ROCK THE RINK REVIEW
by Jordan Shade.
Sunday was a great day for figuring skating in Penticton, an opportunity to see all the favorite stars from the past at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
Elvis Stojko was the most fun on the ice, giving the audience lots of laughter when he attempted to sing with the microphone on.
Patrick Chan was very charming with his own personality, very moderate. He reminds me of one of those people who will get a lady’s attention.
Overall a great event put on by SOEC, 90 minutes of fun and excitement on a Sunday evening. And honestly a big hand for the gentlemen for holding up their ladies with one hand.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir touched Canadian’s lives, bringing families from coast-to-coast together during the Olympics and special ice-skating events, especially when they won gold in 2010 front of the supportive home crowd, becoming the first North American ice dancers to be crowned Olympic champions.
A strong powerful message being sent to the crowd and with tears running down their faces, they said THANK YOU CANADA!