The Canada Summit Centre offers public skating and drop-in shinny September through March. Inline skating begins in April. Skating and Shinny activities are designed for people of all ages to take part:

 rec program

Find a program

Search or browse all skating and shinny programs

  • With a program code - type code into the search bar to skip to the registration and info page
  • No program code - browse through the programs below


Pop in and take part in our drop-in style activities, offered to anyone in the community.

  1. Find the program you want to take part in
  1. Follow any instructions on the program info page
  2. Join us on that date and time


We offer programs with an instructor that require pre-registration. These programs require a minimum number of registered participants to lower the risk of being cancelled.

Register online

  1. Find the program you want
  2. On that program page click the register button
  3. You will be asked to create an account if you have not already done so before
  4. Once logged in to your account, register and pay for the program online

Register in person

If it's easier for you to register and pay in person, come see us at the Canada Summit Centre.

Browse, explore and try a program

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Changes and cancellations

Changes to public skating and shinny hockey schedule may occur. Visit the activity menu for current information including changes or cancellations. You may also call the Canada Summit Centre customer service desk.

Arena facilities and rentals

There are two arenas at the Canada Summit Centre. Learn more about each arena and how to rent the facility.

Skating and shinny safety and rules

Concussion information

The Town of Huntsville is committed to the health and well-being of all employees and participants in sports and recreation programming.

The Ministries of Education, Health and Long Term Care and Tourism, Culture and Sport are working together to increase awareness of head injury prevention.

The Town of Huntsville concussion policy is to provide concussion awareness to all individuals in Town of Huntsville recreation programming, in addition to those participating in an activity being hosted by another group/organization in a Town of Huntsville facility. The Town of Huntsville will inform customer groups that a concussion policy has been implemented and resources will be available for their information to distribute to their members.

The Town of Huntsville, all participants, coaches, community services and recreation & leisure staff, trainers and safety personnel, fitness trainers, parents, etc. have a role to play to ensure the safety of those participating in physical activity. This includes encouraging and motivating participants to assume responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others. The Town of Huntsville will have concussion resource information available within town facilities to assure that safety is priority. 

Skating rules

  • Youth 12 years and younger MUST wear a CSA- approved helmet
  • Strollers are not permitted on the ice nor are parents allowed to carry youth while on the ice surface
  • Wheelchairs are welcome on the ice at public skates permitted they have clean wheels and patron is wearing a helmet. Wheelchair attendants must be wearing skates
  • Youth 7 and younger must be accompanied by an adult
  • Skate aids are provided for the sole purpose of assisting youth to skate
  • No person shall be permitted on the ice surface without skates
  • No person shall be permitted to bring a hockey stick on the ice surface during public skate
  • No food or drinks allowed on the ice surface, players bench or penalty boxes
  • Tag, chase or reckless behaviour is not permitted

Shinny rules

  • Players must be 16 years of age or older to play adult shinny
  • Full equipment must be worn for all shinny activities
  • Players must refrain from any rough play that could put themselves or other participants at risk for physical injury
  • Players will rotate shifts to allow fair ice time and will work with other players to ensure teams are equal playing ability