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Public Skate & Arena Programs

City of Peterborough Arena Division

The Arena Division strives to provide many public programs to facilitate the use of all of our facilities. 

Program Definition Schedule  
Price Per Person
PLEASE NOTE: Program dates and times are subject to change or cancellation without notice 
Public Skating
  • Open to the public
  • For people of all ages
  • CSA approved helmets are recommended
  • Approved skating assistant items permitted
  • Hockey sticks/nets prohibited
  • Skates required

Schedule

$4.00 per skater

Senior Skating
  • Open to individuals 55+
  • CSA approved helmets are recommended
  • Approved skating assistant items permitted
  • Skates required

Schedule

$3.00 per skater

Adult Pay-As-You-Play Hockey
  • Open to the public
  • For individuals 18+
  • Two hockey nets provided
  • Hockey equipment recommended
  • Skates required
  • Non-instructional

Schedule

$7.00 per skater

 

For more information, contact the Arena Division Office at 705-742-7777 x2577 during regular business hours Monday to Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm excluding holidays. 

Skaters Code of Conduct

  • CSA Approved helmets are strongly recommended. 
  • No participants are to enter the ice surface area until the resurfacer is off the ice and the resurfacer door is closed.
  • Children 10 years and under must be accompanied and supervised by a guardian 14 years or older.
  • No food or drink on ice surface.
  • No horseplay/games/tag in any area of the facility.
  • No erratic/excessive speed skating or figure skating. 
  • No balls/pucks/chairs/pylons/strollers/sticks or any other item which might interfere with the safety of any skater while on the ice surface 
  • No headsets, cell phones or hand held electronic devices to be used while skating.
  • Carrying of children is not permitted on the ice surface.
  • No sitting on the boards.
  • Skate in constant flow and in the direction of all skaters. 
  • Skaters are required to conduct themselves appropriately at all times - this includes no cursing or swearing. 
  • Alcohol is prohibited.
  • Excluding helmets, hockey equipment is not permitted. 
  • Wheelchairs are permitted on the ice once the wheels have been cleaned.
  • Persons accompanying those in wheelchairs or ice sledges must wear skates and be skilled skaters. 
  • All participants are required to wear skates - no footwear other than skates on the ice. 
  • The use of approved skating aids will be permitted on the ice during applicable general public skating programs.
  • Respect and cooperate with Staff. They are there for everyone's safety. 

Maximum Skaters: Northcrest 140 - PMC/Kinsmen 150 - Evinrude 160