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Using Glice

SKATE NIGHTS AT PULLMAN YARDS

Outdoor Synthetic Ice Skating  November 23 - February 15

WHAT'S GOING ON

PULLMAN YARDS

TUESDAY - SUNDAY

Ice Skating

Our rink is made out of Glice. Glice is eco-friendly, synthetic ice. Skate outdoors even if it’s 85 degrees. Skate in shorts!

 

Rink Hours:

Tuesday - Thursday: 4 pm - 10 pm

Friday: 4 pm - 11 pm

Saturday: 11 am - 11 pm

Sunday: 11 am - 10 pm

*Last rentals 1 hour before close*

Adults: $15

Kids under 15: $12

Monthly Pass: $75

Season Pass: $200

Family Pass: $500

Contact us HERE for a private skate party or a date night or engagement package!

TUESDAYS

$2 TUESDAYS!

$2 Off skate rentals!

$2 select beers!

$2 off for select specialty cocktails!

$2 parking!

Offered to our neighbors and surrounding zip codes

DAILY

Marshmallow Bar

Stay toasty by the fire pit, roast marshmallows from our marshmallow bar - stuffed with chocolate and vanilla cream. Enjoy a draft beer, a hot beverage or a craft cocktail and snuggle up to your loved ones. 

 

Our marshmallow bar will always have you coming back for s’more!

TUESDAY - SUNDAY

 

 

Stranger Things Experience

Venture inside Hawkins Lab for a 45 mins. immersive experience featuring a brand-new Stranger Things storyline, then explore an 80’s-themed Mix-Tape medley with food & drinks, special merchandise, photo ops, and much more. 

For tickets and more info

UNTIL JAN. 21

UTA Artist Space

Up next after Ryan Cosbert at United Talent Agency Artist Space Atlanta is an exhibition of new work by LA-based artist Braden Hollis, whose work centers around vacation destinations that have historically appealed to Black families. On view December 14–January 21.

This new body of work meditates on themes found in Alison Rose Jefferson’s “Living the California Dream: African American Leisure Sites during the Jim Crow Era,” which, as you may know, examines the development of leisure sites and practices in Southern California architected by Black communities in the early 20th century. Her new paintings are a result of this research–depicting divers, swimmers, and beach scenes, rendered in oil with a pastel-like touch. The work continues Hollis’ interest in the interior lives of Black people and events often lost in public memory. Through lone figures, families, and couples participating in leisure, sporting events, or moments of solitude, the work seeks to reimagine what small but significant instances took place along the stretches of beach synonymous with Southern California.

See their exhibition

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