Adult Public Skating

COVID-19 Update – November 8, 2021

Beginning November 10, 2021, capacity will be reduced to 50 per cent. Masks continue to be required for anyone entering the arena facility. Only skaters engaged in intense physical activity are not required to wear a mask.

Proof of full vaccination is required for anyone 12 and older who is entering the building as a spectator, participant, coach, official or volunteer. As of November 9, this includes those entering for the sole purpose of participating in an organized sport. Spectators 11 and younger must be accompanied by an adult who is fully vaccinated.

Carmichael Arena remains in use as a vaccination clinic. For more information, visit

Please read the Arenas User Guidelines below for details.

COVID-19 Arenas User Guidelines (PDF)
COVID-19 Acknowledgement Form (PDF)
COVID-19 Waiver (PDF)
COVID-19 Public Skating Guidelines (PDF)

Adult Public Skating 

  • For those age 19 and up
  • Session: 2021-2022 
  • Review Greater Sudbury Arena Public Skating COVID-19 Guidelines

Skaters are expected to skate at a moderate and safe speed in the same direction (clockwise) as the other skaters. Skaters should change direction of skating (counter-clockwise) at the mid-point of session.

Maximum of 50 participants - first come, first served


Adult Public Skating Schedules for 2021-2022 



Cambrian Arena

Friday from 11 am to 12 pm

Capreol Community Centre and Arena

Friday from 12-1 p.m.

Carmichael Arena


Chelmsford Community Centre and Arena

Friday from 9-10 am

Garson Community Centre and Arena

Tuesday and Thursday from 2-3 pm

Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex

Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and Friday from 11 am-12 pm

McClelland Community Centre and Arena

Thursday from 12:30 to 1:30 pm

Raymond Plourde Arena

Friday from 2 to 3 pm

T.M. Davies Community Centre and Arena

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30-10:30 am

Toe Blake Arena Friday from 11:30 am to 1 pm
Centennial Arena Thursday from 2-3 pm

There’s a new way to register for leisure programs or book a facility. It’s easy to create an account! If you need help getting started, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.



The French interface of our new registration system is still under development, however it is important that the City goes live with the new system as the existing registration and facility booking system is no longer supported by the vendor. Residents can still receive this service in French by calling 311 to have a French-speaking operator process bookings or registrations. The French interface will be launched in time for the fall/winter registration period.