What is the price for Stick & Puck? ---$10 per session ($6 for skaters 5 years of age or younger)
What gear is required for Stick & Puck? ---Helmet, Gloves, Elbow Pads and Shin Guards, and of course Skates , Hockey Stick & Puck.
What is the price for Open Hockey? ---$9 for daytime sessions, and $10 for evening sessions
What gear is required for Open Hockey? ----Full Gear is required, including Skates, Hockey Stick & Pucks.
Can I rent hockey gear? ---We do not rent out hockey gear.
I am a Goalie - Do I skate for free?---Open Hockey - Yes, goalies skate free. Stick & Puck - No, everyone pays for the session.
What is the price for Free Style? ---$10 per hour or you can purchase a FS card at the ProShop. A $100 card will cover 11 one-hour sessions.
Do I need to pay for a Free Style session or Public Skate session if I have a lesson with my coach during that session? ---Yes, you need to pay for the FS session or Public Skate Session in the ProShop.
LEARN TO SKATE & HOCKEY 1-2-3
How old do I need to be to start Learn to Skate Classes? ---Learn to Skate may be started at any age, but it is recommended that skaters begin at about 4 years old or have had previous skating experience if younger.
Can I start Learn to Skate classes in the middle of a session? ---Yes. Learn to Skate may be started before the 5th week, and the remaining classes will be prorated. After the 5th week, you may still attend Learn to Skate classes but must pay the drop-in fee of $17.50 per class.
What if I just want to try one Learn to Skate class? ---A skater may do a drop-in class any day of a Learn to Skate session, paying $17.50 per drop-in.
How do I sign up for a Learn to Skate class? ---On the FIGURE SKATING page of this website, under the Learn To Skate tab, you will find a Learn to Skate registration form for the current semester. To finish the sign-up process, please bring your form and payment into the Las Vegas Ice Center pro shop. To sign up for a drop-in class, please pay in the Las Vegas Ice Center pro shop on the day you would like to take a Learn to Skate Class.
Do I need previous skating experience? ---No. Skaters do not need to have previous skating experience, but it is recommended that you skate at least one time before Learn to Skate class.
What do I bring? ---Warm clothes and gloves are recommended for classes. Skaters may also wear (but are not required to wear) helmets and pads.
How do I use my Public Skate pass? ---Public Skate passes may be used for 5 free public skate sessions and can be used at any Public Skate session at Las Vegas Ice Center. Rental skates are not included.
How do I do a make-up class? ---The class can be made-up by attending a Learn to Skate class on another day of the same week that was missed or the following week. You do not need to tell us in advance which day you will be doing your make-up class.
When can I start Hockey 123? ---We recommended that skaters pass Tots 3&4 before starting Hockey 123. If they would like to begin earlier, the coach will determine if the skater is ready to begin Hockey 123.
What are the Public Skate hours? ---Our Public Skate hours are generally Monday-Friday 1230p – 230p, Friday & Saturday Nights 730p – 930p, and Saturday & Sunday Afternoons 1p – 3p. Please check the Ice Schedule Page on this website for any changes.
What is the price for Public Skate? Does that include rental skates? --- 2 HOUR SESSIONS - Adults and skaters under18 years old are $10, We offer a $2 discount to these prices if you have your own skates. Skaters under 6yrs old are $6. Yes these prices all include Skate Rental.
My children want to come to the Public Skate, but I only want to watch from the bleachers. Do I need to pay admission for myself? ---No, you’re fine. Just enjoy watching your children skate, and stop by the Snack Bar if you would like to buy a cup of coffee or hot cocoa.
Can I reserve a walker for my child for Public Skate? ---Unfortunately, we cannot reserve the walkers. We have over 50 walkers available for use during the daytime Public Skate sessions. Walkers are not available on the evening Public Skate sessions.
HOME SCHOOL FRIDAYS
My child is part of the Home School Program. Do you have a special skate time for us each month? ---We offer Home School Friday on the first Friday of each month during our afternoon Public Skate 1230-230pm. Pricing is $6 per student & 1 parent skates free, and one complimentary cup of Hot Cocoa per skater! Please note - sessions may be amended due to Hockey Tournaments or other events, make sure to check our schedule to confirm date&time.
What is the price for Home School Fridays? ---$5 per skater, this includes skate rental and a small Hot Cocoa!
PARTIES & EVENTS
How do I book a Birthday Party? ---Please review the Parties & Events page on this website and call 702.320.7777 x115 to book the party.
How do I book a Private Event? --We require a 2 hour Private Ice Rental plus a $150 minimum Catering Order for Private Events. Please call 702.320.7777 x115 for more information.
I have several coupons, gift certificates and discount cards for birthday parties. Can I use them all for one party? ---Only one coupon, gift certificate or discount card may be used per party, per date. Please mention these discounts at time of booking, and present them when you arrive for the party.
How do I book a Fundraiser Event at the LVIC? ---Please call 702.320.7777x115 and ask for Century Leigh. She will be happy to help you book a Fundriaser Event.
Is it cold in the Ice Rink? What should I wear? ---LVIC suggests Long Pants, Short Sleeve Shirt, Long Sleeve Shirt, and a Light Jacket. Layers are the key to keeping warm while skating.
What is Free Style? ---This is the scheduled training time for figure skaters.
What are the smallest/largest size skates available for rental? ---The smallest is a CHILD SIZE 8, and Largest is a MENS SIZE 14.
Can I bring in my own food to eat while I am at the facility? ---LVIC does not allow any outside food or beverages in the facility at any time. We offer a full service Snack Bar in the Lobby. Thank you for you cooperation.
Can I bring my favorite pet to the LVIC? ---Per Southern Nevada Health District, animals are not allowed in a food establishment.