Do I have to pay if I'm not ice skating?

Spectators are free during public ice skating sessions. There is a fee for spectators during all High School Varsity Hockey games, and during select events held at the rink.

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1. What are the dates for the ice skating season?
2. Do I need a membership to skate during a public session or to take skating lessons?
3. Do I have to pay if I'm not ice skating?
4. Do I need a reservation to ice skate during a public session?
5. Is there public Wi-Fi available?
6. Do you offer refunds?
7. Do you rent ice skates?
8. Can I bring my own food and drink into the ice rink?
9. Is it cold in the ice rink?
10. How do I dress for ice skating?
11. Do you have or allow "skate aides"?
12. Can I wear my shoes on the ice?
13. Do I need a helmet to ice skate?
14. Where do I put my belongings while I skate?
15. Can I bring my hockey stick and puck to a public session?
16. Can I sharpen my skates at the rink?
17. Can I skate, leave for lunch, then come back?
18. Is there a lost and found?
19. Can I rent the Ice Rink or the Community Room for an event?
20. Is there a concession stand in the rink?