Last chance for skating at Stuart Park
The City of Kelowna says the ice rink at Stuart Park will stay open, so long as the late season cold weather sticks around.
There is no denying that as the calendar flips to March, Spring is in the air, but the city has confirmed the rink will be open throughout the weekend.
A date to close the rink has not been set, but it will be weather dependent. On the first day that weather conditions cause the ice to deteriorate, the rink will close for the season.
Temperatures are forecast to rise to 7 degrees on Tuesday and residents are encouraged to come down for one last skate.
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