Public skate sessions are the perfect way to enjoy some icy excitement and create lasting memories with family and friends. Sessions are first-come, first-served, and days and times vary. We strongly encourage you to check the schedule regularly, even in the hours before you head to the rink, as times are subject to change. Register in advance for Public Skate. Coupon and Pass holders must purchase/obtain their public skate admission on-site.
Admission is $10. Skate rentals are $3. You are welcome to bring your own skates if you have a pair. If someone in your party does not plan to skate, there is no admission fee. We offer Blue Seal Skate Assistants for small children at a rate of $10 per seal.
We also book large groups and offer special group rates for churches, youth groups, and clubs. You'll enjoy a discount on skate rentals, too.
Register in advance for Public Skate. Coupon and Pass holders must purchase/obtain their public skate admission on-site.
|1 to 19 people
|$13 per person (skate rental included)
|20 to 39 people
|$12 per person (skate rental included)
|40 or more
|$11 per person (skate rental included)
To ensure that your visit to the Pelham Civic Complex & Ice Arena is safe and enjoyable, the following rules apply to public skate sessions:
- Skaters must keep moving at all times. Please follow the designated skate flow on the ice.
- No excessive roughness, speedskating, weaving, or skating against the designated skate flow.
- No games, such as tag, are allowed on the ice or on the premises.
- No intentional sliding or diving on the ice.
- Do not kick or chip the ice or dasher boards.
- No more than two people may skate together holding hands. (No human chains)
- Do not sit on or lean over the dasher boards.
- Do not throw snowballs or any other objects on the ice or on the premises.
- Skaters are not permitted to carry children or other items, such as cameras, electronic devices, handbags, etc., on the ice.
- Equipment, such as hockey sticks, pucks, and balls, are not permitted on the ice during public skate sessions.
- Figure skating jumps and spins are not permitted during busy public skate sessions.
- Skates are not permitted in the bleachers or in any other unprotected areas of the building.
- Exits must remain unobstructed at all times.
- Food and drinks are not permitted on the ice.
- The use of tobacco products, alcohol, and illegal substances is prohibited on the premises.
- Penalty box doors must remain closed during public skate sessions.
- Only small children are allowed to use the Blue Seal Skate Assistants.
- Do not take anything that does not belong to you.
- During resurfacing, no one is allowed on the ice or in the penalty boxes.
- Doors to the arena must remain closed when the ice is being resurfaced.
- Do not record videos or take photos of others without their permission.
Assumption of Risk
Skaters and spectators are deemed to have knowledge of and assume the inherent risks of engaging in ice skating, including but not limited to the following:
- Injuries that result from collisions or contact with other skaters or other individuals who are on the ice skating surface or on the premises.
- Injuries that result from falls and cuts from skates.
- Injuries that involve objects or artificial structures that are within the intended path of travel of the skater or other individuals.