MACON, Ga. — The weather was not the only thing cooling people down on Sunday.

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Skaters hit the ice rink to show off their skills at the Macon Coliseum.

We caught up with some skaters who say they had a hard time trying not to fall on the ice.

"I've been falling on my butt a lot, and its been really hard for me out here lately," Noah Capra said.

Tickets are $10 per person and $8 dollars for active duty military with identification.

There are also season passes available for $120 per person at the box office.

Groups of 10 people or more can get tickets for $8 per person. To book a group, email MCP-Info@spectraxp.com

The website says skaters who are under the age of 18 must be escorted by an adult.

If you haven't been ice skating yet, don't worry. Folks have until late February to hit the ice. Ice skating session times and dates are available on the Macon Coliseum website.  

You can buy your tickets online using ticket master. You can also get them at the box office at the first of each month.

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