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  • Frozen Fright Night at Comcast Community Ice Rink
    10/12/2011

    Frozen Fright Night
    A Safe Halloween Alternative of Family Fun at the Comcast Community Ice Rink

    Who: Frozen Fright NightWhen: Halloween – Monday, October 31 from 6 pm – 9 pm

    Where: Comcast Community Ice Rink

    What: Global Spectrum invites area residents to celebrate this Hallows Eve at “Frozen Fright Night” atthe Comcast Community Ice Rink. The cosmic skate will be radiant with black lights and festiveHalloween music from a community DJ.

    Everyone is welcome to test their seasonal skills pumpkin bowling or dress in festive costume tobe entered in the most creative costume contest Everett has ever seen! Dollar discounts areavailable for everyone who dresses in costume or brings a canned food item for the NorthwestHarvest Foundation.

    Don’t take a chance on the weather this Halloween trick or treating around the neighborhood andjoin us here for a safe holiday alternative. Goodie bags will be provided for all the goblins andguests alike along with raffle tickets for door prize drawings during the event. An assortment offestive nibbles will be available inside the newly renovated Power Play Café.

    Tickets: Tickets are available at the Comcast Community Ice Rink. ($10 Adults/Kids 6 and up, $9 forguests in costume or with a canned food item, and $3.50 for children 5 and under). Book yourgroup in advance and save one dollar off each entry by calling 425.322.2629. Ticket pricesinclude skate rental and candy bag.

    The Comcast Arena at Everett, recipient of the International Association of Venue Manager’s (IAVM) prestigious VenueExcellence Award 2010, was developed by the Everett Public Facilities District. The 10,000-seat venue hosts a myriad ofevents including concerts, ice skating and family shows. The facility is also home to the Everett Silvertips, a WesternHockey League franchise and the 2010 National Lacrosse League Champion’s, the Washington Stealth. The venueaccommodates other sporting events such as basketball, volleyball and international skating competitions.

    The Comcast Community Ice Rink is used for public skating, hockey leagues, figure skating and much more. The two icesheets can be converted to form a 57,000 square foot space to host trade shows and special events. The three-storyEdward D. Hansen Conference Center includes three 900 square foot executive meeting rooms, and an 11,000 squarefoot ballroom, which can be arranged in a number of different configurations.

    Global Spectrum (global-spectrum.com) manages the Comcast Arena at Everett, as well as more than 100 other publicassembly facilities around the world. Nearly 20-million people attended more than 11,000 events in Global Spectrumvenues last year. Based in Philadelphia, PA, Global Spectrum is part of Comcast-Spectacor, one of the world’s largestsports and entertainment companies.

    Contact:

    Cassie Behrendt
    Marketing Coordinator

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