Notice regarding the Peterborough Sr Lakers Games at the Evinrude Centre

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Exterior of Evinrude Cntre

Peterborough, ON – The Peterborough Century 21 Lakers will play all home games at the Evinrude Centre for the remainder of the 2019 season. In anticipation of a very busy venue the City would like to provide the following information for all ticket holders and visitors on game nights.

Game time and entry

Doors are scheduled to open to both the Freedom Mobile Pad and Evinrude Banquet Hall at 7 p.m. with all game times beginning at 8 p.m. General facility access will be available via the main arena entrance and additional access areas will include:

  • Freedom Mobile Pad: upper viewing area for all ticket holders
  • Evinrude Banquet Hall: via entrance from lower level lobby for all ticket holders (exterior access not permitted for hall entry)

All tickets will be for assigned seating and standing in the Freedom Mobile Pad. Accessible seating and limited mobility seats are available.


Please review the Evinrude Centre’s conditions of entry as they will be strictly enforced. Conditions of entry can be found at

Outside food and beverages will not be permitted at the Freedom Mobile Pad or the Evinrude Banquet Hall. Smoking will only be permitted outside the main facility entrance and banquet hall entrance, at least 9 metres from any entrances. Tickets will be required for re-entry into both ticketed areas without exceptions.

Parking and traffic

Fans are encouraged to plan ahead, arrive early, carpool or use Peterborough Transit. Onsite parking is expected to be in high demand. Access to the back parking lot off High Street will not be available, therefore on-site parking will be limited to the front lot off Monaghan Road. We have on-site accessible parking spaces in the main lot available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a drop-off area at the front of the building.  

Alternate parking locations near the Evinrude Centre are available at the Canadian Canoe Museum, 910 Monaghan Rd. and Lansdowne Place Mall in designated parking area near the Lansdowne and High Street intersection. Note: Overflow at the Canoe Museum will not be available for the June 6th game. Please obey all on-site and surrounding areas parking restrictions and ensure that your vehicle does not impede other visitors or block routes for emergency response vehicles.

Traffic on Monaghan Road is expected to be heavier than usual between 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Please plan ahead and allow plenty of time to get to the venue and find parking. There will be no charge for parking at the Evinrude Centre or either overflow parking locations.


Tickets will go on sale every Monday before each game. Please visit, phone 705-743-3561 or buy tickets in person at the Baker Tilly Box Office at the PMC between 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. There will be a limit of 4 tickets per person per game, and there are no reserved seats for season ticket holders.

All tickets must be printed and presented to door staff to gain entry and re-entry into the Freedom Mobile Pad and Evinrude Banquet Hall. For those fans that choose to have their tickets held at the box office “Will Call”, please bring the order confirmation number or photo ID to pick up tickets. On game days, the “Will Call” will be open until 5 p.m. at the Baker Tilly Box Office at the PMC and starting again at 6 p.m. at the Evinrude Centre for all pre-purchased tickets. Only remaining Banquet Hall tickets will be for sale at the Evinrude Centre between 6 and 8 p.m.

General Facility Access

Members of the general public attending the facility for activities on the Leon’s Peterborough Pad will not require tickets or authorized access into the facility. Same traffic reminders and parking restrictions will apply.


For further information, members of the media are invited to contact the undersigned:

Brad Putnam- Community Arena Operations Manager

Arena Division- City of Peterborough