Open Skate
Open Skate Event

Preschool Soccer

We are teaming up with Soccer Shots to offer your preschoolers soccer this Jan!

We will have a free try it day on Sat. Jan. 18
and then the session will begin Jan. 25, 2020


Learn to Skate

Spring Learn to Skate Session

Saturday, Feb. 22 - Apr. 25 (No Class 2/29 and 3/7)

Did you know...
You can enter the Arena during construction on the east side of the building, follow the signs! 

Spring Breakaway

Registration is open for Breakaway hockey league. This is a co-ed traveling league with games in Elk River, Rogers, Monticello, and Anoka held in Mid March-Mid May.

Mini Mites through Peewees offered.


Safeguard our Seniors

Presented by the Better Business Bureau
Have you been pressured to provide personal information over the phone or via email? Have you received a phone call or letter informing you that you’ve won a large amount of money? Better Business Bureau and Allianz Life have partnered to present the free program, “Safeguarding Our Seniors: Have the conversation, be empowered.” This program helps to raise awareness and empowers seniors, their families, and caregivers to take action against elder fraud and financial abuse.  This program will teach you how to recognize the red flags that let you know when something isn’t quite right, understand the credible resources available to you, and be empowered to take action when a financial scam or fraud crosses your path.

Tues Jan 14
10:00 a.m.
Fee: Free
Register by: January 9


Benefits of Music Therapy for People with Parkinson's

Join us for a very informative presentation on the benefits of music therapy for people with  Parkinson’s Disease.
In this free presentation, you will learn how music therapy can improve your gait, decrease rigidity, increase strength and range of motion, improve the volume and clarity of speech, combat fatigue, and much more! The presenter is Mackenzie Uhlenhopp, MT from Living Spirit Therapy Services.  Mackenzie is very passionate about working with adults with Parkinson’s disease.  She frequently uses her harp in music therapy to address client pain and anxiety and to assist with relaxation and emotional expression.
Tues Jan 28
12:45 p.m.
Register by: January 23


Outdoor Skating Rinks

Lace up your skates and grab your hockey sticks, we’re thrilled to let everyone know Elk River’s outdoor skating rinks are now open! The ice at Handke Pit (1133 4th Street NW) is looking great, and keep in mind this is the only location with a warming house, which is open Monday through Friday from 3:00-9:00 p.m. and weekends/holidays from 1:00-9:00 p.m.

The city also maintains several unsupervised general skating rinks in the following neighborhood parks without warming house facilities:

Mississippi Oaks Park (17998 Elgin Street)
Kliever Lake Fields (17950 Johnson Street)
Riverplace Park (13818 186th Lane)

The City of Elk River reserves the right to close rinks whenever it is in the best interest and safety of the skaters. For up-to-date rink information, call the Weather Hotline at 763.635.1160.


Running at the Arena?

Did you hear? There will be a designated time for runners on the track at the Arena!

When the weather outside is frightful, but you still want to get some exercise in, stop by the Elk River Arena to utilize the indoor track located above the Olympic Rink. The track is open during regular business hours unless a ticketed event is taking place such as a high school hockey game, and it’s free and open to all! Please note, weekdays from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. the track is designated for runners ONLY.

Don’t quit your exercise routine when the weather cools down, bring it inside to the Elk River Arena where eight laps equals one mile!

Recreational Opportunities

Enjoy Open Gym or Open Skate as a family activity. Schedules are a click away! 

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