Public Skate and Stick & Puck
Public skate is a great time for all levels of skaters from beginners to advanced to come and practice skating! It is a laid back time full of great music and fun!
Although not required, helmets are strongly recommended. We do not have rental helmets but we do have rental skates for all ages!
For younger skaters, we do have skate aids but the availability is limited. During public skating, we ask that sticks and pucks are kept off of the ice.
** This schedule is subject to change**
Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE
A Skating Pass gets you entry to our public skate. Passes are purchased for the specific time that we have scheduled. You cannot come late and stay for the next skating time without buying another skating pass.
Skate Pass: $7/ person
Rental Skates: $5
Skater's Responsibility Code
For your safety and enjoyment, the following rules must be followed:
A skating pass must be purchased before going on the ice
You are skating at your own risk
Do not go on the ice without skates. Do not wear skates in the stands
Keep exits clear. Do not sit on the dasher boards. Before getting on the ice look for oncoming skaters
Always stay in control and be able to stop to avoid other skaters. People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid hitting them or disrupting them
While on the ice keep moving. Do not stop where you will obstruct other skaters
Do not skate in groups. No eating or drinking on the ice.
No speeding, tag, weaving, roughness, or throwing of any objects
Do not carry children or other items while you are skating
Rink equipment can be dangerous. Stay off the ice when resurfacing is in progress
Obey the monitors and staff. Report hazards to the monitors or staff
This is just a partial list. You are ultimately responsible for your personal safety. Use caution and skate under control. Respect other skaters. the rinks monitors and staff cannot guarantee safety and will not protect your from injury. It is part of your responsibility to avoid other skaters and hazards. MRC reserves the right to remove any skater who does not follow the rules or is a risk to themselves or other skaters.
Stick & Puck
Stick & Puck is a great time to come out and work on your hockey skills! Players of all levels are welcome. Come work on your skills or throw together a pick up game with others that show up!
* A full set of hockey gear is required to be on the ice during Stick & Puck.