The Community Center houses three indoor, regulation-size sheets of ice, and hosts a variety of activities, including open skating, developmental skating, learn to skate lessons and birthday parties, as well as hockey and figure skating programs.
The Community Center is reopened at 25% capacity, per the governor’s Stay Safe Order with member-only access.
Rink 2 and 3 are both open to youth sport organizations, and will open to more users as restrictions are lifted.
Skating lessons will resume in a modified format, once further guidelines are in place to ensure the safety of participants and staff.
The Community Center offers a variety of public skating opportunities including Open Skate, Tot Skate, Adult Open Skate and Adult Open Hockey. Open skate times available in the schedules listed above. All non-member skaters must pay at the Community Center front desk prior to taking to the ice.
|Non-Member Open Skating
|Toddlers (ages 18 months–4 years)
|Youth (ages 5–18)
|Adults (ages 19+)
|Family (max 5 people same address)
For Information regarding Developmental Hockey and Developmental Figure Skating, please contact Bob Lanzi.