Drop-in Recreation Programs

Organized games and team practices are not permitted during spontaneous use or drop-in. Rental of the court spaces is available. To book space, please contact Facility Bookings.

Fee: Included with MLC Annual and Monthly Membership or Day Admission Fee.

Fieldhouse Spring & Summer Session Schedule  - April 3 to September 1, 2024
Landrex Dry Arena Spring & Summer Drop-in Schedule - April 3 to September 1, 2024

Open Court - Sport or recreation equipment available, no nets set up. If you would like to have a Volleyball, Pickleball, or Badminton net set up, please call 780-939-3450 to see if we can accommodate the request. 

Drop-in Sports - First come, first serve equipment and play for times scheduled. Play should be inclusive of all persons wanting to participate. Please be considerate when others are waiting to play by rotating others into play. 

Fieldhouse and Dry Arena schedule are subject to change. Please call 780-939-3450 for the most up-to-date schedule information.  

The following rules apply to all patrons using the Landrex Arena:

 Adult Shinny Information and Guidelines 
  • MUST be 16+ to play Adult Shinny 

  • Identification may be requested to provide proof of eligibility to participate in Adult Shinny Hockey 

  • Shinny is included in your facility membership or a daily drop-in admission. Wristbands required as proof of admission.

  • Gloves and CSA approved helmet are required. Additional equipment is recommended.

  • All Participants MUST be fair to one another and allow everyone equal playing time.

  • The hockey “Laws of the game “are to be followed – referees are not provided.

  • Max participants of 26 will be allowed on the ice not including goalies. 

  • Max 4 goalies will be allowed, 2 per team. 

  • Hockey nets must be properly set in place with their pins.

  • All play MUST stop when staff end the session.

  • Players MUST stay off the ice, out of players box and stand behind the glass, when the Zamboni is on the ice 

  • The following are violations that will result in being removed from the ice 

    • Dangerous play: body checking, slashing, tripping etc. 

    • Fighting 

    • Abusive and /or Obscene Language or Behaviour 

    • Horse play 

  • Individuals displaying unacceptable behavior or who chose not to follow the rules will be asked to leave
  • Spectators are not permitted on the Arena main floor and may observe only from the designated viewing area 

 Child & Youth Shinny Info and Guidelines
  • Shinny is included with your facility membership or a daily drop-in admission. Wristbands required as proof of admission.
  • Gloves and CSA approved helmet are required. Additional equipment is recommended.

  • Supervision required for Children, Family and Parent & Tot sessions by a responsible adult 16+
  • All Participants MUST be fair to one another and allow everyone equal playing time.

  • The hockey “Laws of the game “are to be followed – referees are not provided.

  • Max participants of 26 will be allowed on the ice not including goalies.

  • Max 4 goalies will be allowed, 2 per team.

  • Hockey nets must be properly set in place with their pins. 

  • All play MUST stop when staff end the session.

  • Players MUST stay off the ice, out of players box and stand behind the glass, when the Zamboni is on the ice.

  • The following are violations that will result in being removed from the ice 

    • Dangerous play: body checking, slashing, tripping etc. 

    • Fighting 

    • Abusive and /or Obscene Language or Behaviour 

    • Horse play

  • Individuals displaying unacceptable behavior or who chose not to follow the rules will be asked to leave.
  • Spectators are not permitted on the Arena main floor and may observe only from the designated viewing area.

 
Drop-in Public Skating Guidelines
  • Please ensure wristbands are visible during Public Skating.  
  • Children under 8 years of age must be supervised by a responsible family member 16+ 

  • Helmets are required for all those under 18 years of age and strongly encouraged for everyone over 18. Bike helmets are not allowed.

  • To avoid collisions, skaters should travel in the same direction around the ice.

  • Skaters should skate at a safe speed. Faster skaters are expected to skate on the outside, with slower skaters on the inside of the rink. 

  • Skating aids are available for public use; however, skaters may bring their own commercially made skating aid product if it is in good working order. Skating aids must be approved by staff prior to being used on the ice. 

  • Skates must be worn on the ice. No shoes or boots permitted. 

  • Personal music players with headphones are not permitted as users may not be able to hear others skating around them or be able to respond to emergencies. 

  • Skaters are expected to rest at center ice or in the player boxes. Skaters should NOT sit on the boards.

  • Skaters should not loiter along the arena boards or in areas that may block the traffic flow.

  • Formal organized coaching is not permitted during public skate. Rental time can be booked for coaching/lessons.

  • Carrying an infant on the ice, regardless of helmet or safety attire, is not permitted.

  • No fooling around, wrestling, or rough play on the ice  

  • The following items are not permitted on the ice during Public Skate times:

    • Pucks, and rings and sticks of any kind, including hockey and ringette sticks 

    • Food or beverage, plastic water bottle are permitted

    • Toboggans, sleighs, wagons or *strollers.         

    • Child car seats, Baby Carriers  

    • Blankets, Stuffed Animals or Toys 

    • Homemade skate aids 

    • Shoes/Boots 

  • Individuals displaying unacceptable behavior or who chose not to follow the rules will be asked to leave.

 

The Morinville Leisure Center is a drug, alcohol, and smoke free building. Smoking of any kind is NOT permitted within 5 meters of the front doors or any intake system. 

Please note: The Town of Morinville is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles.