Servus Free Family Day Skate

12 NOON to 5:00 PM on Monday, February 18, 2019

Free Skating & Parking on Family Day February 18, 2019

The Servus Free Family Day Skate returns to the Olympic Oval this season in celebration of the provincial Family Day holiday.

This event runs from 12 NOON to 5:00 PM on Monday, February 18, 2019 and features FREE public skating on The Fastest Ice in the World!
Parking at the Oval is FREE! (Lot 10)

HELMET RULE: It is mandatory that all skaters wear an accepted helmet (CSA approved) during public skating sessions. This policy is implemented as a proactive safety measure to help protect skaters and ensure all users of the Olympic Oval enjoy their time skating. Bring or rent from the Skate Shop for a nominal cost (while supplies last)! Protect your brain, skate smart!

What: Servus Free Family Day Skate
- Skate at the Olympic Oval – “The Fastest Ice in the World™”
- Admission & Parking (Lot 10) FREE

When: Monday, February 18, 2019 - 12:00 NOON to 5:00 PM

Where: Olympic Oval - 2500 University Dr. NW, Calgary, AB - CAMPUS MAP / LOCATION & HOURS

For updates on the action down at the Oval (and maybe even some #JPPenguin pics) be sure to follow us on Twitter (@TheOlympicOval), “like us” on Facebook! ( and check out the Oval Instagram feed! (

Help us make a difference in our community!

Oval athletes will be on hand to offer some skating tips and to collect supplies for our Olympic Oval care packages which our athletes will then distribute to the less fortunate in the neighbourhoods where we live!

Each of these packages contains several items but if you wish to help us with this great cause we will be collecting donations of the following items at the Servus Free Family Day Skate:

- New, unused Wool Socks and Toques ** We are in the greatest need of these items

- New Toothbrushes & Travel size Toothpaste ** We are in the greatest need of these items

Other items include: Tuna Snacks, Granola Bars & Fruit Snacks

Want more information on Public Skating, Servus Monday Toonie Skates or just a general public schedule?

Check out the Public Skating page