To help limit the spread of Coronavirus and to support public health efforts, many family attractions have closed temporarily. In the meantime, we invite our readers to enjoy virtual events highlighted in our Things To Do calendar. When you do go out, follow public health guidelines: wear masks, practice social distancing and wash your hands frequently. To learn why social distancing is important and effective in lessening the spread of COVID-19, hear from Dr. Alexis Elward, Chief Medical Officer at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

Last Chance for a Skate at Steinberg

Looks to be sunny and in the 40s this weekend – outstanding weather for late-February in St. Louis. It's also outstanding weather for the last weekend of the outdoor ice skating season at Steinberg Skating Rink in Forest Park.

Steinberg is the largest outdoor ice skating rink in the Midwest, offering public skating every day during the winter months.

Get inspired by the Vancouver Olympic games and head to the park with the kids for the last skate of the season. Grab some lunch at the Snowflake Café, which offers a variety of appetizers, sandwiches, snacks, burgers, soda, hot chocolate and even beer and wine.  

Skating is $6.50 for adults and $5.50 for kids 12 and under plus a $3.00 skate rental fee. Group rates are available. The rink is open from     10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and 10 a.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays in season.

Steinberg closes for the season on March 1, but reopens in May as a sand volleyball court for the summer.

Steinberg Skating Rink is located at 400 Jefferson Drive in Forest Park.
 

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Amy Burger is a mom, freelance writer and communications professional with nearly 20 years experience working in St. Louis. Her work has appeared in numerous publications and media outlets including STL Parent, Missouri Life magazine, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Town & Style and kdhx.org, among others. When she's not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two beautiful girls at home in Kirkwood.

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