Non-prime-time—day time—ice remains available throughout the winter season. Ice times also become available at Christmas and March, in and around the minor hockey schedule.
Eight adult hockey groups utilize the indoor ice. Among them are the Oakridge Oldtimers, who provide a valuable volunteer base for the Oakridge Community Association. Members from the Oldtimers build and maintain the outdoor ice surfaces, facilitate community bingos raising money for the Association and host the annual Stampede Breakfast.
In the spring, the arena is used for lacrosse, primarily by the Calgary District Lacrosse Association.
Ice is available throughout August for hockey schools and conditioning camps.
The Oakridge Community Association builds an outdoor ice surface each winter—a shinny rink with boards and lighting. The outdoor rink is made possible through the volunteer efforts of the Oakridge Oldtimers Hockey team.
Public Indoor Skating
Public Indoor Skating is offered from September 1, 2020 to March 18, 2021.
Oakridge Community Association Membership and skate tags are required.
Helmets are recommended.
|Tuesday||3:30 – 4:30 pm|
|Thursday||2:30 – 4:30 pm|
|Sunday||2:30 – 3:30 pm|
Parent / Tot Indoor Skating
- Wednesdays 1:30 – 2:30 pm
- OCA Membership and skate tags are required. Helmets are not mandatory, but are recommended.
|Member Non-Prime||$108/ hour|
|Member Prime Time||$318/ hour|
|Non-Member Prime Time||$335/ hour|
|Non-Member Non-Prime||$184/ hour|
|Summer time Dry Pad||$ 70/ hour|
Contact the Oakridge Community Association General Manager, Sandy Fitzgibbon by e-mail or by phone at 403-238-0007 for bookings and more information. The business office is open from 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday.
Outdoor Rink (ODR)
- The ODR is open from 7 am – 10 pm daily, weather permitting.
- The ODR ice surface is for all ages and abilities.
- Shinny rules apply—inclusiveness allowing everyone the opportunity to enjoy the game!
- Alcohol is prohibited.
- Oakridge Community Association membership and skate tags are encouraged.
- Helmets are recommended.