The Columbus Blue Jackets All-Star Winter Park presented by Worthington Industries, located at McPherson Commons across the street from Nationwide Arena, will feature an outdoor ice rink, massive three-lane snow slide Nationwide Boulevard and serve as the hub for outdoor entertainment for people of all ages before and during All-Star Weekend.
The Columbus Blue Jackets All-Star Winter Park will be anchored by the Scotts Miracle-Gro Community Rink, an NHL-sized outdoor rink that will feature public skating, youth hockey, private events and various other programming. The rink will be open Friday, Jan. 16 through Sunday, Jan. 25. Admission to skate will be $5 and include skate rental.
The Snow Slide presented by Huntington will stand 34-feet tall at its peak and span 85 feet with an additional 175 feet running along Nationwide Boulevard. The slide will be open Thursday, Jan. 22 through Sunday, Jan. 25 and cost $2 per ride.
For more information, visit www.bluejackets.com/allstar.
The National Hockey League will transform the Greater Columbus Convention Center into 200,000 square feet of interactive hockey fun for NHL Fan Fair, January 23–25, 2015. As the official fan festival of the 2015 NHL All-Star Weekend, NHL Fan Fair will offer hockey fans of all ages four days of family-friendly interactive games and attractions, special appearances, trophy and memorabilia displays, live TV and radio broadcasts, music, food and dozens of other dynamic activities.
NHL All-Star 5K Race participants get a $4 discount off the walk-up purchase price to NHL Fan Fair at the Greater Columbus Convention Center with their race bib.
For more information on the NHL Fan Fair, visit NHL.com/FanFair.