|When||August 11–21, 2006|
|Free Item(s)|| Red Face Paint,|
Blue Face Paint,
|Red Face Paint||Coffee Shop||No|
|Blue Face Paint||Pizza Parlor||No|
|Ice Skates||Snow Forts||No|
The Ice Rink was the center of attention as it served a tri-purpose. Those who bought the face paint cheered on in the stands. Meanwhile, many member penguins bought sport items to play in the Ice Rink. Often, the room became full and many penguins battled out for the puck. Makeshift matches took place, and each time the puck entered the net, the score was added onto the scoreboards. Usually, the team with the highest score won. The blue and red teams distinguished themselves from each other using the face paint or corresponding colored clothing.
The Ice Rink was also home to many bugs, especially the malfunctioning scoreboards. Even after tons of goals, the scoreboards never added an extra number or even displayed an incorrect score. The puck was also sometimes found outside of the playing field, and therefore out of reach of the penguins. This fueled many protests to fix it, as Ice Hockey was unplayable for long amounts of times. The scoreboards were eventually removed, and were promised to return after the issues were fixed. However, none returned.
- This was the first party to give a free feet item and face item to non-members.
- The party was extended on August 14th for 7 more days.
- On August 18th, the Ice Skates were released in the Snow Forts.
- The theme of this was party was one of the options players could vote on in issue 108 of the Club Penguin Times to decide what party would return a Surprise Party in November 2007. However, along with the Pirate theme, it lost to the Western theme. Despite this, many decorations from this party later returned at the Penguin Games in 2008.