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Update: Verdun’s auditorium closed until February 22
Online reservation required (Details below) - Due to COVID-19, the provincial government has issued more restrictive measures for sports facilities
Reservations required on Loisirs Montréal (in French).
You can reserve time for recreational skating (open to everyone) or stick and puck (families with children 12 and under). Please note that due to the pandemic, schedules may change quickly and without notice.
To register, use the search engine, type in “Patin libre” or “Bâton-rondelle” to reserve. When you reserve, you must enter all group members, including parents (adults) and children, who will participate in the activity.
You can make a reservation two days in advance beginning at 8 a.m. The reservation period is 45 minutes and the maximum capacity is 18 people. The activity is free of charge. You can cancel or change your reservation by sending an e-mail to [email protected] or calling 514-765-7150.
There is a space where you can put on your skates, as changing rooms and bleachers are not accessible. There are no equipment loans or skate sharpening services at the arena for the time being.
You need a valid library or recreation card to create an account on loisirs.montreal.ca (in French).
Rules to follow
Residents must comply with all public health measures and health measures in effect, including physical distancing.
On the rink, children ages six and under must wear a protective helmet and gloves. An adult must be with them at all times.
- Air conditioning
- Changing rooms
- Changing table
- Drinking fountain
- Free Wi-Fi
- Nursing room
- Vending machine
- Access ramp
- Accessible parking
- Drop-off zone
- Ground-level entrance
- Wheel-chair accessible