Skatetown is only open for limited programs that enable us to operate safely.
Online registration is required.
- Freestyles sessions. These sessions allow more serious figure skaters a chance to practice their individual programs to music and to elevate their skills with advanced moves such as spins and jumps. They are designed for skaters Freestyle 1 and up.
- Learn to skate practice session (For skaters currently enrolled in a 4, 8 or 13-week Learn to Skate Class. Instruction not included.)
- Drop-in hockey
- Adult skills & drills
Public sessions and birthday parties are not offered at this time.
Hockey players must dress outside. You are welcome to put your skates on inside the building.
Face coverings are required both on and off the ice for hockey programs. If you can't wear a mask, you must wear a face shield.
Neck gaiters or “splash guards” are acceptable facial coverings.
Spectators are not allowed for adult hockey games
See reopening plan for more details.
Please review the following reopening plans: 1) Skatetown Ice Arena 2) Wine Country Curling 3) Capital Youth Thunder
Did you know that high humidity has been shown in numerous studies to protect against seasonal flu outbreaks, and studies suggest that high humidity may also reduce the transmission of the Covid-19 virus.
40-50% relative humidity may be ideal to reduce the spread of the virus. The humidity at Skatetown is typically around 50%. By maintaining these levels, it is possible for Skatetown to contribute to a healthier, safer indoor environment! CLICK HERE for more information.
Please continue to check our website and social media pages for further updates.