Proof of vaccination

Proof of vaccination and identification is required to enter all Town of Caledon community centres starting September 22 as announced by the Province

Full details about what’s required and exemptions:

Join us for public skates, shinny, skating lessons, and more! The arenas will operate at reduced capacity to ensure physical distancing.

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Single Visit Activities (Indoor)

The Town of Caledon offers a variety of single visit skates including:

  • Parent and Child Skate 
  • Public Skate (including, Adult 18+ and Adult 55+)
  • Shinny (including, Adult 18+, Adult 55+, and Women's)
  • Shinny - Stick and Puck (including, Parent and Child, Youth) 

Skates will operate at reduced capacity and to assist with maintaining physical distancing.


Single Visit Skates are scheduled to start as follows:

Now available:

  • Caledon East Community Complex
  • Mayfield Recreation Complex

Week of October 11:

  • Albion Bolton Community Centre

Week of October 25:

  • Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena


Registration is a required, and available 72 hours prior to the start of the skate.

Register online or by calling (905) 584-2272 ext. 7327.

Users are able to withdraw from single visit activities, online. To withdraw from your visit:

Step 1: Log into your account and click on your profile

Step 2: Click on the Schedules Tab

Step 3: Switch to List View

Step 4: Find the event you wish to withdraw from and choose Actions > Withdraw

Step 5: Choose your method of refund (account credit or original method of payment) Note: Members will not receive this option.

Alternatively, please contact Recreation Customer Service at (905)584-2272 x.7327 and we will be happy to assist.

 Skating Lessons (Indoor)

Fall skating lesson will be available at:

  • Albion Bolton Community Centre
  • Caledon East Community Complex
  • Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena
  • Mayfield Recreation Complex

Lessons will be available for the following:

  • Group Lessons - Skating (levels Preschool 1-3, Youth 1-2)
  • Low-Ratio Lessons - Skating (2 participants per class, level dependent)
  • Private Lessons - Skating (all levels falling within Town of Caledon program)
  • Hockey Skills and Drills - Skating (Beginner level, with previous skating experience)

Lessons will be offered once, weekly. Offerings vary by facility. 


Note: To help reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19, staff will be teaching with a hand's off approach in order to maintain physical distance. A parent/guardian is welcome to assist their child on the ice.

Parents/guardians must be at least 14 years of age or older and are expected to be in skating attire (skates, hockey helmet) following directions from the instructor throughout the session. No pre-registration is required for parents/guardians. 

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Based on the guidance of provincial and regional public health authorities as it relates to COVID-19, arena users can expect to see some changes to Town of Caledon programs.

Note: These guidelines are subject to change based on ongoing advice provided by federal and provincial public health officials.

 Safety Guidelines and Mask Use

Upon arriving to the facility and completing mandatory screening, proceed to the arena enclosure.

Face masks must be worn while traveling throughout the facility, outside of the ice surface. You may remove your face mask while on the ice.

 Dressing Rooms

All skaters are encouraged to arrive “skate-ready” to limit the volume of people in the dressing rooms.

Personal belongings are to be left arena side. 

If using the dressing room, patrons will be required exit the dressing room within 15 minutes of the program ending and are encouraged to exit as quickly as possible to avoid congregating.

Please wear your face mask and maintain a safe distance between yourself and other individuals in the dressing rooms. 


 All programs require pre-registration. All registrations must be completed online or by calling (905) 584-2272 ext. 7327.