Frequently Asked Questions

General questions answered by our staff.

For more information feel free to contact us via email or phone.

Top questions we receive, answered.

When is Public Skate

Public Skate occurs on the following days;

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Do you sharpen skates, if so how much does it cost?

We do sharpen skates on premise, pricing is as follows;

Same Day Sharpening – $7.00

Next Day Sharpening – $5.00

We also offer sharpening services for Hockey, Figure and Goalie skates. All pricing is the same for each.

Is the rink located in doors, or outdoors?

We like to think of the rink as a hybrid. The rink is “technically” located indoors, but is still exposed to the elements. For instance, if it is raining outside, the temperature and consistency of the ice can vary the same would go for snow.

Do you sell any hockey equipment onsite?

We sell a variety of goods in our Pro Shop, from used skates, to new stick, tape, mouth guards, laces, shin pads, elbow pads, pants, hockey socks and much more. Also offered in the Pro Shop is Rizzo branded skull caps, t-shirts and hoodies.

Do you offer birthday parties?

We do not currently offer any birthday party packages, however you are able to bring in a cake to one of our public sessions. You may not bring in any external food or drink and seating is limited.

Is there a consession stand available for food and drink?

Rizzo Rink has a full serve concession stand located next to the public Ice Rink. We offer beverages as well as cheesesteaks, burgers and more. A candy machine is also available inside the warming room.

Random Questions

Some other questions that we run into are the following;

  • What is the smallest size skate available? Toddlers Size 10
  • What is the largest skate available? Adult Size 14
  • Can I use my brand new skates? Yes, but all “new” skates will need to be sharpened first, as they do not come with a standard edge
  • Should I wear protective equipment while skating? Protective equipment is not mandatory, but suggested. This is true especially if you’ve never skated.