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Ice skating is for fun and enjoyment for everyone. Skating can be enjoyed in many

ways. Regardless of your level of skill, there are elements of risk in ice skating. Use

common sense, show courtesy to others, and anticipate dangerous situations before

they arise.


The following guidelines are some basic elements of common sense and courtesy.


1. Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other skaters.


2. While on the ice, keep moving. Stopping, skating in groups, blocking exit doors or sitting on

the dasher boards obstructs other skaters.

3. People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid hitting them or

disrupting them.


Speeding - Weaving – Roughness – Throwing Items

Eating – Drinking - Smoking - While on the Ice.

Are just some examples of Irresponsible actions


 4. Before entering onto the ice surface, be certain that you are wearing Skates, that are securely fastened on your feet.


Be sure to look for oncoming skaters. 


When off the ice, stay on the rubber or other areas intended for skates.


5. Children or other items should not be carried while skating.


6. Rink equipment can be dangerous. Promptly leave the ice when resurfacing is announced and in progress. Once completed and signaled to return to ice, do so with care.


7. Obey the Monitors. Report hazards to the Monitors.


8. Respect the ice and all Guests. Please do not litter or use foul language.


This is just a partial list. There are elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. You are ultimately responsible for your personal safety.

 Use caution, and skate in control. Respect other skaters. The rink monitors cannot guarantee your safety and will not protect you from injury.

 It is part of your responsibility to avoid other skaters and hazards.


Failure to use good judgment, skate responsibility, or follow the Responsibility Code may

result in the loss of skating privileges.



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