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Faciltiy Public Skating at the Brockville Memorial Centre and Youth Arena

Arena Rental Rates 2018/2019

Public Skating Schedule 2018/2019

Facility Booking

Prime Time Ice Availability at a Reduced Rental Rate

Prime Time is during the following time period: Monday - Friday from 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays. Unused Prime Time Ice is available at a reduced rate of $75.00/hour plus HST for the 2018-2019 Skating Season.
Call 613-341-2277 or 613-342-8772 x 3238 

Brockville Memorial Centre, Magedoma Drive, 613-342-8775

Centennial Youth Arena, Broadway Avenue, 613-342-2515

Arenas and Facilities Contact  Person                 
613-342-8772 x 3238                                         
arenas@brockville.com

 


Arenas and Facilities

The Arenas and Facilities Division is responsible for the management and programming of the City's two arena facilities including the Brockville Memorial Civic Centre and the Centennial Youth Arena. The Brockville Memorial Civic Centre, constructed in 1981 consists of a 52,000 sq. ft. building comprising an arena with a seating capacity of 1,800 and a 350 seat community hall complete with its own independent kitchen facilities. The facility is located on Magedoma Blvd. within the Memorial Park recreation complex.  The arena serves as headquarters for the Brockville Braves Junior A Hockey Club and the Brockville Tikis Junior B Hockey Club. The ice surface is in operation from September until April of each year. During the summer months the ice pad is used by community groups for such activities as trade fairs, multi-cultural fairs, dog shows, etc. The community hall, consisting of stage, kitchen and bar facilities can accommodate banquets and receptions as well as other recreational programming. The Centennial Youth Arena is located on Broadway Avenue in the City's east end. Major users of the arena include the Brockville Minor Hockey Association and Brockville Figure Skating Club. Public skating and private rentals to schools, adult groups and individual youth groups are also available. The division is also responsible for the maintenance of city-owned buildings.

Outdoor Rinks & Toboggan Hill

Weather/conditions permitting, the City’s toboggan hill is located at Memorial Park (Laurier Blvd. at Bridlewood) in the City’s north end. Weather/conditions permitting, the City has outdoor rinks with natural ice at Memorial Park (Laurier Blvd. at Bridlewood) in the City’s north end from January to mid-March. 

The newly revitalized Rotary Park (King St. W. at Gilmour St.), just west of the downtown core, has an artificially chilled natural ice hockey rink open early December to the end of March. Saturday and Sunday mornings from 9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday evenings from 6 pm - 7:30 pm. is reserved for skating only. Monday evenings from 5 pm to 6:30 pm is Girls Only hockey.

The Rotary Park also has a synthetic ice rink. Skating (no hockey) is available daily from November to April.

Rotary Park

Rotary Park offers year-round free activities for all ages, including a splash pad, accessible play area, skateboard park, Ontario’s first paved bicycle pump track, and basketball court. In the winter, there is a newly covered hockey rink with refrigeration system that provides ice from December through March, and a synthetic ice surface that is especially popular with beginning skaters. There are washrooms and a skate change hut. Ample public parking is available around the park, and it is immediately adjacent to the Brock Trail.

Outdoor Rinks and Toboggan Hill Rotary Park and Memorial Park hours of operation and details.


    
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