Schedules

UPDATE: Public Session registration is now open. Each skater must pre-register online and purchase either “Admission and Skate Rental” (if you need rental skates) or “Admission Only” (if you have your own skates). Only one parent or guardian is allowed to accompany each skater under 18 years old. Additional spectators and guests are not allowed at this time.

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center offers daily public skating sessions with convenient times throughout the week. Skaters of all ages and ability levels can have fun with family and friends while improving their skating skills during these recreational sessions. For your safety and enjoyment, all skaters are required to follow the public session guidelines posted at the rink and each session is monitored by rink staff.

INDIVIDUAL PRICING

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Individual Admission
$14.00
Skate Rental
$4.00
Cheap Skate
$12.00 (includes admission and skate rental)
Lunch Bunch
(18+years only)
$18.00

GROUP PRICING

All group prices include skate rentals. No additional discounts may be applied.

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10+ Skaters
$17.00/person
20+ Skaters
$16.50/person
50+ Skaters
$16.00/person
75+ Skaters
$15.50/person
100+ Skaters
$15.00/person

All skaters must complete online registraton for each session on a first-come basis. Only pre-registered skaters will be allowed to enter the building 15-minutes before the session begins.

All skaters must wear a mask/face covering at all times while inside our facility (a face shield alone is not sufficient). All skaters must follow other COVID-19 procedures and protocols what are in effect at PISC.

All Freestyle session skaters must be Delta level or higher and complete online registration for each session on a first-come basis. Only pre-registered skaters can enter the building 15-minutes before the start of the session.

All skaters and guests must wear a mask/face covering at all times while inside our facility (a face shield alone is not sufficient). All skaters and guests must follow other COVID-19 procedures and protocols that are in effect at PISC.

  • Maximum 30 skaters per session.
  • Online registration is required before the session begins.
  • Additional skaters cannot be added once a session is full– even if you have a coach lesson scheduled during the session.
  • All skaters must check-in with rink staff before entering the ice for each session.
  • All participants must follow the session guidelines posted at the rink and conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner at all times.

Goalies

All goalies must complete online registration for each session on a first-come basis. Only pre-registered goalies can enter the building 15-minutes before the session begins.

Full gear required – but there is no changing at the rink except skates.

Stick Time session is for individual practice of hockey skills & drills only. No partner play or anything that resembles any scrimmage or game scenario. Goalies can take shots at goal, but minimum 6′-8′ distance must be maintained between all players and the goalie.

All goalies and guests must wear a mask/face covering at all times while inside our facility (a face shield alone is not sufficient). All goalies must follow other COVID-19 procedures and protocols that are in effect at PISC.

Players:

All players must complete online registration for each session on a first-come basis. Only pre-registered players can enter the building 15-minutes before the session begins.

Full gear required – but there is no changing at the rink except skates.

All players and guests must wear a mask/face covering (a face shield alone is not sufficient). All players must follow other COVID-19 procedures and protocols that are in effect at PISC.

Stick Time sessions are for individual practice of hockey skills & drills only. No partner play or anything resembling any scrimmage or game scenario. Goalies can take shots at goal, but minimum 6′-8′ distance must be maintained between all players and the goalie.

Stick Time sessions are open to hockey players of all levels six years and older and can help improve skating and shooting skills. When coach lessons are conducted on the lobby end, the non-lesson practice area is at the far end of the ice. The maximum number of players on that end will be reduced when only half the ice is available.

UPDATE: Consistent with state and local health guidelines, adult pick-up hockey sessions will not be offered at this time.

Adult Pick-Up sessions are open to players 18 years and older. Players can improve their game skills during this scrimmage. Maximum of 26 players and four goalies. No checking allowed.

  • Online registration is required before the session begins.
  • All players and goalies must check-in with rink staff before entering the ice for each session.
  •  Additional skaters cannot be added once a session is full. Full gear required – no exceptions.
  • All participants must follow the session guidelines posted at the rink and conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner at all times.

Goalies:

All goalies must complete online registration for every session on a first-come basis. Only pre-registered goalies can enter the building 15-minutes before the session begins.

Full gear is required, but no changing at the rink except skates.

These sessions are for private lessons only (1-on-1 with a coach) to practice hockey skills and drills in a limited area of the rink. Anything that resembles any scrimmage or game scenario is not allowed.

Goalies can take shots, but the minimum 6′-8′ distance must be maintained between the coach and goalie at all times.

Players:

All players must complete online registration for each session on a first-come basis. Only pre-registered players can enter the building 15-minutes before the session begins.

All players and guests must wear a mask/face covering at all times inside our facility (a face shield alone is not sufficient). All players and guests must follow other COVID-19 procedures and protocols that are in effect at PISC.

Full gear required – but there is no changing at the rink except skates.

Only coach lessons (1-on-1 private lessons – no groups) can be conducted in a limiited area of the rink. No partner play or anything resembling any scrimmage or game scenario.

All skaters must complete online registration for each session on a first-come basis. Only pre-registered skaters are allowed to enter the building 15-minutes before the session begins.

All skaters and guests must wear a mask/face covering at all times while inside our facility (a face shield alone is not sufficient). All skaters must follow other COVID-19 procedures and protocols that are in effect at PISC.

Only 1-on-1 private lessons are allowed to practice basic skating skills – no racing.

These sessions are for skaters who normally take private lessons during public session time. This includes skaters under the Delta level and beginning hockey skaters who are working on basic skating skills only.

UPDATE: 2020 Early Spring skating school group classes will resume in the near future. All currently enrolled skaters will receive an e-mail with additional class details by May 15. This initial group class session is only for skaters who were previously enrolled last year – new skaters cannot enroll in this session. The next new session (open to all skaters) will begin in July or August. Please check the website for additional details as they become confirmed.

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center offers a variety of group skating lessons for all ages and ability levels. Each class is a step-by-step progression that helps each skater improve their skating skills. A student must successfully complete the current level before graduating to the next level.

UPDATE: 2020 Spring Adult In-House hockey league games will resume as soon as we receive health department permission. Please check with your team captain for additional information as it becomes confirmed.

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center offers year-round 20-week seasons starting in the spring and fall with four division levels for first-time to advanced players. All participants must be 18 years and older.