Ashburn Ice House Celebrates 20 Years

Twenty years ago, the first batch of young figure skaters and hockey players powered across the Ashburn Ice House’s twin rinks. Last weekend, the venue celebrated those two decades with free skating and overall family fun.

The Ice House hosted its “Skate N’ Celly” event on Saturday, which welcomed in hundreds of young ice skaters who enjoyed free skating and skate rentals, mini lessons, a Washington Capitals hockey shooting station, skate sessions with fairy tale princesses and Snowplow Sam, skating demonstrations, a dunk tank, music, a Dunkin’ Donuts truck and more.

Guests also had the chance to help with the national blood supply shortage by donating to Inova Blood Donor Services and were invited to enter a raffle drawing for a family four-pack of Capitals tickets, skating- and hockey-themed gift baskets and complimentary skating passes.

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