Bellevue Magic Season Ice Arena offers free admission on ‘Library Appreciation Day’

King County Library System card holders receive free Bellevue Ice Arena admission on Nov. 28

  • Tuesday, November 21, 2017 9:30am
  • News

Begin your holidays and skate into Bellevue’s “Magic Season” for free at its ice arena on “Library Appreciation Day,” held 3-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

For the second year in a row, the Bellevue Downtown Association (BDA) is offering “Library Appreciation Day” during its annual Bellevue Magic Season in partnership with King County Library System (KCLS).

“The BDA looks forward to partnering with KCLS once again for the 2017-2018 Magic Season Ice Arena,” said Mike Ogliore, Vice President of Events & Operations for the Bellevue Downtown Association. “The Library System supports positive growth on the Eastside within its libraries and within our communities, during the festive season and throughout the year,” he added.

Anyone who shows their library card at the ice arena entrance will receive one free skate admission per library card. The Bellevue Magic Season Ice Arena is located in Bellevue Downtown Park, one block south of Bellevue Square, at NE 1st Street and 100th Avenue.

“KCLS’ strategic focus is to create opportunities through meaningful connections,” said Debra Westwood, Library Regional Manager of KCLS’ Bellevue and Northcentral regions. ”It’s lovely to participate in BDA’s annual holiday attraction to help create a festive feeling of belonging within the community,” she said.

Bellevue Magic Season will be held Nov. 24 to Jan. 15, 2018. For additional information, visit Bellevue Magic Season online for details. Apply for your own KCLS library card at any KCLS library before “Library Appreciation Day” to participate in this offer.

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