recreational ice skating

by Eileen Viglione

Get ready and rarin’ to compete at the 2019 ISI Adult Championships, Oct. 11-13 at ICE at the Parks in Arlington, Texas. Test and entry deadline is Aug. 15.

Whether it’s your first rodeo or your umpteenth, one thing is certain: you’ll head home with treasured memories that will leave you grinning from ear to ear long after your blades are back home.

There’s no shortage of attractions and sights to see  in Arlington and the surrounding Dallas-Forth-Worth metropolitan area. Often called the entertainment capital of Texas, Arlington is home to: Six Flags Over Texas, the Arlington Museum of Art, the Arlington Music Hall, the International Bowling Ball Museum & Hall of Fame, the Texas Rangers’ Globe Life Park and the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium.

Since Arlington is centrally located between Forth Worth and Dallas,  you’ll want to carve out some time in your schedule for BIG adventure in both of these celebrated Texas cities.

Reunion Tower (Photo courtesy of Visit Dallas)

Popular Dallas attractions include the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Reunion Tower, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Texas Discovery Gardens in historic Fair Park, Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Art Museum and the Bishops Art District.

Photo courtesy of Visit Fort Worth

A trip to Fort Worth, also known as “Cowtown,” wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Fort Worth  Stockyards, the last remaining historic stockyard in the United States. Other must-see attractions include the Fort Worth Water Gardens, Sundance Square and the National Cowgirl Museum and Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame to name a few.

See y’all in the Lone Star State soon!


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