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PHASE 3 CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN SPRING 2019

Thanks to the Goodenow Family and their $300K matching donation offer, we are preparing to launch Phase 3 construction.  First priority is paying off our current construction debt from Phases 1 & 2. Then we will begin work on the long list of Phase 3 items we have been planning on since construction began in 2012. The estimated cost of the project is $1M. Our capital plan allows us to complete the project over the next three off-seasons without incurring further debt.

Please help us reach the $300K match by giving a gift today!

Sponsorships and naming rights are available. Contact Sharon Hoerichs for more information.

To contribute to the project, or for more information, click here to visit our Support page, or contact Sharon Hoerichs.

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Thank you website sponsors!
You can order your $100/year sponsorship here.


NO MORE OPEN SKATE

 

The ice is out and the rink is now closed for the season!

Come back and see us in the Fall! 

 

Open Skate Punch Cards

now available


10 admissions for $45

 

10 admissions PLUS Skate Rental for $60

Order online here or purchase at the rink.


SHOP AT AMAZON SMILE AND RAISE MONEY FOR LAHA

LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY

Click the image above to learn more about the Learn to Play program or to register.

PLANET HOCKEY 2019 PROGRAMS


Planet Hockey will be hosting their 5-day Super Skills Camp in Luverne and Marshall this summer! Camps usually run Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., involving two on-ice sessions, video lecture and focus sessions, and dryland each day.

The Luverne camp will be held June 3-7 at Blue Mound Arena; the Marshall camp will be held August 5-9 at Red Baron Arena & Expo. 

For more info, see www.planethockey.configio.com. See you there! 


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.