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Call the Ice Center at (314) 451-2244 and press "0" when prompted by the operator.
The Centene Community Ice Center opened September 2019 and plans to serve thousands of St. Louis youth and adults annually. The 277,000 square foot facility at 750 Casino Center Drive features four, NHL sized ice rinks, a strength and conditioning center and skill development areas. The Ice Center includes spaces for public skating, training and special events for athletes of all abilities. The facility is the official practice home of the NHL's St. Louis Blues.
In addition to the hockey development facilities, an event center with 2,500 seats will support local university and other ice sport programs. A covered outdoor rink will offer an inviting atmosphere for the general public to skate in the winter months and enjoy community events such as concerts, festivals and markets in the warmer months.
A true public-private partnership, numerous organizations have come together to make this project a reality. Partners include the St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation, City of Maryland Heights, St. Louis Blues, AAA Blues, Blues Alumni, Lindenwood University, Live Nation and Mercy Healthcare.
Maryland Heights Resident Discounts
Maryland Heights residents receive a discount on public skating and Learn to Skate Programs at the Ice Center. To receive this discount, residents must have a Centene Community Ice Center Resident Discount Card, which can only be provided by the Department of Parks and Recreation at the Maryland Heights Community Center (2300 McKelvey Road) and is a separate card from the general-use resident discount card for parks and recreation programming. This card is free.
To receive a Centene Community Ice Center Resident Discount Card, you need to bring these two items to the Community Center:
- Your photo ID
- Proof of residency including an unpaid utility bill, current bank statement or voter ID card or an occupancy permit.
To receive a Centene Community Ice Center Resident Discount Card for a child, the parent/guardian must bring these two items to the Community Center:
- 1. Your photo ID
- Proof of guardianship is required including a report card, birth certificate, passport or insurance card or social security card
Public skating opens Friday, Sept. 20 to individuals of all ages and skill levels. The Ice Center offers daytime and evening open skate sessions. Skate rentals are available for a fee.
|Monday-Friday||Ongoing||11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.||
|Saturday||Ongoing||12:30-2:30 p.m. and
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