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Georgina Ice Palace and Georgina Sutton Arena 

PDF icon Spring and summer drop in skating schedule (146.26 KB)

All skating programs (parent and tots, public skating, all abilities skate, sledge hockey, ticket ice, shinny hockey and family stick and puck) require preregistration. For all the available dates and times visit our online recreation registration system. Register online today!

Pefferlaw Ice Pad

Closed for the season.
Thank you for a great season and we will see you next year!

Unsupervised and use at own risk

38 Pete's Lane, Pefferlaw

This outdoor skating facility is located in Pefferlaw. It is a 80 x 180 ft open air facility with hockey boards and a roof.
This is an unsupervised ice pad - use at own risk.
COVID-19 protocols are in place. COVID-19 protocols are to be self regulated.  
Pre-registration is not required for this outdoor facility. No admission charge.

If rules, etiquette of play, capacity limits and COVID-19 protocols are not followed, the Town will close this amenity.

Prior to attending PIP, please read

PDF icon Rules and etiquette of play (210.17 KB)

COVID-19 protocols

The following protocol will be implemented implementing in accordance with provincial regulations. Prior to your arrival to our faciltiies, we ask that all patrons familiarize themselves with these safety procedures and protocols as they have changed and will be enforced.  

For the latest information, news and updates on COVID-19 in Georgina, visit the Town's COVID-19 information page.

Please be patient and respectful with Town staff as they begin implementing these provincial and York Region Public Health protocols.  

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Public skating

Public skating provides a relaxed skate for all ages. This is a great way to spend time with family and friends while staying physically active. CSA-approved helmets are strongly recommended. All participants must wear skates. Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

No sticks, pucks, chairs, strollers or sleds are permitted on the ice surface. Learn-to-skate aids are not permitted. All participants must wear skates.

For beginner skaters who require a learn-to-skate aid, please register for all abilities skate times (all ages) or parent and tot skate times (five years and under).

 

All abilities skate

All Abilities Skating sessions are designed for beginners and individuals of all ages and abilities to enjoy and experiencing ice skating. All Abilities skating a unique opportunity to improve health and independence, while also providing an important social interaction with peers. Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

CSA-approved helmets are strongly recommended.

No sticks, pucks, chairs, strollers or sleds are permitted on the ice surface. Learn-to-skate aids are permitted but will not be provided (must be CSA approved). All participants must wear skates.

Family sticks and pucks

Family Sticks and Pucks provides an upbeat environment for families to improve skating, stick handling, puck control, passing, and other skating/hockey related skills. Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

  • This drop-in session is not intended for drop-in hockey.
  • All participants must wear a CSA approved helmet.
  • There should be one adult on the ice surface for each group (up to six people total).
  • Participants under 18 years of age must wear a full cage. Hockey gloves are highly recommended.
  • Organized hockey drills and use of pylons is prohibited.
  • Please share the ice fairly, no slap shots.

 

Parent and tot skate

Skating is fun, and great exercise for you and your tot. Teach them the basics and fundamental skating skills they need to be confident on the ice. Geared toward children five years of age and under and their parents/caregivers. CSA-approved helmets are strongly recommended. Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

No sticks, pucks, chairs, strollers or sleds are permitted on the ice surface. Learn-to-skate aids are permitted but not provided (must be CSA approved). All participants must wear skates.

 

Pay skate (figure skating - ticket ice)

Pay figure skating is for recreational figure skaters who wish to practice individual skating skills, freestyle and stroking elements. This time is not intended for beginner level skaters. Instruction is not provided.  Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

Adult pay hockey (17yrs+)

A competitive but friendly fast-paced session for all hockey lovers looking for some ice time. Open to both novice and experienced players alike. Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

Aggressive play will not be tolerated. Full hockey equipment required.

Older adult pay hockey (55+)

Older adult drop-in hockey is designed for individuals 55 years and older. Aggressive play will not be tolerated. Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

CSA approved helmets and hockey gloves are required. Full hockey equipment recommended.

Older adult skate

Come out and enjoy friendship and exercise. All skating abilities are welcome. CSA-approved helmets are strongly recommended for all participants. Geared towards older adults 55 years or older. Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

Sledge hockey

Sledge hockey is an innovative team sport that incorporates the same rules and discipline structure as ice hockey. Players sit on specially designed sleds with skate blades under the seat. Use your arms to propel yourself by digging the picks, on the ends of two short hockey sticks, into the ice, pulling yourself forward. You have a right and a left stick (the blades are curved differently) that are miniature copies of a typical hockey stick, except for the metal picks (like figure skate toe picks) on the ends. You shoot, pass, and propel yourself with them. Come out and try this sport today! Pre-registration is required for each session you wish to attend.

Sledges and sticks will be provided on-site (limited supply of equipment available and are first come first serve). CSA-approved helmets are required but not provided.

Program refund, cancellation and termination policy

For the program refund, cancellation and termination policy, refer to the program registration webpage for the full details.

Program protocols
  • Attendees are encouraged to arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the program start time.
  • Attendees are expected to self-assess prior to attending program and any person experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms are expected to stay home.
  • For any child (under 10yrs), a parent/caregiver (16yrs+) must remain on site for the duration of the program.
  • Any person that does not abide by the program protocol will be asked to remove themselves from the program area/facility.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available onsite.
  • Public washroom facilities will be available onsite.