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April 15th, 2020

This continues to be an incredibly challenging time for our country and the world as we deal with the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Our hearts go out to all who have already been affected by this terrible virus and their families.

The current recommendations require us to continue to suspend all skating at our facility. We plan to open Twin Rinks as soon as it’s best for the health of our community. As this is an ever-changing situation we are developing alternative plans for Spring programming including Spring Hockey Clinics, CT Breakers, Learn to Skate Classes & SHL Adult League games.

We know that you miss skating and playing hockey as much as we do. Here are some ways to stay connected:

  • Check out our Facebook page for updates regarding our reopening, daily posts on off-ice tips, skating history, fun videos and so much more!
  • We love hearing from you! Email us: info@stamfordtwinrinks.com. Please send us videos of how you’re practicing at home or say hello to your favorite coach.

We will all get through this and when it’s over we promise to have the ice ready for you!


WHAT WERE DOING TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS
For information on our precautionary measures and suggestions to keep yourself and others healthy, please click here.

 


 

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The Twin Rinks Difference

Twin Rinks has been the preeminent skating center in Lower Fairfield County for over 20 years, focusing exclusively on providing the finest hockey and skating instruction, challenging competition, and enjoyable activities for people of all ages and skill levels. We use only the most highly rated coaches and instructors, whose students have gone on to compete at Prep schools, Division I colleges, national and international competitions, and as professionals.

The Twin Rinks state-of-the-art facilities, including two NHL regulation size rinks, 12 locker rooms, a professional health & fitness center, a full service pro shop, two restaurants, a ballet studio, four party rooms, and more set it apart from all other ice rinks in Fairfield County.