Skating Schedules at the Vollmer Complex

Effective September 6 to December 23

Advanced registration is recommended for recreation skating. Registration can be completed quickly online!

Click here to register for skating

Parent and Tot Skating

This special skating time is for preschool-aged children and their parents/guardians. Come out to enjoy some time on the ice where your child can develop their skating skills.

Fees:

  • Under 2: Free
  • 2-4 years: $3.50
  • Adults: $4.00

For: Parents with young children (0-4)

Monday/Tuesday/Thursday: 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Adult Skating

For those who are looking to get some exercise while skating on the ice. Hockey sticks are allowed but please note that pucks are prohibited.

Fees:

  • Adults: $4.00

For: Adults 18+

Monday/Tuesday/Thursday: 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Drop-In Figure Skating

This is a drop-in program for recreational figure skaters to practice their skating skills.

Fee: $9.00

For: Youth 7+, children under 10 must be supervised by an adult.

Tuesday/Friday: 6:30 AM - 7:50 AM

Sticks and Pucks

Stay in the game and keep in shape with our drop in sticks and pucks time. Practice your stick handling and skating skills in a slower paced environment. This is an unstructured ice time. No private programs are permitted. Organized hockey games, slap shots and structured practices are not permitted. For individuals 18 years of age and older. CSA approved helmets are recommended to be worn by participants.

Fee: $6.75

For: Adults 18+

Wednesday/Friday: 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM

Recreation Skating

Come and enjoy a skate open for all ages. Skating aids and trainers are permitted on the ice but must remain within the centre ice area (neutral zone). Hockey sticks and pucks are prohibited.

Fees:

  • Under 2: Free
  • 2-13 years: $3.50
  • Adults: $4.00

For: All ages, but children under 10 must be supervised by an adult.

Friday: 3:30 PM - 4:20 PM

Sunday: 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM

*PA Day skates may occur, please check www.lasalleactive.ca or social media

Skating Rules

Skating Aids and Trainers

Skate TrainerSkating aids and trainers are permitted on the ice but must remain within the centre ice area (neutral zone). Please monitor your children when they use these devices. Chairs and strollers are not permitted on the ice surface. Individuals in wheelchairs are permitted to enter the ice surface in their wheelchair.

Rules of the Ice

We strongly recommend all skaters wear a CSA approved hockey helmet for their own safety and protection.

Please follow these rules while on the ice surface:

  • Be courteous and respectful of other ice users.
  • Children aged 10 and under must be supervised by a parent/guardian.
  • Unsafe skating is prohibited (fast, racing, tag, horseplay, figure skating, ice dancing).
  • Ice skates must be worn at all times while on the ice surface. Shoes on the ice is prohibited.
  • Food and drink on the ice is prohibited.
  • Please remain seated on the bench while the ice resurfacer is on the ice. Do not enter the ice until the ice resurfacing doors have closed.
  • Follow the direction of Town staff at all times.

Emergency Phone

For your safety during an emergency, an emergency phone is located inside the penalty box area. The phone connects directly to emergency services. In the event of an emergency, direct emergency services to the Vollmer Recreation Complex, located at 2121 Laurier Parkway. 

If an emergency situation arises, please advise Town staff immediately.

Public Skating

Our Recreation Partners

There are a lot of options for playing sports in and around LaSalle. For more information about our local sporting groups, please visit their websites by clicking on the logo below. Please note: We do not take registrations for skating or hockey programs. Registration is completed through the appropriate user group by visiting their website.

Photo Gallery: Local Sport Organizations will appear here on the public site.