The Safeway Holiday Ice Rink hosts seasonal skating in Union Square. (Courtesy photo)

The Safeway Holiday Ice Rink hosts seasonal skating in Union Square. (Courtesy photo)

Union Square ice rink in its final days of the season

Calling all ice skaters: Monday Jan. 16 will be the last day of the seasonal ice rink in Union Square. The rink opened on Nov. 2, offering outdoor entertainment for thousands over the holiday shopping season downtown.

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This coming Friday the ice rink will celebrate the 1980s, featuring 103.7 radio station personalities, who will be on-hand to spin top hits. Skaters who attend the event will have the opportunity to win prizes.

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Skating does require a ticket, and we recommend you purchase one online before showing up.  Ticket prices are $12 for regular admission and $7 for children eight years old and under. A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department.holidaysUnion Squareunion square ice rink

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