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Junior Brynn Langaard ice skates at Oak Hill Park during the Snodaze sledding and skating event. The Snodaze dance will take place Feb 22 at the SLP High School’s Activity Center.

Student Council hosts ice skating

Talia Lissauer and Gabriel Kaplan February 22, 2020

Sophomore Sylvia Leppik said she enjoyed the Sno Daze ice skating event as it enabled her to skate freely. “I really like skating and today there is free skating. It was kind of nice to have the rink...

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January 17, 2020

A mother teaches her daughter how to skate during open skate time at the Rec Center Nov. 17. The Turkeys on Ice event will take place Nov. 21.

Annual Turkeys on Ice continues

Talia Lissauer and Ben Sanford November 19, 2018

Lisa Abernathy, recreation supervisor of the St. Louis Park Rec Center, said the Turkeys on Ice event has been held the day before Thanksgiving annually. “We've done it as long as I have been here...

Sophomore Raphaela Slager has been Ice skating since she was a pre-teen.

Sophomore starts sixth year of sport

Sofie Geretz June 1, 2018

According to sophomore Raphaela Slager, her love of skating began when she was in fifth grade. She said she discovered the sport when she tried it out with her sister. “There was a day off (of school),...

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