Ice Arena Drop-in Information
Looking to play some noon hour hockey or enjoy a pleasant evening skate? Check out the arena drop-in information and hit the ice!
Come out for an exciting lunchtime workout. Limited to 20 players and two goalies on a first come, first served basis.
Limited to 20 players and 2 goalies.
First-come, first-served. Players can reserve their spot online or by calling 604-925-7270 starting at 6 p.m. the day before they wish to play.
After your spot is reserved, check in and pay at the front desk when you arrive at the Arena for your session.
*Please note there may not always be two goalies or enough players to form a full game.
Cost is $7.65 and goalies play for free.
Send us an email to add your name to the goalie list.
Kids, hit the ice and sharpen your skills!
Limited to 26 skaters (including parents) kids must be 13 years and under. There are 10 spaces available to register for an entire season (call 604-925-7270 to register).
Remaining 16 spaces are on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve your space call 604-925-7250 after 9 a.m. on the day you wish to play.
A maximum of 3 names will be taken per call. Drop-in participants must check in and pay at the start of the session. If you are not on time the spot will be released to the next person on the waiting list.
A helmet with a cage or visor, hockey gloves and a hockey stick are mandatory, however, full gear is recommended. No goalies, drills or scrimmages.
Note: Adults are only permitted on the ice when accompanying a child and MUST reserve a spot for themselves as well.
Looking to play some hockey? Limited to 26 skaters on a first come, first served basis. Skaters must be 14 years and older.
There are 10 spaces available to register for the entire season.
The remaining 16 spaces can be reserved after 9 a.m. on the day you wish to play. A maximum of three names will be taken per call.
Drop-in participants must check-in and pay at the start of the session. If not on time, the spot will be released to the next person on the waiting list. A helmet with a cage or visor, hockey gloves and a hockey stick are mandatory but full gear is recommended. No goalies, drills or scrimmages.
Note: If the Kids Stick & Puck Session fills up for a particular day, we will open the Open Stick & Puck Session for 12 and 13 year-olds, provided they wear full gear.
Join us for a co-ed class if for hockey beginners. Ideal for adults looking to learn hockey skills and are new skaters or those who can skate but have never had a stick in their hands before.
Participants will learn the fundamentals of skating, passing, stick handling, and shooting. This is a basic class designed for true beginners only. Full gear recommended but the minimum requirements are gloves, stick, skates, and a helmet. Helmets and skates are available for rent.
Come and enjoy a great instructor-lead program for all ability levels. This co-ed program offers hockey-specific drills that focus on stick and skating skills and positional play. Fitness and general conditioning will also be developed. This session is excellent for anyone looking to improve their game and for extra ice time. Goalies play for free.
This class is appropriate whether you are a brand new skater, a bit rusty or would like to fine-tune your basic skills. Skills include edges, stopping, backwards skating and crossovers. Private lessons are available for specialized figure skating or power skating skill development.
This session is a great opportunity for singles figure skaters to work on their jumps, spins and footwork. The perfect chance to get in a little extra practice time. This is not a lesson. There will be no instructors/coaches provided. Office opens at 8:30 a.m. for payment.
Need to rent some skates? Want to know more about skate sharpening services? Visit the arena amenities page for more information.