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Winter Activities

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Update (Wednesday, February 10, 2021) - To support current public health guidelines, effective immediately all Town facilities are closed to the public. Town services are on-going & staff are available via phone (782-1400) & email (info@paradise.ca). For full details regarding town operations, visit: www.paradise.ca/covid

The Town of Paradise is happy to offer its residents a variety of winter fun activities. Please check back regularly for updates and new event information.

Note: The Town is following all current public health guidelines COVID-19, and will adapt events to meet best practices.  

Night-time Lights at Paradise Park
Postponed - Starting January 29, 2021, the sliding hill in Paradise Park will be lit up each night from dusk until 9 pm. 
Outdoor Skating Rinks 
Postponed - Bundle up and come out for some fun on the ice!  The Town of Paradise is happy to announce the opening of our community outdoor ice rinks this winter season in Paradise Park (at the end of Sarah Davis Way). Beginning February 5, 2021, a Hockey Rink and General Skating Rink will open to the public at the following times: 

Monday to Friday: 

  • 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

  • 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday:

  • 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

Admission: Free Please Note: Skating time slots will be for one hour and will begin on the hour. First come, first serve.   

As an added bonus, fire pits will be available, and the Paradise Park sliding hill will be lit up nightly from dusk until 9pm. 

General Skating Rink Rules 

  • Participants must wear a CSA approved helmet
  • Skate in a clockwise direction
  • Recreational skating only – no hockey
  • No roughhousing on ice surface
  • All participants must exit ice when their 1-hour scheduled timeslot ends
  • A maximum of 20 people allowed on ice
 Hockey Rink Rules 
  • Participants must wear a CSA approved helmet
  • No slap shots or high shots
  • Pucks to remain on ice at all times
  • No roughhousing on ice surface
  • All participants must exit ice when their 1-hour scheduled timeslot ends
  • A maximum of 20 people allowed on ice

 

For more information, please call the Department of Recreation and Community Services at 782-6290.

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