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Skate on over to Augusta University Days at Augusta on Ice

The Department of Student Life & Engagement is hosting Augusta University Days at Augusta on Ice Nov. 27 from 4-9:00 p.m.

An additional date has also been reserved for January.

General admission is free to faculty, staff and students, and includes live performances, experiencing the amazing downtown winter village and access to Santa Claus.

Enjoy the merriment as Augusta on Ice transforms the Augusta Common into a winter wonderland. Attendees will have the opportunity to delight in the outdoor ice-skating rink, festive decorations, attractions for children, hot chocolate and craft beer and wine.

Augusta University Days invites those interested to Augusta on Ice to partake in this winter festival two specific days:

Monday, Nov. 27th

  • Free General Admission for all AU Faculty, Staff & Students; $15 for Activity Passes (usually $20)
  • Volunteers 3:30-9:30 p.m. FREE Activity Pass for EVERY shift worked

Thursday, Jan. 4th

  • Free General Admission for all AU Faculty, Staff & Students; $15 for Activity Passes (usually $20)
  • Volunteers 3:30-9:30 p.m. FREE Activity Pass for EVERY shift worked

For more information email Joe Pierce.

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