SHORELINE, Wash. - After almost 60 years, the Highland Ice Arena in Shoreline will be closing its doors.
The popular ice rink on Aurora Avenue North has been family-owned and operated since 1962.
FOX 13 News Spoke with Terry Green, whose parents moved to the Seattle-area from Canada and opened up the shop before the city of Shoreline was incorporated.
"There's been a lot of folks that have said, ‘Oh, please don’t close, we love coming here!,'" Green said.
The Highland Ice Arena has been a staple in the community and its last day is Saturday, Oct. 15. The ice rink plans to hold a last community skating exhibition on that day for people who want to get on the ice one last time.