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Northstar Ice Sports
News and Announcements

Need Ice? Click here for ice rental request form and available hours, or contact JoAnne Bliss at northstarbliss@aol.com for more information.


NEW! Hold your next Birthday Party at NorthStar!

The birthday room is now available during weekend public skating hours.
Click here for more information

2015-2016 NORTHSTAR JV HOCKEY League

Click here for more information and to register your team!
Deadline to Register: November 9

Public Skating

Ages 5 and up
Admission - $5 per skater / Skate Rentals - $5 per skater (cash only)
Youth sizes - smallest is size 10 / Adult largest sizes - Women size 13 / Men size 12
More info available here
Rink rules during Public Sessions
Public Skating
October Calendar
November Calendar

Stick Time Hours

Please see stick time calendar for dates and times
**The calendar changes! Confirm before you leave!
$8 per player
October Calendar
November Calendar

STINKY SOCKS Adult Hockey Now at NorthStar!

Click here

Northstar Mom's Morning Hockey Clinic

(being a Mom not required!)
Registration Now Open!    
Northstar Mom's Morning Hockey Clinic registration link
Annual registration fee link

Northstar Learn-to-Skate & Learn to Play Hockey Program

Registration now open!

Learn-to-Skate is an excellent way for your child to learn the basics
of skating in a safe environment, whether they plan on going into
figure skating, hockey, or simply want to skate recreationally!

Northstar keeps the Learn-to-Skate classes small so that each
skater gets the attention s/he needs in order to progress.

Click here for more information and to register.

Note: Please make sure you have paid your
yearly registration fee before signing up for Learn-to-Skate!

Looking to Referee or Scorekeep at NorthStar?

Click here.

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