First, it was all like this, in the Inner Richmond:
But now it’s like this:
It’s on! All the deets.
And here are your Upcoming Special Events:
December 3 – Single in the City: A Single’s Event
December 5 – Learn to Curl Event
December 10 – Drag Queens On Ice
January 1 – Polar Bear Skate*
January 9 – Learn to Curl Event
January 18 – Last Day to Skate
*Grab your bikinis – it’s a New Year’s Tradition now
Actually, Dude was driving perfectly fine, not at all like an aggressive Grizzly…
(I think this shot is from Frisco. There’s a better photo what pops up on Google, with beefcake too, but it’s actually from Indiana.)
All the deets:
“The Polar Bear Skate Returns to the Safeway Holiday Ice Rink in Union Square presented by Bank of the West – California-Style Polar Bear Plunge Becomes Tradition in San Francisco’s Union Square
WHAT: The Safeway Holiday Ice Rink in Union Square presented by Bank of the West is putting its own spin on Canada’s “Polar Bear Plunge” with the San Francisco-Style Polar Bear Skate. In this version, ice skaters are encouraged to come in their favorite bathing suit and beach apparel.
WHO: The Public; Safeway Holiday Ice Rink in Union Square presented by Bank of the West
WHEN: Thursday, January 1, 2015 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Union Square, San Francisco.
About the Safeway Holiday Ice Rink:
Since 2007, the Safeway Holiday Ice Rink has delighted children and adults with a holiday-themed ice park located in San Francisco’s Union Square. Ticket prices are $11 for regular admission and $7 for children eight years old and under. Ice skate and hockey skate rentals are $6. Ice rink hours are from 10 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. daily. A portion of ticket proceeds benefit the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department. For tickets or more information, please visit www.unionsquareicerink.com or call 415-781-2688.
From the official State of California Energy Upgrade California roadshow:
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I’m srsly, they’ve got a whole Have You Seen The Bear thing going on these days
Monarch was last seen boarding a Greyhound bus headed to Dallas, Texas.
Who approved this California-backed marketing campaign? Was it Lou Avery?