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NEW: WOO Card Day at the Worcester Common Oval This Weekend

Monday, February 04, 2013

 

WOO Card holders should prepare to lace up this weekend because Sunday, February 10th, is WOO Card Day at the Worcester Common Oval.

All WOO Card holders can skate for free and swipe their card in the Skate Shack for Woo Points. The Worcester Common Oval is open 1-6 pm on Sunday and is located at 455 Main Street behind City Hall.

For those without WOO Cards, they will be available for purchase on site for $15. In addition to skating, the new Wheel of Woo game will be on site with participants taking a spin for a chance to win WOO points. As always, skate rentals are available for $3 dollars.

The Worcester Common Oval will remain open on Weekends 1-6 p.m. through February, with special extended hours during February school vacation week.

The rink is professionally managed by SMG, the DCU Center‘s management team and the world's leading private management and developing firm for public assembly facilities. The 12,000-square-foot rink is 4,000 square feet larger than the size of the Rink at Rockefeller Center. It is complete with piped-in music, skate rentals, lockers, concessions, holiday lights, and more, making it a fun and affordable family-friendly activity.

For more information the Worcester Common Oval, including a listing of more special events, please click here or find them on Facebook.

The WOO Card Program is sponsored in part by the Fred Harris Daniels Foundation, George I. Alden Trust, and the Greater Worcester Community Foundation.
 

 

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