Welcome to the Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex Arenas
There are two ice pads located inside the Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex. The Vollmer Complex is home to the LaSalle Vipers Jr. B. Hockey Club. We were also proud to host the World Under 17 Hockey Tournament in 2011/2012.
Rink A is a NHL regulation sized ice pad, with seating for up to 1,000 people. There are overhead heaters, accessible seating and access to dressing rooms.
This rink is available for naming rights. Contact us for more information.
Gary L. Parent CAW Rink
The Gary L. Parent CAW Rink is a NHL regulation sized ice pad, with seating for up to 200 people. There are overhead heaters, accessible seating and access to dressing rooms.
For more information about renting an ice pad, contact the Vollmer Complex at 519-969-7771, ext. 4105.
For information about having a skating birthday party at the Vollmer Complex, visit our Birthday Party page.
We offer many different kinds of public skating:
- Parent & Tot Skate: Open to children under the age of 5 and their parent/guardian
- Public Skating: Open to all ages
- Figure Skating: Open to all figure skaters
- Fitness Skating: Open to adults over 16 years
Click here to go to the Skating Schedules page
Sponsor an Arena Seat
All of the arena seats in Rink A can be sponsored. For $250, you can choose an unnamed seat and let us know what you would like displayed on the seat. For more information, contact the Department of Culture and Recreation at 519-969-7770, ext. 1235.
General Arena Rules
- The Vollmer Complex strongly recommends that all skaters wear a CSA-approved hockey helmet for your own safety and protection.
- Skate admission bands must be prominently displayed on clothing or skates.
- Patrons must respect, listen to and follow instructions from staff.
- Please report all accidents or injuries to staff right away.
- Please do not carry children while skating. No chairs or strollers are allowed on the ice.
- No food or drink is allowed on the ice.
- No excessive erratic skating is allowed.
- Everyone on the ice must wear skates.
- Children 7 years and younger must be accompanied and supervised directly by a guardian who is 14 years or older. Maximum of 3 children per guardian.