|April 4, 2011 - Mike Modugno
Director of Public Relations and Broadcaster
Kalamazoo, MI- The Wings Stadium Complex and Wings West announces the facilities will host Drop-In Hockey and Sticks & Pucks all Spring Break long.
Anyone looking for something to do during their Spring Break should look no further than playing hockey at either Wings Stadium or Wings West.
Wings Stadium will offer Sticks & Pucks this Tuesday, April 5th and Wednesday, April 6th from 6-7 p.m.
Individuals looking to play in Drop-In Hockey will have five opportunities to lace-up their skates.
At Wings West, Drop-In Hockey will be offered this Tuesday and Wednesday. On April 5th, Drop-In will occur 6:15-7:45p.m., April 6th the skate will happen from 6-7:30 p.m.
Wings Stadium will give hockey enthusiast three chances to bring their skates and sticks to Van Rick Drive. On Wednesday, April 6th, Drop-In Hockey will occur from 12-1:30 p.m. The following day, Thursday, April 7th, the skate will happen from 6-7:30 p.m.
The final Drop-In Hockey opportunity will take place this Friday, April 8th from 12-1:30 p.m.
For more information about either Drop-In Hockey or Sticks & Pucks contact the Wings Stadium Ice Events office at (269) 345-2277.
Wings West, which is located on Sports Drive just off I-94 and 9th Street, is also home to Old Burdick’s Wings West.
Stadium Management Company owns the Wings Stadium Complex, the Kalamazoo Wings hockey team and now Wings West. The Wings Stadium Complex is comprised of three buildings; Wings Stadium seats more than 5,100 fans for K-Wings home games and more than 8,000 people for concerts and other stage events. The Annex seats 1,367 for ice events and can seat up to 2,850 for non-ice events such as car, boat, and trade shows. The Cube is the newer of the three facilities and plays host to both ice and non-ice events. All three buildings along with the newly acquired and named Wings West facility are available for rental and feature numerous catering and meeting opportunities.
For more information regarding this week’s Spring Break schedule, please contact: Mike Modugno, director of public relations/broadcaster at (269) 349-1125, extension 220.