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Public Ice Skating is over until August 5th
Check back in August for the new skating schedule.
(Adults 30+, see info about drop-in Spring skating below).

Inline Skating and Ball Hockey are IN, starting April 1st!
From April 1st to June 5th, Family Inline and Ball Hockey drop-in sessions are on Tuesdays and Fridays, 11:30 am - 12:45 pm.  Admission is $2 per person.

Seeing signs of Spring fever in your kids?  Help them expend that surplus energy by registering them in our dry floor programs (ball hockey, inline skating and learn-to-play lacrosse).  These sessions are popular and going fast! 

Drop-in Ice Skating for Adults (30+) in the Curling Rink
A great addition to your fitness program.  Tuesdays and Fridays, 11:30 am - 12:45 pm.  Admission is $3.80/person. 

Cancellations to any of the above drop-in sessions will be listed in our Recreation Calendar.  Make sure to refer to it before coming down!

Spring Skate Lessons, including Hockey & Power Skating Classes! 
Our curling ice is turned into a mini-arena for Spring lessons.  We have lots to offer for all ages and levels!  Get more information in the Skating section of our Happening Guide, SignMeUp or call 604.469.4556 or 604.469.4561.  Did you know you can join lessons which have already started? If there is available space, pay only for the remaining lessons!  If you're unsure what level to register in, call 604.469.4731 to book an evaluation.

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 mandary 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: 28/03/2014 4:08:25 PM