It’s a winter wonderland in Kennett Square. The Creamery is serving more than just ice you can eat. Thanks to the latest project from the Square Roots Collective, a new skating rink is open to the public, writes Richard Gaw for the Chester County Press.
The rink is made from a Swiss synthetic product called Glice, which helps give the surface of the rink a longer lifespan.
“The Creamery comes alive when people are using both the outside and inside of it, and we wanted to re-create that dynamic during the winter,” said Square Roots Collective Chief of Staff Luke Zubrod.
The Square Roots Collective is currently renting the rink until April for a test trial. If it is successful, the collective will purchase it as a permanent attraction.
Some locals might remember a previous ice-skating rink that used to be near Kennett High School. The Collective is hoping to bring those memories alive.
The rink is open until April 2 and can be booked for private events.
Read more about the Kennett Square Ice Rink in the Chester County Press.