BEVERLY HEIGHTS RINK UPDATE – December 21, 2021

Thank you to all who have reached out to inquire about the availability of public skating at the Beverly Heights Community Rink.

Out of an abundance of caution, and in keeping with the current Provincial restrictions in place until January 12, 2021, we will not be open for public skating at this time. The Board will continue to monitor the provincial restrictions and guidelines and reassess in January.

For those in the neighborhood who are looking to get out and enjoy the weather, a few rinks in the area are open with precautions and rules. Visit the Highlands or Hairsine Community League website or Facebook group for details. The City of Edmonton has opened some of their outdoor skating facilities which includes the Rundle Park IceWay Skating Trail – info at https://www.edmonton.ca/activities…/outdoor-ice-rinks.aspx

The Beverly Heights Community League has two ice surfaces throughout the winter; one ideal for playing hockey or ringette, the other good for practicing. Our rink building is open for everyone to warm up over a coffee or hot chocolate in between skating.

Admission is $2 per person or FREE when you show your current skate tag. No skate tags? Show or purchase your Community League Membership for skate tags. Memberships are available for purchase at the rink.

Hours for 2019/2020:

Weekends: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Weekdays: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Please keep in mind our rink operating hours are dependent on weather. Since we are in Alberta and weather can change quite dramatically, our rink attendants will post updates on our facebook group if the rink hours change.

Thank you to Sport Central, who donated 13 pairs of skates in a variety of sizes. We are now pleased to offer free rentals. If you have any gently-used skates or helmets, consider donating them to our league!