Freestyle sessions offer figure skaters a great way to get extra time on the ice without all the disruptions of a public session. Sessions are usually offered every week day but be sure to check the rink calendar for up to date times. Cost: $20 per Session Cost $180 per 10 Sessions
No checking allowed Under 18 years old only Full equipment required Goalies are free (must have account on registration system and call ahead to sign up for session)
Offered daily, Public Sessions are a great way to get some extra skating practice in or go skating with friends & family! Be sure to check the rink calendar for up to date times. Note: During busy times of the year, we may section off part of the ice surface for part of the session for Learn To Skate classes.
Price: $20 per session Attendance is restricted to 30 players and 4 goalies No checking allowed Players must be 18 years old or older Full equipment is required. Goalies are free (must have account on registration system and call ahead to sign up for session) Please check the Rink Calendar for additional dates and times.
A fun program for families to skate together, do drills together and experience the game of hockey like never before! This is an unstructured, uncoached program. Feel free to come in with some of your neighbors for a friendly scrimmage on part of the ice or to use another part of the ice for practice with your family members. Note: slap shots or shots above the knee are not allowed – young players have the right of way on the ice! Full equipment is required for players under age 18. Players 18 and over can play with Hockey Helmet, Hockey Gloves and Hockey Skates.
The Beginner Clinic is our “Introduction to Hockey” program designed to introduce young beginners to the game of hockey. It is intended for players age 10 and under. The focus of the program is on skill development in order to prepare the players to move into one of our house league or travel hockey programs. The program is coached by our staff of professional instructors, assisted by local travel hockey players. Sessions are on Monday and Sunday afternoons on “The Pond”.
Learn to Play is a program that provides a unique opportunity for families to join the hockey community and for participants to develop fundamental skills to help them succeed both on and off the ice. Created jointly by the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and the National Hockey League (NHL). Learn to Play’s goal is to inspire youth and welcome more families into the hockey community.