end of ramp take a left. Take an immediate right onto Brick Kiln Road. Forum is on the right.
2 Brick Kiln Road, Chelmsford, MA, 01824 map
Phone: (978) 670-3700
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