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Holiday Festivities at The Standard

Monday, December 14, 2015
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Celebrating the most magical time of year, The Standard has planned a line up of fun-filled activities to enjoy during the holiday season. Here, we round up a few of the latest attractions at the New York hot spot—get ready to dive into the festive spirit!


THE ICE RINK

There’s nothing like spending the holidays ice-skating upon sparkly string lights and Christmas décor, followed by sipping a cozy cup of cocoa. This winter, The Rink at The Standard, High Line, unveils its newly re-imagined 3,000 square foot rink inspired by the golden age of the aprés-ski lifestyle. Plus, the Living Room located next door is a one-stop shop for exclusive items from the Standard, and offers a wide array of seasonal foods and beverages.


848 Washington at 13th Street


Admission $14 + $4 Skate Rental

Children (Under 12) $6 + $4 Skate Rental


The Rink Hours

Monday-Friday 12pm-12am

Friday 12pm-1am

Saturday 9am-1am

Sunday 9am-12am


The Living Room Hours

Sunday-Wednesday 9am-1am

Thursday-Saturday 9am-3am


+HARK! CHRISTMAS TREE MARKET

Whether you’re looking for a Christmas tree of your own or just want to take in the fresh pine scents of the season, the +Hark! pop-up market is the place to be. Located in garden of The Standard East Village, trees of all sizes are available for sale—and a portion of proceeds will benefit the Lower East Side Girls Club.


25 Cooper Square


Hours: Monday through Friday 4-9PM,

Saturday and Sunday 12-9PM


NEW YEAR’S EVE AT THE TOP OF THE STANDARD

Disco Legend Nile Rodgers and CHIC will be hosting a New Year’s Eve party at The Top of The Standard on December 31, 2015 at 10pm. Ring in 2016 on the right note and dance the night away with your loved ones!


442 West 13th Street


Available Tickets:

Standing: $250

Hudson: $3,000-$6,000

Empire State: $3,000-$4,500


Photos courtesy of The Standard.


 





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