City of North Battleford - Saskatchewan

Access Communications Centre

North Battleford Access Communications Centre
1902-104th Street

Programs

Parks & Recreation Winter Guide

Free public skating

  • Saturday afternoon 12:15 pm to 1:45 pm (starts after Thanksgiving weekend)
  • Times subject to change

Free pre-school/senior skating

  • Starts in mid-October
  • 1:15p.m. to 2:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoons
  • Times subject to change

Free noon hour shinny

  • Starts in mid-October
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
  • 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
  • must be 18+
  • Helmets, sticks, gloves and skates are mandatory

Rentals

Facility rental rates.

If you're interested in renting the Access Communications Centre for an event or have any questions about our programs, don't hesitate to contact:

Central Booking Office

Email or call 306-445-1755

Arena information

Recent upgrades have made The Access Communications Centre (arena) a premier hockey facility! The Access Communications Centre is home to the Battlefords North Stars of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. The 200’ x 85’ ice surface is open from August until April and is surrounded by 8’ seamless glass. The Access Communications Centre has a capacity for 2500 spectators.

In the off season, the Access Communications Centre is utilized for local events such as the Kinsmen Indoor Rodeo, Pow Wows, the Shrine Circus and many other events such as concerts and dances. The Access Communications Centre also has an upper auditorium which is used for small banquets and functions.

Contact us

Parks and Arena Manager

Gord Whitton
Email us or phone 306-445-9433

Thank you to the following service clubs for sponsoring the public skating programs

  • Bonaventure Lions Club
  • North Battleford Lions Club
  • Kiwanis Club of the Battlefords
  • North Battleford Kinsmen Club
  • Royal Canadian Legion Branch #70
  • NorthWest Hockey Development
  • Rotary Club of the Battlefords
  • North Battleford Elks Club
  • St. Josephs Knights of Columbus #7336