The City of Sarnia offers free public skating during the late fall and winter seasons.
Note: The City does not provide skates or assisting devices

Public Skating Schedule

View Public Skating Sessions online here.

Public skating for the 2023-2024 season has concluded. Check back in the fall for the 2024-2025 schedule.

Public Skating Rules & Regulations

Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

All participants must vacate the building within 15 minutes of the end of the skating session.

Activities and items that are not permitted on the ice during Public Skating sessions include:

  • No food or drink
  • No horseplay/games
  • No skating backwards or speed skating
  • No figure skating maneuvers
  • No skating against the direction of flow of skaters
  • No sticks, pucks, balls, pylons, or any other kind of hockey/sport equipment
  • No headsets, cell phones, or hand-held electronic devices to be used while skating
  • No shoes or any other footwear other than ice skates
  • No strollers or other assisting devices that may interfere with skaters’ safety
  • Ice-certified skating aids are allowed during Parent & Tot sessions only
  • Wheelchairs and other accessibility devices are allowed, so long as they always remain in control of a skater
  • No carrying of children is to be permitted
  • No sitting on the boards
  • No throwing of ice or snow or any other objects

Maximum 120 skaters on ice.

Any participants disobeying rules will be asked to leave the session, and may be excluded from future skating sessions.