Sep 18, 2020 | EHMHA | 440 views
What to Expect when you arrive at the Arena
The Town of Erin has made some changes to arena protocols and we have put together this short video to help you understand some of the new procedures and what to expect when you get there.
Video Link: What to Expect when arriving at Centre 2000
Below is a summary of the changes:There are 50 people allowed inside Centre 2000.
-Up to 25 on the ice: 20 skaters - 5 coaches
-There are 20 people allowed in the stands (1 per family)
-Anyone entering the arena will need to fill out a Covid Screening questionnaire, either when they arrive or ahead of time on the Town of Erin website.
-Players should arrive dressed in their equipment
- There will be access to change rooms for players and coaches only
-There are no in and out privileges during the ice time - once you enter the building you must remain inside, if you exit you will not be allowed back in
-All players, coaches, and parents must wear a mask when entering the facility, and on the bench
-Players will not need to wear a mask when they are on the ice
-Parents are able to assist players with skates if necessary -there is a designated area in the arena for this
-You are asked to arrive 15 minutes before your ice time, and you must leave within 15 minutes after