Ice rink at Promenade on the Peninsula in Rolling Hill Estates Set to Reopen

The former Promenade Ice Chalet in Rolling Hills Estates will reopen September 7, 2021 as the LA Kings Ice. (Photo courtesy of LA Kings)

After closing its doors nearly two years ago, the former Promenade Ice Chalet in Rolling Hills Estates is set to reopen Tuesday, September 7. 

The ice rink, located in the Promenade on the Peninsula and soon to be rebranded as the LA Kings Ice, has been a fixture in Rolling Hills Estates for nearly four decades.

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Ice rink at Promenade on the Peninsula in Rolling Hill Estates Set to Reopen

“For close to 40 years, this facility was a tremendous community cornerstone, and we are excited to work with our partners to re-engage families here and return to the ice,” American Sports Entertainment Company (AESC) President Brad Berman said in a press release. “We believe LA Kings Ice at Promenade on the Peninsula will be a long-term, sustainable ice and entertainment center.”

Earlier this month, the LA Kings and AESC signed a multi-year lease agreement to jointly operate the skating rink. 

“We are committed to inspiring future generations of athletes,” LA Kings President Luc Robitaille said in a release. 

The rink is currently undergoing an extensive remodel. Some of the improvements include system upgrades and interior and exterior branding. There will also be repairs to the cold floor pipe system, leveling for the ice rink subfloor, repair of the dasher board system, a new scoreboard and new rental skates. Lastly, the upgrades will also include improved lighting and sound equipment, along with high-speed public internet access.


Ice rink at Promenade on the Peninsula in Rolling Hill Estates set to reopen in two weeks
(Photo courtesy of LA Kings)

Under economic pressures caused by the pandemic, the rink had previously closed its doors on September 16, 2020. The indoor rink, originally opened in 1981, has been a staple for ice skating and hockey athletes in the area. It was even once home to figure skating icon Michelle Kwan.

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Daniella Segura currently is a freelance multimedia journalist who covers South Bay, Los Angeles. She loves storytelling and believes it is her calling. Segura has worked for various newspapers and media publications. She has a master's in journalism from USC Annenberg and a bachelor's degree in political science and media studies from UC Berkeley. She is also a mother to two adorable little girls who are her pride and joy.
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