Stick and Puck Sessions
Monday thru Friday from 3:15-4:15pm
(Check ICE SCHEDULE to confirm time as our schedule changes often with youth hockey)
Adult Drop in Hockey
Every Friday from 11:45-1:15 pm
Please note this will open a new window. Look for the line called NoCo Ice Center and the green highlighted times of "Stick & Puck" as noted by the yellow areas on the picture above.
TIP: Click on "Week" on the drop down menu of the Schedule link to see Monday-Sunday
PLEASE NOTE: Due to being a primarily hockey facility offering youth and adult league programs Public Hockey times are very limited times during September through February as hockey practices and games take priority. However during the offseason (March-August) or major holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, President's Day) more Public Hockey times will be scheduled on the weekends.
For all players that have FULL GEAR and open to ALL ages. $6 per skater and/or goalie. If running a private lesson, instructor must sign in and pay $6 admission fee.
For anyone 16 years or older and requires FULL GEAR. $6 per skater. Goalies free with limit of 4
For anyone younger than 15 years and requires FULL GEAR. Parents skating with children must wear helmets. $6 per skater. Goalies free with limit of 4
If a private lesson is conducted during a Stick & Puck at NoCo, both the instructor AND the skater must pay the admission fee of $6.00 No areas of the ice are permitted to be sectioned off for private lessons.
If a private GOALIE lesson is conducted during a Stick & Puck at NoCo both the instructor AND the goalie must pay the admission fee of $6.00. Only the neutral zone can be used for goalie lessons and must not monopolize any areas of the defensive/offensive zones. Limit of 2 nets TOTAL in the neutral zone.
COACHES: All Coaches MUST present their insurance certificate and "green light" credentials to Liz Egetoe at a minimum of 24 hours prior to conducting the lesson. Both, insurance and credentials, may be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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