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Indoor Skating

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

We have taken enhanced health and safety measures for you, our customer, and for our employees. You must follow all posted instructions while visiting City of Moose Jaw facilities. Effective November 16, 2020 non-medical masks are always required to be worn indoors and during your activity. Masks will be provided to those who don’t have one or forgot them.

By entering the building, you and your family are confirming the following:

  1. I do not have any unexplained, new, or worsening symptoms (of any severity) that may include one or more of the following: cough, runny nose, sore throat, flu like symptoms, shortness of breath, muscle aches or joint pains, fatigue, or fever (38 C or 100.4 F)

  2. I have not travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days.

  3. I do not have a positive test for COVID-19.

  4. I have not been exposed to someone who is under testing for COVID-19 or has been confirmed to having COVID-19 in the last 14 days.

  5. I will maintain 2 metre physical distancing.

We will need your help to ensure we create the safest environment possible.

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • You must register for all skating activities online at moosejaw.ca, City of Moose Jaw app or via phone (Yara Centre 306 694-4650 or Kinsmen Sportsplex 306 694-4483).
  • Due to the Provincial COVID-19 Sports Guidelines participants must sign up for one of our Shinny Leagues this year, instead of dropping into any Shinny times you will be with the same group of Shinny players from week to week.
  • Reduced capacity for on ice activities.
  • Separate entrance and exits.
  • Capacity limits in dressing rooms.
  • Enhanced cleaning by City of Moose Jaw staff.
  • No shared equipment resulting in no skating aids provided this Season.
  • All users and all family members must have a PerfectMind user account for contract tracing purposes.
  • Please arrive no more than 10 minutes before your skate and leave immediately after your skate to ensure indoor gathering limits are adhered to.

SKATING GUIDELINES

  • Check in with the Cashier before attending your skate.
  • Everyone on the ice must be wearing skates unless in a sledge or wheelchair.
  • No one can be carried on the ice.
  • Children under the age of 12 yrs must wear a helmet. It is highly recommended that everyone wears a helmet during Public Skating. Everyone is required to wear a helmet during Sticks and Pucks.
  • All participants under the age of 16 yrs must be accompanied on the ice by an adult.
  • Skating direction will change every 15 minutes.
  • Skating speed must be acceptable for all skaters on the ice.
  • Earbuds and headphones are not permitted.
  • Disrespectful behaviour will not be tolerated, and supervisor are authorized to enforce skating guidelines.
  • Figure Skating jumps and spins are not permitted during public skates.
  • Hockey sticks and pucks are not permitted during public skate.
  • Due to your safety, strollers, chairs, sled or toboggans are not permitted on the ice.

DUE TO COVID REGULATIONS, THE FOLLOWING IS NOT PERMITTED; 

  • SHARED SKATING AIDS
  • ARRIVING MORE THAN 10 MINS PRIOR TO THE SKATE AND STAYING LONGER THAN 10 MINS FOLLOWING THE SKATE

For additional information and guidance on the use of non-medical masks, please click on the following link.

The City of Moose Jaw offers supervised indoor skating at the Kinsmen Sportsplex (855 MacDonald St W) and Pla-Mor Palace (855 Lillooet St W). The indoor skating program is offered from mid-September to the end of March and includes:

Sticks and Pucks - Practice your shot or stick handle. Everyone must have a helmet, stick and gloves. All youth must have a facemask. No organized hockey games. Access is included in your Recreation Pass.

Shinny - Noncontact, co-ed recreation hockey scrimmage. Everyone must have a helmet, stick and gloves. All youth must have a facemask. No fee for goalies.

Family Skate – An adult or guardian is required to be on the ice at all times with children.

Interested in being an Indoor Skating Supervisor? Email your resume to recreation@moosejaw.ca

USE OF MASKS

  • Effective Monday, November 16, the Province of Saskatchewan has issued a Public Health Order making masking in indoor public places mandatory to all Saskatchewan communities.  Masks are required while skating.

Exceptions include:

  • People whose medical condition prevents them from wearing a mask as determined by a health professional.

For additional information and guidance on the use of non-medical masks, please click on the following link.

The City of Moose Jaw offers supervised indoor skating at the Kinsmen Sportsplex (855 MacDonald St W) and Pla-Mor Palace (855 Lillooet St W). The indoor skating program is offered from mid-September to the end of March and includes:

  • Sticks and Pucks - Practice your shot or stick handle. Everyone must have a helmet, stick and gloves. All youth must have a facemask. No organized hockey games. Access is included in your Recreation Pass.
  • Shinny - Noncontact, co-ed recreation hockey scrimmage. Everyone must have a helmet, stick and gloves. All youth must have a facemask. No fee for goalies.
  • Family Skate – An adult or guardian is required to be on the ice at all times with children.

Interested in being an Indoor Skating Supervisor? Email your resume to recreation@moosejaw.ca

More Information

  • Please see the Province of Saskatchewan website for more details on the Provincial Public Health Orders and the Reopen Saskatchewan plan at saskatchewan.ca

Interested in being an Indoor Skating Supervisor? Email your resume to recreation@moosejaw.ca

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