If you’re anything like us, arriving at a roller skating rink takes you back to a specific time in your life. You walk in and the smell of concession stand food wafts through the air, you hear “Brick House” by The Commodores play over the loudspeaker and the sound of people skating by, you see the neon lights flashing on the floor, and feel like you’re back at your best friend’s 10th birthday party, your first date with your first love, or the first time your grandfather took you to a rink to learn how to skate. Needless to say, skating brings on a wave of nostalgia like no other activity can. Here are some ways you can make even more memories at South Skate:
Make Skating a Family Tradition
The best way to create good memories is to associate fun activities like roller skating with things that bring joy to your family. Maybe you bring your kids to roller skate when they’ve made good grades on their report cards or make it a tradition to take your child skating once a month on a daddy-daughter date. Any way you spin it, recreating that nostalgic feeling you get when you walk into a skating rink for your kids is a tradition in itself.
Reconnect with Friends
If roller skating is something you’ve always done with friends, plan a reunion! There’s no better way to bring back that friendly feeling than to invite your crew from high school to meet up at the rink and have some fun. Who knows? Maybe we’ll even play the classic song that makes you think of the good ol’ days!
Skating brings on a wave of nostalgia like no other activity can. It’s exhilarating to think of an activity that hasn’t lost its sparkle from generation to generation. Take a Saturday and spend it at your local skate center and experience our favorite timeless activity. Contact us for more information on hours and events at South Skate.