David Schena, 7, went against the flow of skaters Saturday afternoon during free skate at Tam-O-Shanter in Sylvania. Hundreds of people turned out to spend their evening skating at the rink.
Sylvania's Tam-O-Shanter Sports Complex is open for winter ice skating.
The ice rink is used for private lessons, as well as for open skating and hockey programs for both children and adults.
Owned by the Sylvania Recreation Corp., which is organized by the Sylvania Area Joint Recreation District, the facility is maintained year round. Both local high schools, including Northview and Southview, use the rink for hockey games. The ice is maintained every hour.
Prices for open skating are $3 for adult residents or $4 for adult non-residents; children under 3 are free and seniors 60 and older are $1. The cost to rent skates is $2.
To learn more about open skating times and view the schedule, visit www.playsylvania.com. Tam-O-Shanter is at 7060 Sylvania Ave.
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