Kotler Ice Area nears fundraising goal, 2018-19 season opening

TETON VALLEY, IDA – The Kotler Ice Arena will open for the 2018-19 season in less than a month. Teton Valley Foundation will kick off the winter season in style with a celebration on Saturday, November 10.

Stop by the rink and watch the Jackson Hole Moose practice, skate with the team, and enjoy great food and fun to begin the season of ice.
Delicious eats are courtesy of Big Hole BBQ and beer will be provided by Grand Teton Brewing. There will also be plenty of awesome raffle and silent auction prizes from local businesses and the NHL.

Teton Valley Foundation is also very proud to announce that the award of a $5,000 grant from the Forever Idaho East Fund and the Idaho Community Foundation.

This grant award was made in support of Phase 2 of the Kotler Ice Arena Capital Campaign to expand the ice rink warming hut, provide ADA accessible facilities, and increase the useable space of the facility. Improvements to the Ice Rink will directly benefit the local businesses and lodging by allowing the rink to host more tournaments and events.

The grant, coupled with more than $15,000 of private funds committed in the last month, leaves the effort at $91k toward a goal of $300,000 for Phase 2. Let’s break the $100,000 mark before the rink opens by donating now!

Public Skating, Learn to Skate or Learn to Play Hockey! Check out program details on TVF’s website.


Hockey Fest
Saturday November 10, 5-9:30pm
Kotler Ice Arena – 380 S Agate, Victor,  ID

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