Jarome Iginla & Kinex Arenas
Jarome Iginla and Kinex Arenas are open for ice bookings.
For the latest information on what’s available, visit Welcome Back.
The Jarome Iginla & Kinex Arenas were founded in 1982 and offer indoor rink ice surfaces which are open year-round, making them great venues for public skating, figure skating, ice hockey, ball hockey, roller hockey or lacrosse. The facility also includes a Skybox Cafe, where you can enjoy a coffee or snack.
The Recreation & Parks Department has a dedicated crew of staff who maintain these surfaces and keep them safe for the public to enjoy.
Public skating is back at Kinex Arena on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
All skaters need to be pre-registered and arrive dressed for their activity
Public Skating Rules and Expectations for all Arenas
Pre-registration is required for every session and must be completed for each individual going onto the ice. For cancellations, please call 780-418-6088.
All individuals must sign in with the Public Skating Attendants prior to entering the arena. Photo ID will be required for one person in each group to confirm the booking.
Masks or face coverings (must cover the mouth and nose) are required inside the facility, including in the dressing rooms and on the bench. Participants may remove masks or face coverings when they are on the ice.
There is a maximum of 30 participants allowed at each Public Skating session. Participants are asked to come dressed for the activity and ready to participate.
Participants are to skate in the direction determined by the Public Skating Attendants. The direction will be switched midway through the session.
Participants are expected to maintain physical distancing at all times. This includes in the arena, in the dressing rooms, on the bench, and on the ice.
Children under 8 years of age must be actively supervised by a responsible individual 13 years of age or older.
Helmets are recommended and not provided.
Sticks and pucks, shinny, and figure skating are not permitted on the ice.
Chairs, strollers, shoes, sleds, and skate aids are not permitted on the ice.
There is a zero-tolerance policy for all individuals (skaters and spectators) swearing, fighting, refusing to show ID, sneaking on the ice, and being disrespectful. This behavior will result in immediate dismissal.
It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure they are compliant with all AHS guidelines. Any participants exhibiting signs related to COVID-19 will be asked to leave by the Public Skating Attendants.
Interested in booking ice time? Visit the bookings page
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Last edited: August 3, 2021