Develop your skills and practice with a variety of skating and hockey drop-in programs to suit your schedule.
A CSA-approved hockey helmet is recommended for most programs. All participants must wear ice skates while on the ice.
Schedules are subject to availability and may change at any time. Please confirm the arena schedule on Active Mississauga.
For ages 3 years and older. Have a great time on the ice skating with your family and friends. Approved skating aids are permitted.
Practice your spins, jumps, and figure skating programs. You must be a competent forward and backward skater and be able to turn comfortably from forward and backward with speed to attend this program.
For ages 18 years and older. Have a great time on the ice skating with other adults. Approved skating aids are permitted.
For ages 55 years and older. Have a great time on the ice skating with other adults. Approved skating aids are permitted.
A supervised fast-paced skate session using the entire ice surface incorporating skating skill drills with music. You must be a competent forward and backward skater and be able to turn comfortably from forward and backward with speed to attend this program. A definite workout!
For figure skaters to practice figure eights and edges in a designated area of the ice.
Pick-up hockey is a non-contact game where full hockey equipment is mandatory for all program participants including CSA-approved hockey helmets. Facial protection/cage is required for some age groups. Equipment rentals are not available and goalies are not provided. Goalies (in full equipment) are permitted to play for free.
Program age groups include:
Work on basic stick/puck handling and skating skills. Maximum 3 children for each adult. Full hockey equipment is mandatory for some age groups. A CSA-approved hockey helmet is mandatory. This program does not allow scrimmage, shinny, or gameplay.
Program age groups include:
Learn the basics of skating on ice or improve your skating skills. Group lessons are offered for most ages and ability levels.
Leather hockey skates or figure skates with laces are recommended. If a helmet is required, it must be a CSA-approved hockey helmet. Plastic skates or those with straps, buckles, or adjustable to different sizes are not recommended.
Review our tips and reminders for ice skating lesson participants.
Children learn basic ice skating skills. Some classes may require an adult to skate with the child on the ice.
Beginners learn basics like forward skating, how to stop, and turn. Experienced skaters can improve their skills and learn crossovers, turns, and spins. A program for children with special needs is also available. Group sizes of 4 or 10 are available.
Beginners or experienced skaters can progress at their own pace. Learn how to stop, skate backward, or work on figure skating skills like turns, jumps, and spins.
Learn skills like forward and backward skating turns, stopping, and more. A program for adults with special needs is also available.