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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS PARK DISTRICT: Scan, Skate & Score Sweet Swag this Winter


By Press release submission | Jan 18, 2019

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Arlington Heights Park District issued the following announcement on Jan. 17.

Calling all skaters! Now you can enter for a chance to WIN SWEET SWAG from the Arlington Heights Park District every time you skate at one of our ice rinks! Enter EVERY TIME YOU VISIT YOUR FAVORITE ICE RINK to improve your odds of winning. Simply click the QR code you’ll find at each ice rink, tell us which rink you visited, and provide an email. One lucky winner will be selected from all entries received at each ice rink at the end of the skating season.

Have a Smartphone but not a QR Code reader? Search “QR Code reader” in your mobile device’s app store now! May not be available on all devices. No purchase necessary. Internet access required. Offer valid from December 15 – February 15. Standard data rates may apply.


The Park District makes ice between December 15 and February 15- weather permitting. Making ice requires a sustained period of time when both the daytime and evening temperatures remain below 22 degrees with several inches of frost in the ground.


  • Heritage Park
  • Recreation Park
  • Hickory Meadows
  • Patriots Park
  • Frontier Park
  • Pioneer Park
Check the Ice Conditions:

For some of you, skating is just something you do as a fun hobby. But did you know that there are many health benefits to gain from skating too?

In fact, according to research, you can burn between 250-670 calories ice skating for 30 minutes. Who knew ice skating offered more than just the benefit of a fun!

Learn about all the great benefits here:

Original source can be found here.

Source: Arlington Heights Park District

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