Iceville at Mosaic Stadium Returns for Another Season – Regina | The Canadian News

For those looking for something to do in Regina this winter, Iceville at Mosaic Stadium is back for another season.

Iceville, presented by SaskTel, will run from December 31 to February 3, 2022, at a cost of $ 5 per person. It will also be open during Frost, which is from February 4 to February 13. During Frost, access to the track is available with a Frost Pass.

Ice sessions will be sold in blocks of one hour. Registration opened at noon on Friday and the first ice session will be available on December 31 at noon.

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The ice capacity is 215 skaters per hour. The rink will be open from 12 noon to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends.

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Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) CEO Tim Reid is excited to see Iceville return for a second season after launching it last year during the pandemic to help with lost revenue.

“We always talk about trying things, recognizing that sometimes they don’t work. But Iceville really did it, “Reid told reporters.

“What we’ve heard from the public, and frankly what we’ve heard from sponsors and partners, is that we want this to become an annual tradition,” added Reid.

The second season of Iceville will begin on New Years Eve with a special skating from 9 pm to 10 pm followed by a fireworks display behind the Maxtron.


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REAL has expanded the ice capacity for this event. Pricing will remain the same for skating, but the public can come to Mosaic Stadium for free if they just want to watch the fireworks from the stands.

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The Harvard Lounge at Mosaic Stadium is being converted into the SGI Chalet and can be visited by skaters before or after skating. The chalet will have sofas, chairs, rugs and blankets.

There will be food and drink to go during the day and a special chalet food and drink menu including signature cocktails in the evening.

Fridays at Iceville in January will feature Dinner and Skate in the AGT room. From 6 to 9 pm, REAL Chef Chaminda will serve a special menu and there will also be entertainment. The price for that reservation, which can be done online, is $ 35 and includes skating.

For those who do not have their own skates, Extreme Hockey offers skate rentals within the Chalet at a cost of $ 6 per pair. Extreme Hockey can also sharpen skates on the spot.

For a more intimate setting, private skating schedules are also available at $ 300 per hour and can be booked at Iceville.ca

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Due to the province’s COVID-19 public health orders, everyone coming to Iceville ages 12 and older must show proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test when registering.

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The negative COVID-19 test must be done within 72 hours of the designated skating time.

Masks must be worn inside the stadium, except when eating or drinking, but you must be seated while doing so.

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