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Upcoming Events, Put On by the Mullet Ice Center

The Howard G. Mullett Ice Center, located in Hartland Wisconsin, hosts a variety of events throughout the entire year. Depending on the season the center may be more or less active. 


Upcoming, the Ice Center is hosting its first-ever Halloween DJ skate, on Wednesday, October 27th. The event consists of a two-hour skating period for parents, students, and children to skate and dance to the DJ’s music. 


Pricing for this event can be found at $8 for adults and $7 for students and children. The skating takes place from 7-9 p.m. The Ice Center strongly encourages coming in costume to make the Halloween event even more fun.


Another activity put on by the Ice Center is birthday parties. The Ice Center provides a private room after skating, with a tablecloth, napkins, plates, and forks. 


There are two options for birthday parties: option one is priced at $12 a guest including admission, skate rental, and use of the private team room. Option two is priced at $16 a guest and includes entry, skate rental, use of a private team room, and choice of popcorn or chips and a drink. 


Another popular activity that the Ice Center offers for all ages is hockey leagues. Leagues are divided into summer and winter leagues. The schedule is divided depending on the season. 


Summer league is around ten weeks while the winter league starts in September, and is a 21-game season.


Seth Lundberg, a five-year referee at the Ice Center said leagues are going on almost all year with a summer league and a winter league and the games are mainly on the weekends. 


“Winter league is very competitive, while the summer league is less competitive,” says Lundberg. 


The leagues are opportunities for college students, young adults, and retired hockey players to get an opportunity to compete and still play even if not on a professional team. 


“I always looked forward to playing Sunday nights or just watching because it was time to be with friends and to just focus on the game and we were all working towards one goal and that was to have fun instead of worrying about winning and losing,” says Savannah Kastner, a former Arrowhead and current hockey league player.

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