‘Ice on the Landing’ gives back to community while staying COVID-19 safe
Chattanooga, TN – Like many things this year, there are many precautions being taken to keep everyone safe while enjoying the fun tradition.
Many people helped the community while having a good time Wednesday night at Ice on the Landing.
Like many things this year, there are many precautions being taken to keep everyone safe while enjoying the fun tradition.
Capacity is limited to about 50 percent which is 75 people.
“When you come in, you get a colored band, we switch our bands every hour, as people come off the ice we tally and then our cashier knows it’s kind of a one in and one out system,” Ice on the Landing Manager Breck Stewart said. Masks are required, there are hand sanitizing stations and the railings are cleaned every hour.
“We’re really just going out of the way to make sure everyone is washing their hands, staying healthy and safe, Stewart said. Every Wednesday is charity night. This Wednesday, 20 percent of the proceeds went to the Chattanooga Area Food Bank.
“It’s been challenging to make things feel normal this year,” Normal Park Girls Soccer Coach Sarah Andrews said. Andrews didn’t want her team to miss out on some fun this year, so they celebrated the end of the season at Ice on the Landing.
If you have a celebration you’d like to safely spend with others, private rentals are available. Ice on the Landing is open until January 25.