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‘Life’s Frozen Moments’ Spring Ice Show Glides Into Pegula Ice Arena

The 36th Annual Spring Figure Skating Show will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, April 14 at Pegula Ice Arena. This year’s show is titled “Life’s Frozen Moments” and will celebrate the little things in life.

The show will feature local talent from the Penn State Figure Skating Team, the Nittany Valley Figure Skating Club, and the Penn State Learn to Skate group lesson program. Skaters of all ages and backgrounds will come together to put on a unique theatrical production as they jump and spin across the ice.

Aside from the local talent, competitive pair skaters Jessica Pfund and Joshua Santillan will perform as special guests for the event. The skating duo placed 5th at the 2017 U.S. Championships, earned a bronze medal from the International Challenger Series Events, and has represented the U.S. at multiple Grand Prix series competitions.

Moreover, Pfund and Santillan train at the prestigious Southwest Florida Figure Skating Club with two-time Olympian, Lyndon Johnston. Not only are the pair a spectacle on their own, but with Johnston’s guidance, they are something else entirely.

General admission tickets are $5 and can be purchased at Gate C of Pegula Ice Arena in advance or on the day of the show. Children three years and under are free. For more information, check out the event’s Facebook page.

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