Hover over the Ice Schedules Tab to select from the following for the ice time you are looking for:
- Drop-In Figure Skating
- Drop-In Hockey
- Main and Multi-Purpose Ice
- Public Sessions

Pre-Registraion Online required for Drop-In and Public Sessions due to limits on session capacity. Click the REGISTRATION tab (select ACTIVITY REGISTRATION).

Main Ice (200' x 85') | Multi-Purpose Ice (150' x 57')

Please always be sure to check the ice time/session you plan to attend.
Public sessions may change, during holiday seasons in particular.
Schedules are subject to change without advance notice.

Due to the rapidly evolving circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus, policies and schedules are subject to change in order to maximize the safety of our patrons and staff. Please follow all updates provided by Bowling Green State University, the CDC, state and local authorities.
Drop In Hockey Schedule

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September 2021

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Main Ice
Multi-Purpose Ice
General to all drop-in sessions

• General building policies and specifics apply to all drop-in sessions, in addition to details listed below.
• FACE COVERINGS required at all times, by all patrons ages three and above, including while exercising on the ice.
• ONLINE REGISTRATION for all sessions. SLATER FAMILY ICE ARENA MEMBERSHIP (no cost) required for registration.
• Registration for sessions opens 48 hours prior to session. Sessions will be viewable online in advance.
• Enter building and CHECK-IN following established building protocol and traffic flow for all patrons (skaters, chaperones, coaches, etc.)
• COME DRESSED and get skates on in readiness areas. Coming into the arena with skate guards on is ideal. Locker rooms not available until later phases. Exceptions may be made for goalies, who may need to put on additional equipment at the rink.
• Enter and exit ice following established 6-foot physical distancing staggering for each sheet of ice
• Chaperone to wait in designated viewing area per sheet of ice
• No personal items on boards except for water
• No access to player/penalty benches, except for virtual lesson assistance by one chaperone
• No stopping or congregating in groups of any size, unless with and directed by a coach using physical distancing guidelines
• One chaperone to accompany minor participant(s). No additional or unattended children.

Hockey sessions

• Stick & Puck sessions – Recreational, non-game setting intended for skating and skill practice. Sessions broken into three age groups.
• Shinny sessions not currently offered. (Sessions designed for recreational pick-up games)
• Capacity restricted to 10 players plus 2 goalies
• Warm ups performed outside (if necessary)
• Skaters expected to remain within any family units 6-foot physically distanced from others while on the ice
• Come fully dressed and get skates/helmet on in readiness areas (Locker rooms closed).
• Goalies – Suggested to come dressed in as much as possible to keep additional items in a small bag and carry leg pads in. Finished getting dressed in designated area for goalies.
• Please only bring one small personal bag per family unit (no hockey bags).
• No spitting

Family Stick & Puck
• Ages 12 and under with parent/adult chaperone.
• Children must be supervised on-ice by chaperone at all times.
• Full hockey equipment required for children, recommended for adults.
• Helmet with full facemask required for all ages.
• Older siblings under the age of 18 cannot act as a substitute for parental supervision.

Adult Stick & Puck
• Ages 13 and older.
• Younger ages not permitted at this time.
• Full hockey equipment recommended for parent/adult.
• Helmet with full facemask required for all ages.

Senior Stick & Puck
• Ages 30 and older
• Younger ages not permitted.
• Full hockey equipment recommended for parent/adult.
• Helmet with full facemask required for all ages.