- All Ages
- 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Cost: $30Register Here
*Families new to The Rinks will be asked to first create a family account in Dash prior to registering for their first camp.Sign Health Declaration
*REMINDER - Health Declarations must be signed EVERY DAY that the participant is taking part in programming.*
Questions? Contact Craig Carlyle at email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING POLICIES WITH REGARDS TO RETURNING TO THE RINKS
Entering the rink
- Practice social distancing of a minimum 6 feet while waiting to enter the rink
- You may be required to take a temperature check before entering the rink
- Parent (or adult participant) must digitally sign a Health Declaration on behalf of the participant before being allowed to enter the facility. This declaration must be re-signed every day of participation: Health Declaration
- A mask must be worn by all participants and spectators while in the facility.
- Participant should arrive to the rink 15 minutes before the session, No earlier
- Participant is allowed a maximum of ONE spectator to be in the facility during the session
- Once you have entered the rink the participant must check in at the designated area and receive the admission sticker for the session
- Admission sticker must always be worn by the participant in a visible place during the session
- Currently locker rooms are not available
- Players should plan to dress in their gear as much as possible prior to arriving to the rink
On the ice
- Please follow all instructions, guidelines and procedures outlined by the rink
- All participants must wear a mask while on the ice
- Please always practice social distancing guidelines while visiting your rink.
- The maximum number of participants on each session will be strictly regulated (as per CDC, State, and County guidelines)
After your session
- Participants must wear a mask after exiting the ice surface and keep it on while in the facility
- Participant should leave the facility no more than 15 minutes after the completion of the session
We are closely monitoring government, state and local policy changes, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, and public health advancements and will continue to make any necessary changes that will be appropriate to our protocols and procedures.