As PyeongChang became the stage for elite winter sport we had a golden day at the Silver Skate Festival today. Hawrelak Park, the location for the marvellous Ice Castles a fortnight ago, today hosted another Edmonton festival. 688 more words
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&amp;lt;img class=”story-img” src=”https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/ice-castle5.jpg?quality=70&amp;amp;#038;strip=all&amp;amp;#038;w=282&amp;amp;#038;h=188&amp;amp;#038;crop=1″ alt=”Ice Castles is bringing its massive winter display to Edmonton this winter.” /&amp;gt;;
Ice Castles is bringing its massive winter display to Edmonton this winter.
Edmonton’s Ice Castle is slowly coming together again this year, despite not getting a lot of help from Mother Nature.
A warm spell earlier this month delayed its opening by at least a week and now, crews are fighting through a cold snap. 444 more words
Unseasonably warm weather in Edmonton this week is being welcomed by many, but it’s proving a bit difficult for the city’s winter attractions.
The City of Edmonton hasn’t yet been able to open its iceways at Victoria Park and Rundle Park. 723 more words
While the unseasonably warm weather may be a nice break from the cold temperatures Edmontonians normally experience this time of year, it’s bad news for the city’s skating facilities. 166 more words
Edmonton city council has heard about a couple of issues that have emerged in a bid by the Edmonton International Athletics Committee to bring the IAAF World U20 Championships… 485 more words