Skating

Public skating is unavailable for the spring season. Please check back in July.

Schedules & Program Descriptions

Public skating programs are finished for the season and will resume in July. Please check back then for schedules. 

  • Admission rates apply.
  • All arenas are cash only and small bills are appreciated! 
  • Equipment rentals are not available at any of our facilities. 

Review the following public program descriptions to find a program that is right for you. 

Public Ice Skating

Recreational ice skating for all ages. Children ages seven and under must be accompanied on the ice by an adult wearing skates. Children ages 12 and under are required to wear a helmet; helmets are strongly recommended for youth and adults. No sticks or pucks are permitted. 

*Please note that skating may be interrupted should the ice require re-surfacing. This is necessary for your safety and enjoyment of use. 

Both Brock and Valleyview Arenas allow patrons in wheelchairs on the ice during public skating sessions. Helmets are mandatory for both the person in the wheelchair and their attendant. Attendants must wear skates.

Stick and Puck (13+ years)

For players 13 years and older. All participants are required to wear a helmet and gloves. Bring your own stick and puck. No goalies, slap shots, or scrimmages are permitted. The program is monitored by Skate Patrol. Maximum of 30 participants.

Teen Stick and Puck (13-18 years)

For 13-18 year olds. All participants are required to wear a helmet and gloves. Bring your own stick and puck. No goalies, slap shots, or scrimmages are permitted. The program is monitored by Skate Patrol. Maximum of 30 participants.

Family Stick and Puck

For children ages 12 and under to play with their adult guardians. All participants are required to wear a helmet and gloves. Children must be accompanied on the ice by an adult. Please bring your own stick and puck. No goalies, slap shots, or scrimmages are permitted. The program is monitored by Skate Patrol. Maximum of 30 participants.

Adult Drop-in Hockey (19+ years)

Self-organized, non-contact program; full gear and helmets are mandatory. The program is not monitored by Skate Patrol. Players are expected to officiate themselves. Maximum of 30 participants. A waiver must be signed prior to entering the program. 

Teen Drop-in Hockey

Drop-in hockey program geared towards two different teen age groups: First hour is for teens 13-15 years old and the second hour for teens 16-18 years old. These are self-organized and non-contact programs. Full gear and CSA helmets with visors or cages are mandatory. Players are expected to officiate themselves. Skate Patrol will be present. Maximum 30 participants. 

The following Value-Added programs are offered free of charge. Skate at your own risk: these programs are not monitoried by Skate Patrol.

Preschool Skating

Recreational ice skating for children ages six and under. The parent/ caregiver is required to accompany and supervise the child on the ice and wear skates. Helmets are mandatory for children and strongly recommended for the parent/caregiver. Skate at your own risk, this program is not monitored by Skate Patrol.

Family Skating

Recreational ice skating for families only (children ages 12 and under). Helmets are required for children and strongly recommended for adults. No sticks or pucks. The parent/guardian must accompany child(ren) on the ice and wear skates.  Skate at your own risk, this program is not monitored by Skate Patrol.

Adults Only Skating (19+ years)

Recreational ice skating for adults only. Skate at your own risk. This program is not monitored by Skate Patrol. No sticks or pucks; helmets are strongly recommended.

Seniors Only Skating (55+ years)

Recreational ice skating for seniors only (55+). Skate at your own risk. This program is not monitored by Skate Patrol. No sticks or pucks; helmets are strongly recommended.