COVID- 19 RINK POLICIES

Please continue to practice social distancing, wash your hands often, and avoid touching high-touch surfaces.

 

If your skater has been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19 or has been exposed to COVID-19, do not bring him/her to the rink.  Follow health department guidelines, and return when safe.

  

Our priorities are to keep our skaters safe and keep our programs open.

 

Public Skating, Private Rentals and Parties:

All Public Skate sessions, and private rentals will be limited to 40 skaters. Public sessions are first come, first served. 

1. All skaters, parents, spectators, etc. MUST wear a mask or face covering while inside the lobby, bathrooms, locker rooms, etc. You will not be allowed into the building without a mask.

 

2. Only skaters are allowed on the ice, player’s bench area and locker rooms

 

3. Skaters are encouraged to wear face coverings on the ice

 

4. Skaters should maintain as much social distancing as possible while on the ice

 

5. Spectators may not congregate in the lobby. Spectators are encouraged to watch on ice activities from the bleachers and should maintain a proper distance at all times.

Youth Hockey:

1. All skaters and spectators, etc. MUST wear a mask or face covering while inside the lobby, bathrooms, locker  

    rooms, etc. You will not be allowed into the building without a mask.

2. No spectators in lobby 

3. All spectators required to wear masks and maintain social distancing 

4. Two (2) spectators per player allowed entry for both home and visitor teams. 

5. Players are to be dressed in hockey gear (for the exception of skates and helmets) upon entry to the rink. 

6. Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to practice/game start time.

For complete youth hockey Covid 19 policy, please refer to the Glacier Hockey Assn website: Here

Adult Hockey:

1. All skaters and spectators, etc. MUST wear a mask or face covering while inside the lobby, bathrooms, locker

    rooms, etc. You will not be allowed into the building without a mask.

2. Only players are allowed on the ice, player’s bench area and locker rooms

 

3. Spectators may not congregate in the lobby. Spectators are encouraged to watch on ice activities from the

     bleachers and should maintain a proper distance at all times.

 

During Phase 2 restrictions, the following health and safety measures will be administered at all GSA youth skating events:

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·       The use of face coverings (e.g., masks) in public settings, including Stumptown Ice Den, is required to help

        prevent the spread of COVID-19. For more information, please visit: Whitefish Mask Ordinance

·       Social distancing is expected at the rink for all spectators in accordance with Whitefish City Guidelines.

·       No more than 50 skaters and coaches are allowed on the ice at any time.

·       Spectating is discouraged in the lobby viewing area. We encourage spectators to use the stands
        and maintain adequate social distancing (staying 6-feet from others) at all times.

·       Locker room assignments will be made.

·       Stumptown Ice Den is in charge of sanitizing throughout the day. Please remind your skater to vacate the locker           room as soon as possible when done skating.

·       Showers are closed.

·       No sharing of water bottles. Remove water bottles after the session.

·       Hand sanitizer is available at the front desk. Please wash your hands and keep clean. Avoid face
        touching.

·       Concessions are closed (skate sharpening is available).

·       If your session is done, please leave the facility to make room for the next user group.

 

For complete Figure Skating Covid 19 policy, please refer to the Glacier Skate Academy website: Here

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