RECREATION

Drop-in programs

Shinny

Shinny is a casual game of non-contact hockey. We offer both adult shinny, for people 18 and over, and youth shinny for people 13 to 17 years old, for a maximum of 30 skaters. Shinny can have up to 30 players and two goalies (goalies play for free). All players must wear:

  • Skates
  • Full equipment
  • Canadian Standard Association (CSA) approved helmet

Players are responsible for organizing themselves.

Skate programs

View the different skating activities we offer for families and individuals of all ages and abilities. Wheelchairs are welcome at all of our skating programs. Children nine and under must have a parent on the ice and children 10 to 12 years old must have a parent stay in the rink. Canadian Standard Association (CSA) approved hockey helmets are recommended for all recreational skaters.

Public skate

General public skate is open for skaters of all ages and abilities. There are 75 skaters allowed on the ice during public skates. Public skating is for casual skating only, not for drills or private lessons. 

Free adult and senior skate

Free adult skates are for skaters over 18 who want to practice their skating skills during leisure skates. Senior skates are for skaters over 60. There are 75 skaters allowed on the ice during free adult and senior skates.

Parent and tot skate

Parent and tot skates are for parents or adults to assist children under the age of six who are learning to skate. This program is great for children who want to skate in a slower-paced environment with the assistance of an adult. Adults 18 and over must accompany children on the ice. There are 30 skaters allowed on the ice during parent and tot skates.

Stick and puck

We offer Stick and Puck programs for both adults and families where skaters can practice how to shoot, pass and handle a stick. For family Stick and Puck, children must be over 4 years old and children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult over 18. A family can include up to two adults and three children. All skaters must wear a Canadian Standard Association (CSA) approved hockey helmet and bring their own hockey or ringette equipment. There are 30 skaters allowed on the ice during Stick and Puck programs.

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