Open Skate Sessions
Open skate is a session designed for recreational ice skating only. Skill levels vary. A URC Rink Attendant will be on ice AT ALL TIMES. ALL Skaters must follow and obey the posted URC Ice Arena Rules & Regulations. No Spectators are allowed inside rink area. They can sit in either the lobby or arena seating areas. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Stick & Puck/ Drop-in Hockey
Stick & Puck is a session designed for players of all levels to work on basic hockey skills, ie; passing, shooting, puck handling, etc. Everyone is expected to share the ice equally. No scrimmages are allowed during the first hour of this session. At least a HELMET AND GLOVES ARE REQUIRED OF ALL PERSONS ON THE ICE AT ALL TIMES during Stick & Puck. After the first hour, participants on the ice may choose to scrimmage against each other. Drop-in Hockey then requires FULL HOCKEY GEAR (Helmet, gloves, hockey pants, chest protector, elbow and leg pads), NO EXCEPTIONS. Helmets are available for check out at the Skate Desk in exchange for a valid Eagle Card, Community Membership card, or Driver's License. NO SPECTATORS ARE ALLOWED INSIDE THE RINK AREA. They can sit in either the lobby or arena seating areas. NO EXCEPTIONS. Goalies skate for free (if they are able to present full goalie gear to the URC Front Desk Staff).
Drop-in Figure Skating
*Drop-in Figure Skating is a session designed for all levels to work on figure skating skills. Everyone is expected to share the ice equally. If figure skating participating is low (1-5 skaters), public skaters may skate AS LONG AS they understand that the FIGURE SKATERS have the "right-a-way". NO SPECTATORS ARE ALLOWED INSIDE THE RINK AREA. They can sit in either the lobby or arena seating areas. NO EXCEPTIONS.
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