Skate or play hockey. Ice will be divided for both options.
$5 per person includes skate rental.
See you on the ice!
Boys JV hosts Fremont 5:00pm
Boys JV hosts Sioux Falls 2:00pm
Also available at the door
NOTE LATE START DUE TO PEEWEE TOURNAMENT
Punch cards for the 2017-2018 season are available now. They make great gifts!
We are grateful for our website sponsors.
A $100 sponsorship gets your business or organization some great visibility for one year. You can order your sponsorship online here.
TEAM & INDIVIDUAL PHOTOS DECEMBER 19
The details are on the home page of the website along with the order form.
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT
Noah Walleck and his 4H club are gathering hotel shampoos, soaps, and lotions to donate to Ronald McDonald House. Families stay there while they have a sick child in the hospital and they often don't have time to pack the essentials. As you travel this season for hockey games and tournaments, please collect those items from your hotel rooms. The hotel has to throw away partially used containers, but Ronald McDonald House can use them. You may bring your items to the rink in a bag with Noah's name on it. Noah's 4H club will deliver the items in the spring so you can collect all season.
Way to go Noah!
BRING A FRIEND TO SKATE OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK DECEMBER 27
Boys hockey players bring a friend from 1:00 – 2:00
Girls hockey players bring a friend from 2:30 – 3:30
This is a great way to introduce your friends to the ice. Admission is FREE for the hockey player AND their friend.
The next session of Rec Hockey starts January 6.
Register NOW. The cost is FREE!
6:20 Girls 12U
6:40 PW A and B
Please be dressed and ready at least 10 minutes early.
Order form is below. Please have form and payment ready when you arrive.
Click image above to order. There is no deadline for ordering.
All programs offered at the Boji Bay Ice Arena are managed by the Lakes Area Hockey Association.
Our mission is to create, nurture, and sustain ice-related sports and recreation programs that teach and improve skills;
to foster sportsmanship, teamwork, and enjoyment; and improve fitness. These programs are financially accessible and
meet the needs and interests of participants of all ages and skill levels throughout the corridor.