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Planet Rock Goes Cold

@ Planet Rock, 1103 W. 13 Mile Rd. Madison Heights, MI 48071
Join us for the ice climbing event of the year! Featuring activities designed to get you in gear for ice climbing season: professional demonstrations, dry-tooling routes that you can try out, ice equipment clinics, ice-axe pull-up competition, and a whole lot more! Even if your favorite winter activity is hibernation, we still have something for you: roaring fire and hot chocolate, anyone? At 7:00pm, Goes Cold will be screening the Michigan Ice Film. Win your way into free gear and swag. Raffle tickets are only $1! Get more tickets by donating your gently-used warm clothing benefitting the HOPE Warming Shelter.

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  • Planet Rock

    82 Aprill Dr., Ann Arbor Greater Ann Arbor Area

    (734) 827-2680

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