Nico Lampignano, 6, helps his younger brother Vincent, 4 - photo by Brian Hill
Article by Brian Hill | Daily Herald
Families could be heard laughing and enjoying themselves Saturday as ice skating returned to the Chicago Wolves Ice Rink at Parkway Bank Park in Rosemont.
In order to ensure social distancing, the outdoor ice rink will limit capacity and advance ice skating reservations are required.
Admission to the Chicago Wolves Ice Rink is free; however, a credit card is required to hold reservations.
Bring your own skates or rent skates online for $8. Guests with reservations who fail to appear for their skating time will incur an $8 per person fee.
Refunds will be given to guests with reservations that are canceled due to rink closure caused by inclement weather or COVID-19 mandates.
The 45-minute skating time slots can be reserved and ice skate rentals can be made at rosemont.com/thepark.
Parkway Bank Park has implemented several new health and safety procedures to ensure the safety of its staff and guests. They include skater temperature checks upon arrival and enhanced cleaning of high-touch surfaces. Face masks are required for staff and encouraged for skaters.