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INFORMATION, PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Port Moody Curling Curling 
Winter curling programs start January 8. We're offering Learn to Curl 1 and Learn to Curl 2 plus Drop-in Curling on Sundays from 10:00am-12:00pm.  
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Skate Admissions & Rentals
Information on the cost of skating admissions, specialty skates, skate and helmet rentals and skate sharpening prices.  Read more
Figure Skate & Hockey Skate
Winter Skating Lessons & Hockey Programs
January 3 - March 11.  We offer Parent & Tot programs, Preschool levels, and School Age levels as well as Youth and Adult lessons. We also offer several hockey programs and power skating lessons. Read more
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Community Skate Sessions
We offer Parent & Tot skates, Family skates and Adult and Hockey options as well. Read more

Skate Schedule Holiday Skating Schedule
Our Holiday Skate Schedule runs from December 17-31 and includes the FREE CP Holiday Train Skate, Christmas Eve Skate, New Year's Eve skate and more! Read more
 UP COMING EVENT SKATES
Santa Skate
Santa Skate Sunday, December 11  1:00-4:15pm
A festive skating session for the whole family. Meet the big guy and enjoy treats and prizes.

Christmas Skates Christmas Eve Skate Saturday, December 24 1:00-3:00pm
Burn off some Christmas energy on the ice! Join us for treats, games, prizes and more!  
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End your year at the arena and enjoy some time on the ice playing games and lap skating.
HELMETS
CSA-approved helmets are MANDATORY for children 12 and under during all skate lessons and community skate sessions. During all Stick & Puck sessions, children are REQUIRED to wear a helmet with a face cage.

CSA-approved helmets are mandatory for adults attending all Stick & Puck as well as Drop-in Hockey programs. We suggest adults wear helmets during all community skate sessions.

Bicycle helmets are prohibited for ice sports as they do not offer appropriate protection during skating activities. Hockey, ski or snowboard helmets are recommended.
Last updated: 23/11/2016 5:52:57 PM