EL DORADO, Louisiana (KTVE / KARD) – The Murphy Arts District announced its 3rd annual ‘Mad on Ice’ on November 20, and over the next four weeks MAD will be hosting a winter wonderland experience just before the holidays.
The “Mad on Ice” will be back in town in no time, and MAD Director and CEO Pam Griffin has said there will be more than ice at the top of the amphitheater stage in outdoors.
âWe will have lighting, we will have music, we will have a screen that goes down to the back of the stage and we will have videos being played. Griffin said.
“MAD on Ice” will be accessible to people of all ages, including two types of skating “assistants” for the enjoyment of adults and children.
âWe have some skating aids, which are these seals and reindeer, Bobby the Seal and Tommy the Reindeer, and we rent them out for an extra $ 5, and you can skate behind them and push them and that’s a really good way to power to experience ice skating if you are new to the activity, says Griffin.
The Murphy Arts District will host both indoor and outdoor events on November 20. While masks aren’t mandatory, Griffin says it will be strongly suggested.
Skate rental will cost $ 3 and it’s free for members every afternoon from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
tickets will also be available for purchase on the MAD website and on their website www.eldomad.com