Grab a Bite to Eat at Santa Clarita’s Newest Dining Spot at the Cube, formerly Valencia Ice Station.
Valencia, Calif. – Whether you’ve just finished an ice skating lesson, are watching a youth hockey game or want to take a break during a public session, The Grille at The Cube is the perfect place to unwind with a delicious meal or snack. From breakfast burritos to freshly made soup to a classic cheeseburger and French fries, The Grille at The Cube has something for everyone!
Located on the mezzanine level, The Grille at The Cube offers guests a full menu, as well as a place to relax and watch all the action happening on all of The Cube’s three sheets of ice. Additionally, televisions on the mezzanine level will be tuned to a wide selection of sporting events, including every L.A. Kings game during the season.
The Grille at The Cube is not just for participants in The Cube’s many programs and classes. The restaurant is open to the public and is an ideal location to meet up with friends after work for a bite to eat and a unique, cool dining experience. In the future, an enhanced beverage center will be completed and offer adult beverages in the evenings. The Grille at The Cube is open during the following schedule:
Monday – Friday
2:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday
7:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
For more information about The Grille at The Cube, please visit The Cube or call (661) 257-CUBE.
The City of Santa Clarita’s Cube Entertainment Center, formerly the site of the Ice Station Valencia, is now open to the public by reservation, offering variety of program.
Valencia, Calif. – The Cube – Ice and Entertainment Center is now open to the public. Residents and visitors alike can now register for programming at The Cube to once again enjoy ice sports in the Santa Clarita Valley. The Grand-opening took place on Tuesday, April 12, 2021, celebrated by the special appearance of LA Kings President Luc Robitaille and community attendees.
The newly renovated site was formerly known as Ice Station Valencia for 20 years under pervious owners and management and was purchased and now owned by the City of Santa Clarita.
To get started, visit The Cube’s website at TheCubeSantaClarita.com and click the button to “Create an Account” for the DASH registration platform. Individuals can create their own accounts or set one up for their entire family.
Once an account has been created, available open sessions and other programming schedules are available to view through the “Registration” menu. Advance registration and payment are required for all available programs at The Cube. Sessions at The Cube are available in four categories:
Family Camps – Camps consist of open ice skating for all ages with a variety of times available during the week.
Freestyle – These sessions are for ice skaters with their coaches who are teaching them how to improve techniques and working on routines for competition.
Pick Up Hockey – Pick Up games are for hockey players 18 years old and older. Each game lasts approximately one hour and fifteen minutes, and games are limited to 22 skaters and three goaltenders.
Stick Time – Open practice sessions for hockey players to improve skills and/or conditioning.
“The City knows that the community is anxious to utilize The Cube for events, both on the covered ice and in The Top Shelf banquet area. The necessary amenities are in the process of being procured to support these events. In addition, rental fees are still being set. The City looks forward to welcoming the community to utilize The Cube for events and appreciates their patience as we put all the pieces in place to make it a superior experience. Further details regarding facility rentals will be made available once finalized.”
For employment opportunities at The Cube, please email General Manager Larry Bruyere at email@example.com. For more information on daily schedules and programs taking place at The Cube, please call (661) 257-CUBE (2823) or visit TheCubeSantaClarita.com.
Final Touches Applied to Revamped Ice and Entertainment Center.
Santa Clarita, Calif. – The City of Santa Clarita has awarded a contract to the Los Angeles Kings and American Sports Entertainment Company (ASEC) for the operation of the City-owned ice rink, located at 27745 Smyth Drive in Valencia. The former Ice Station was purchased by the City in fall 2020 and is currently undergoing renovations to update the aesthetics and ensure the facility is safe and systems are functional prior to reopening this spring. The facility is owned by the City but will be operated by ASEC in partnership with the LA Kings.
“We are thrilled to have ASEC and the LA Kings managing our ice facility,” said Santa Clarita Mayor Bill Miranda. “The name recognition, experience and expertise will ensure a top-notch operation that our local youth hockey clubs, figure skating teams, curling competitors and recreational skaters will all enjoy once the doors reopen. We look forward to announcing the new facility name and opening date in the coming weeks – and look forward to welcoming the community back to this Santa Clarita landmark.”
ASEC was founded in 2006 and is the largest owner/operator of ice skating and indoor sports facilities in the United States. ASEC owns and/or operates more than 20 facilities, including the Toyota Sports Performance Center in El Segundo, which is home to the LA Kings.
“The Santa Clarita community has a great tradition of supporting hockey and all ice sports and today’s announcement is the next critical step to continue and expand upon that mission,” said Kings President and Hockey Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille. “ASEC and the LA Kings are committed to playing a key role in the next chapter of growing the game of hockey in particular, as well as inspiring the next generation of athletes in our community.”
Brad Berman, President of ASEC, added, “We are excited for the opportunity to expand our relationship with the Kings and execute the City of Santa Clarita’s strategic vision for this important community asset. We will work tirelessly to enhance all aspects of the customer experience, integrate operating efficiencies and ensure the long-term sustainability of the City’s ice and entertainment center.”
Since being acquired by the City, the ice rink has undergone improvements to the facility itself, as well as technology system upgrades and interior and exterior branding. Renovations have included repairs to the facility’s roof and cooling system, restored skate surfaces, plumbing fixture upgrades, fire alarm updates and more. Upgraded lighting and sound equipment will enhance the experience for ice rink users, while high-speed public internet access has also been added.
Renovations are anticipated to be completed in March, and a grand reopening date will be announced when the facility is able to open under applicable public health orders.
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