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CURLING
Port Moody Curling Curling
The curling season runs from September to Mid March! City of Port Moody Curling programs run throughout this time and include Learn to Curl Level 1 and Learn to Curl Level 2.  Read more
 SKATING INFORMATION, PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Pink pants with skates Skate Admissions & Rentals
Public skating begins on October 16, 2018. Information on the cost of skating admissions, specialty skates, skate and helmet rentals and skate sharpening prices can be found HERE
Figure Skate & Hockey Skate
Skating, Lessons & Hockey Programs
Due to the Arena 2 closure September lessons have been cancelled and October lessons dates have changed. Impacted participants have been contacted directly. For an up to date schedule and to register for October skating programs please use our online registration system
Girls skating Community Skates Schedule and Descriptions
Drop-in skating will resume on October 16, 2018.  
 UP COMING EVENT SKATES & PRO-D DAY TOONIE SKATES
Ice skating Pro-D Day Skate Fri, Oct.19 1:00-3:00pm $2.00
Halloween Skate Sun, Oct.28 1:00-4:15pm $3.50
Pro-D Day Skate Fri, Nov.9 1:00-3:00pm $2.00
Moustache Skate Sun, Nov.18 1:00-4:15pm $3.50
Children must be at least 10 years of age to visit the Recreation Complex and Arena without adult supervision. Children 9 years and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times, unless they are enrolled in a lesson, camp or program.

All children 7 years and under must be accompanied on ice by a parent/adult supervisor.

Strollers are welcome.  Children in strollers must be a minimum of 12 months and wear a helmet.
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: 03/10/2018 12:06:52 PM