Skating and Hockey Programs
The City of Surrey's arenas provide people of all ages and abilities with a range of skating lessons and hockey programs. Find an on-ice program that meets your fitness and recreational needs or learn a new skill today. All participants are required to wear CSA certified hockey, ski or snowboard helmet.
How to Register
View the Surrey Recreation Guide for more information.
New Helmet Regulations
CSA certified hockey, ski or snowboard helmets are mandatory for anyone participating in Learn to Skate lessons. Bike helmets are not permitted as they do not offer the protection needed for ice skating.
Get a 10% discount when you purchase a new CSA certified helmet at The Hockey Shop.
Boots to Blades
Have your toddler learn the beginning stages of skating! Your child will start by walking on the ice with boots, graduate to bob skates and then to real skates. Parent participation is required. Bob or ice skates are available at an additional cost.
Preschool/Children Learn to Skate
Register your child for a time that fits your schedule. Helmets are mandatory. Skate and helmet rentals are available at an extra cost. Practice area may not be available at some arenas.
Adult Learn to Skate
Do you need to brush up your skating skills? We offer group lessons for beginners and those looking for a refresher. Skate and helmet rentals are available at an additional cost. Helmets are mandatory.
Tot's Fun Hockey
Children learn basic hockey skills and must complete Level 4 of preschool Learn to Skate prior to registering. Participants are required to wear full hockey equipment.
Children's Fun Hockey
This program includes hockey skills, followed by scrimmages with an emphasis on fun. Participants must have completed Level 2 of Children's Learn to Skate program. Participants are required to wear full hockey equipment.
This program is a non-competitive fun league for participants 6 to 13 years old. All skill levels are welcome and there will be coaches and referees. Participants are required to wear full hockey equipment.
Power Skating Development
Increase your skating ability and endurance through skills and drills. Full hockey equipment and Level 2 of Children's Learn to Skate is required.
Co-ed Learn to Play Hockey - Level 1
Learn the basics of hockey while having fun! Participants will also learn some skill development. Beginner players only in this course. Participants are required to wear full hockey equipment and required to have basic skating skills.
Co-ed Learn to Play Hockey - Level 2
Not quite a beginner or you've finished the Learn to Play Level 1? This program will teach more advanced hockey skills including hockey game strategy. Participants are required to wear full hockey equipment.
Learn to Play Sledge Hockey
Learn how to play an exciting Paralympic sport. Move your sled, shoot the puck, and play fun games with an enthusiastic instructor. This program is offered in partnership with SportAbility and perfect for children, youth, and adults that want to learn Canada's national pastime! All abilities are welcome.