New Komoka Arena Rules, News (Mt Brydges Minor Hockey)

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New Komoka Arena Rules
Submitted By M.B.D.A.A. on Sunday, March 14, 2021
Below are the new guidelines for spectators at the Komoka Wellness Centre. These guidelines are for KOMOKA and ILDERTON ONLY and do not apply to Tri-Township arena. If you plan on entering the facility to watch your child on the ice please read these guidelines carefully. There is a zero tolerance for rule breakers. 

The following guidelines go into effect Tuesday March 16th, 2021.  

Parent/Guardian Accompaniment
Each participant under the age of 18 may be accompanied by 1 parent or legal guardian. No additional siblings allowed.

 If a parent/guardian is serving as a team on-ice or off-ice official, they are considered the accompanying parent/guardian for their child.

 Unless they are an on-ice or off-ice official, parents/guardians must stay in the cold portion of the
rinks. No viewing will take place from the lobby area.

 Canadian Rink, Komoka – Sitting in Section A and F or standing along glass around rink boards

 Coors Rink, Komoka – Standing along glass around rink boards

 Ilderton – Standing along glass around rink boards

 Parents/guardians must wear a mask at all times, keep physical distanced from others, and follow
any additional posted signs (entrance/exit, COVID-19 screening, etc.).

 Parents/guardians are not permitted in the changerooms. Chairs are provided outside the changerooms for skate tying.

 No re-entry to lobby area is permitted.

Respecting Staff

It bears reminding that Middlesex Centre facility staff don’t set the rules, but do have an important role to play in enforcing them.  If a staff member reminds you about the COVID-19 rules or general ice safety rules, they are doing their job. Please take their comments as a friendly reminder, and do your part by following the rules.
If you don’t agree with the rules or have questions about them, please:

 Contact your sporting association (if applicable) to learn about their COVID-19 safety protocols

 Review the policies set by the MLHU (healthunit.com/novel-coronavirus)

 Contact Scott Mairs, Director of Community Services at [email protected].

Middlesex Centre has a zero-tolerance policy for 
abuse, violence, vandalism and inappropriate behaviour at recreational facilities, parks and programs. Abuse of staff may result in loss of ice time (middlesexcentre.on.ca/r-zone).
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