Inner Harbor Ice Rink opening delayed due to anticipated rain from Tropical Storm Nicole


BALTIMORE — Friday’s opening event for the Inner Harbor Ice Rink has been postponed due to forecast heavy rain, organizers said Wednesday.

The rink will officially open to the public on Saturday, November 12 at 10 a.m., and organizers have announced that a rink opening event will be announced soon.

As for admission, admission for adults is $10, admission for children, seniors, and military is $9, and skate rental is $4.

A season pass to the rink costs $175, with the cost of skate rentals included.

Baltimore’s Waterfront Partnership announced in July that the rink has been sponsored for the next three seasons with funding of $300,000.

Further details on this winter’s programming and prices are available online.

WJZ’s First Alert Weather Team has declared Friday and Saturday WJZ Alert Days.

Tropical Storm Nicole is expected to become a Category 1 hurricane on Wednesday and make landfall on Florida’s eastern peninsula between late Wednesday and early Thursday morning.

The remnants of the hurricane are expected to bring widespread heavy rain Friday extending through Saturday morning.


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