THINK SKATINGWalt Disney's World on Ice and the local...

AROUND THE INNER HARBOR

January 06, 1995|By Holton F. Brown

THINK SKATING

Walt Disney's World on Ice and the local group Baltimore On Ice will hold a children's skating party from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Inner Harbor Ice Rink, off Key Highway next to the Maryland Science Center.

Skaters 12 and younger will be admitted free if they area dressed as "Beauties" or "Beasts." Costumed skaters also will receive free rental skates and hot cocoa.

And bring a nonperishable food item to benefit local soup kitchens and receive a dollar off admission to the Inner Harbor Ice Rink from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. Regular admission is $3.75 per person; children 4 and younger skate free. Skate rental is $1.75. Information: 547-2424. With the weather cold and less predictable, the Baltimore Arena at 201 W. Baltimore St. becomes a popular indoor venue in the greater Inner Harbor area. Current fare:

Walt Disney's World on Ice will present "Beauty and the Beast" at the Arena from Tuesday through Jan. 16, featuring the Academy Award-winning score of Alan Menken and the late Baltimore lyricist Howard Ashman. Tickets range from $8.50 to $27.50 and can be obtained at the Arena box office, at Ticketmaster outlets or by calling 481-SEAT. Information: 547-2424.

Indoor lacrosse returns at 8 p.m. tomorrow with the Thunder playing the Boston Blazers. If you like your sports fast and physical, give this one a try.

Soccer is on the rug at 7:35 tonight as the Spirit faces its regional rival, the Harrisburg Heat.

THINK MOTORS

In case you're curious about the auto and other motor-type shows that usually rev up this time each year, mark these dates on your calendar:

Motorcycle show: Jan. 13-15 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Details next week.

Chesapeake Bay boat show: Jan. 28 through Feb. 7, also at the Convention Center. Details to come.

International car show: For years, the area's big auto show has jammed the Convention Center and adjacent Festival Hall. But with the Convention Center's heavy-duty expansion continuing where the hall once was, there's not enough space. So you'll need to drive (or take light rail) to the auto show at the Timonium State Fairgrounds on Feb. 4-12.

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