TRY CROKICURL! ASK A RINK ATTENDANT TO HELP YOU LEARN HOW TO PLAY.

WARMING CHALET HOURS OF OPERATION:

MONDAY–FRIDAY:

 11:30am – 1:00pm

 5:00pm – 9:00pm

 SATURDAY & SUNDAY:

 11:30am – 5:00pm

 

DO YOU NEED SKATES?

We have skates in a variety of sizes at the Warming Chalet for you to borrow.

JANUARY 19

PARA-HOCKEY WITH HOCKEY SASKATCHEWAN

JANUARY 21

REGINA FOLK FEST SKATE PARTY

JANUARY 25

LEARN TO BROOMBALL WITH BROOMBALL SASKATCHEWAN

JANUARY 27

RESTAURANT WEEK
DATE NIGHT

FEBRUARY 3-12: FROST REGINA (Rink is open, Learn to Skate with Canskate, Learn to Ringette on February 10, Learn to Crokicurl on February 12)

REGINA DOWNTOWN PUBLIC SKATING GUIDELINES

A Regina Downtown Rink Attendant will be present while the Warming Chalet is open.

Helmet use is highly recommended for all skaters.

Please do not carry infants on the ice due to risk of injury.

Wheelchairs are allowed but should travel in the same direction as the skaters and not interfere with the flow of skating.

The following are not allowed on the ice during Free Skate:

  • food or beverages
  • hockey equipment
  • personal listening devices
  • excessive speed
  • swearing, acting out, fighting
  • smoking, drugs, alcohol
  • walking sticks, toboggans
  • wagons, baby strollers, child car seats,
    baby carriers

Those displaying unacceptable behaviour on or off the ice will be asked to leave.

During extreme cold weather, The Rink may be closed for safety of skaters and staff. Stay tuned to our social media for updates. 

Regina Downtown is not responsible for any injuries sustained or items lost or stolen.

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