Check out all of the great programming made available to the public throughout the year at NCRC! To see an updated calendar of when these programs are available, just click here.
Public Skating, also known as “Open Skate”, is a great activity for skaters of all ages to hit the ice and skate with their families and friends! Admission is only $5.00, and we have skates available to rent for $4.00/pair.
Stick Time sessions are open to players and parents who’re looking for practice time on the ice. These sessions are perfect for those looking to improve their stick handling, skating, and passing. Full equipment is strongly recommended, but a helmet and gloves ARE required. Admission: $10.00/person
*Note: Pick-up hockey games are not permitted during any stick time session.
Drop-In Hockey is open to all hockey players 16 years or older. These sessions are great for pickup games, stick and shoot, or just passing the time with your friends. It’s also a great way to meet new players from around the area. Admission is $10/person, but the first two goalies each session get free admission.
Learn to Skate
NCRC offers Learn to Skate classes throughout the year. These classes are for all ages, kids through adults, and are a great way to learn how to skate or improve your skills. For more information, please contact Alexis, our Skating Director.
Freestyle sessions are great times for figure skaters to hit the ice to keep their skills sharp or set up lessons with a certified coach. Admission is $10/hr, and punch cards with added value are available. Please contact our Skating Director, Alexis, to learn more about our freestyle and figure skating programs.
All persons entering or using the North Central Recreation Center or its facilities, do so entirely at their own risk (skate at your own risk) and shall have no claim for injury of any nature whatsoever against the owners, management, staff, clubs or affiliates of the North Central Recreation Center.
The use of protective equipment is highly encouraged (helmets, knee/elbow pads, athletic supporters, etc.). Ice Skating can be hazardous and the North Central Recreation Center will not be held responsible for any loss or injury incurred regardless of its nature.