Seniors Only Skate (55+):
Date: September 1, 2015 - March 31, 2016
General Public Skating:
Monday to Thursday
Saturday and Sunday
Please visit our CANCELLATIONS page for up to date information:
Date: October 14, 2015 - March 31, 2016
Parent and Tot Skate
*Strollers and skating aids ARE permitted during Parent and Tot sessions.
*Skate rentals will be offered FREE of charge during Parent and Tot sessions.
*All other regular rules and rates apply during this session
Date: February 15, 2016
Cambridge Ice Centre is open on Family Day. Regular public skate schedules and rates will apply.
General Public Skate Rules
For the skating pleasure and safety of all skaters, please obey posted information and Ice Ambassadors at all times
· Cambridge Ice Centre Ice Ambassador’s, and volunteers are authorized to evict persons not obeying the rules. (Cambridge Centre security will be called as required)
· Management reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.
· Please respect other skaters.
· Please make sure your admittance sticker is visible at all times.
· Do not proceed on the ice until the Zamboni is off the ice and the gates are closed.
· Children under the age of 9 must be accompanied by an adult (Cambridge Centre security will be called as required).
The following are prohibited from the ice rink:
· Food and beverages
· Tobacco products
· Alcoholic beverages
· Illegal drugs are not permitted on the premises
· Maintain a safe controlled speed
· Skate in the same direction
· Beginner skaters only in the centre circle (or as marked)
· Avoid weaving in and out of other skaters (ice ambassador’s discretion)
· Helmets are recommended
· Penalty box are out of bounds
· Wheelchairs are allowed on the ice (attendants must wear spikies or skates)
FOR THE REASON OF SAFETY THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT PERMITTED DURING GENERAL PUBLIC SKATE SESSIONS
· Speed skates
· Games (crack the whip, tag, horseplay etc.)
· Snowball throwing
· Hockey sticks, Ringette sticks, pucks or balls
· Personal music devices (MP players, walkmans etc.)
· Skating aids, chairs, strollers or buggies
· Skating backwards
· Standing around, please keep moving at all times
· Holding children in arms while skating
· Jumps, spins or other figure skating routines
· Sitting on the rink boards
· Chipping or gouging the ice with skates
· Persons not wearing skates or spikies
ASSUMPTION OF RISK:
Skaters and spectators are deemed to have knowledge of and assume the inherent risks include, but are not limited to:
a) Injuries from collisions or contact with other individuals on the ice surface
b) Injuries from falls
c) Injuries from pucks, sticks and other hockey equipment that may cause injury during routine activities connected to the sport