|Getting There |||East off of Crowchild Trail on 50th Avenue.|
|Cross Street |||Between 21A street and 22nd street.|
|Public Skating Hours: Sunday 1:30PM-3:00PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 20, 2009
Calgary Centennial Arenas is a private facility, owned and operated by the Southwest Arena Society, but that is available for public use at any time. There are two ice surfaces: the Blue Arena, which has an international-sized ice surface (100 x 200 feet) and can accommodate up to 500 spectators, and the Gold Arena, which has a regulation-sized (85 x 185 feet) ice surface and seating for up to 200. Plus, they have meeting room that can be booked for parties and functions.
In addition to public skating, this top-notch facility also offers a variety of programs including: roller hockey and roller ringette leagues, learn to skate, power skating, goalie schools, shinny hockey, summer hockey league and more. Between periods, you can grab a drink or a bite to eat at the concession stand. The Top Shelf Restaurant & Lounge has full service with a happy hour every night. A concession stand, meeting rooms and a pro shop are also available to accommodate. Come in, get your skates sharpened, enjoy a glide with the family and grab a snack to go if you wish.
Calgary Flames Hockey School takes place during the summer months, with programs designed for the regular or elite player. Professional instruction is given both on and off the ice. The Mount Royal College Hockey Camp is a day camp for ages 6 and up. Campers spend 2.5 hours on the ice daily and learn advanced skating skills.
Rates: For family skating, please check website or call extension 224 for rates.