Blue Cross RiverRink
When temperatures drop and snow piles up in Philadelphia, fans of wintertime fun flock outdoors to head for some of these top spots for skiing, skating, playing and exploring.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
Whether coming home for a slice of mom’s homemade pumpkin pie, visiting for the first time or following an annual family tradition, Philadelphia is brimming with holiday events, beckoning venues and delightful activities throughout the holiday season.
From your local park to the Poconos, the Philadelphia area offers endless options for snowy sport and leisure.
This Friday, shaving bigwig Gillette is inviting couples to the Blue Cross RiverRink for a little PDA – all in the name of “science.”
Instead of hitting the mall on Black Friday, some folks opted to hit the ice at the season opening of the Blue Cross RiverRink.
Trying to figure out a way to spend a snow day that doesn’t include a couch and TV? Then look no further than this list of fun and exciting activities great for the whole family.
You don’t have to break the bank to ring in the New Year.
Philadelphia’s own outdoor skating rink re-opened Friday for its 18th season.
The Blue Cross RiverRink opens for its 18th season on Friday, Nov. 25, and in celebration, they will be holding a special concert starring Cody Simpson.
The Blue Cross RiverRink officially opens for the season on Friday, November 25, 2011.