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Ice at the Galleria Presents Annual Tree Lighting

The favorite of the Holiday Season is back by popular demand at the stunning Ice at The Galleria. Allow your heart to be warmed by the local youth and adults skating talent. As the Classic tale of the Nutcracker is expressed on ice at The Beautiful Ice at The Galleria. Be sure to get your Chairs on Ice early, as these performances have sold out in the past.

Facilities offer day programs for students

By Kris DiLorenzo Beginning Sept. 10, 2020 when Ardsley schools reopen, House of Sports at 1 Elm Street is offering the Ardsley Collaborative Learning program; Life, at 2 Lawrence St., will house the Robert Jacobson Sports Foundation (RJS) Drop-In Center. Both facilities closed in mid-March, and reopened in late June, when Governor Cuomo’s Phase 4 commenced. Life has offered outdoor dining since then, and is now open for private parties, though it is restricting attendance to 60 people in a space that

Best of Westchester 2021

House of Sports was recently awarded the Best Sports Facility in Westchester Magazine for 2021. Click Here to view the full article. Congratulations to Frank Lombardy and his team at House of Sports! The House of Sports is a 100,000 square foot, state-of-the-art indoor sports facility offering lacrosse, basketball, soccer, baseball, volleyball, camps, birthday parties, and Athletic Republic performance training.  

LA Kings Ice at Promenade on the Peninsula celebrates grand opening

By GQLSHARE | | Daily News PUBLISHED: September 7, 2021 at 4:02 p.m. | UPDATED: September 7, 2021 at 4:04 p.m. The Los Angeles Kings and American Sports Entertainment Company celebrated the grand opening of the rebranded Promenade ice rink Tuesday, Sept. 7, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Rolling Hills Estates facility. LA Kings Ice at Promenade on the Peninsula, formerly the Promenade Ice Chalet, has been a fixture on the Palos Verdes Peninsula for four decades but closed last year

LA Kings will reopen Promenade Ice Chalet in Rolling Hills Estates

The rink, undergoing an approximately $200,000 remodel, will be rebranded the LA Kings Ice at Promenade on the Peninsula and is expected to have its grand opening on Sept. 7. The Los Angeles Kings and American Sports Entertainment Company have signed a 5-year lease agreement with the Promenade on the Peninsula shopping center to operate the popular ice skating facility. The ice rink is being renovated which includes rebranding. The new name of the rink will be LA Kings Ice at

Teen and Police Service(TAPS) Hosts Fashion Show

Sunday, August 1, 2021 the Teen And Police Service (TAPS) Academy hosted its first Ice at the Galleria Fashion Show Extravaganza. The event was a fundraiser for several of Houston Police Department’s (HPD) Youth Programs, TAPS and Explorers. The models were HPD’s very own Chief of Police, Commanders, Lieutenants, Sergeants, and Officers. Five of Houston’s local Designers made it an easy transition from police gear to high fashion attire. It was a breath taking, unique and

LA Kings and ASEC to Operate Santa Clarita Ice Rink

Final touches are being applied to the revamped ice and entertainment center by LA Kings @LAKings / The City of Santa Clarita has awarded a contract to the Los Angeles Kings and American Sports Entertainment Company (ASEC) for the operation of the City-owned ice rink, located at 27745 Smyth Drive in Valencia. The former Ice Station was purchased by the City in fall 2020 and is currently undergoing renovations to update the aesthetics and ensure the facility is safe and

City Council Approves Agreement With L.A. Kings For Santa Clarita Ice Center

 Published February 23, 2021   The Santa Clarita City Council approved an agreement for the Los Angeles Kings organization to assist in the operation of the Santa Clarita Ice and Entertainment Center during their regular meeting on Tuesday. The council unanimously voted to award a five-year contract to the L.A. Kings, along with American Sports Entertainment Centers (ASEC) which operate 23 sports facilities across the country, according to the

Robitaille, Berman Continue to Grow the Game of Hockey in SoCal

Article by: ZACH DOOLEY FOR LAKINGSINSIDER.COM  Published October 21, 2020 Grow The Game. It’s a phrase used frequently in hockey, especially in a less-traditional market such as Southern California. Growing the game can mean many things. The LA Kings have enacted on several initiatives that have helped to grow the game in our area, and behind the black, white and silver shield is Hall of Famer and Team President Luc Robitaille. If you’re familiar with the Kings, you’re familiar with Lucky Luc – Perhaps