December 15, 1:00 p.m to 2:45 p.m.
Looking to rent an Ice Rink?
Centennial Ice Rinks has time available for private rental on both the Main Rink and Studio Rink during the Winter Break Holiday! Please call 847-256-9666 for available times and details.
Centennial Ice Rinks
2300 Old Glenview Road
Welcome to Centennial Ice Rinks, the ISI National award-winning facility in management and ice-skating programs. Named the #1 Ice Rink by the readers of North Shore Magazine.
- ISI class programs instructing over 3,000 skaters a year
- ISI hockey class programs instructing over 500 skaters a year
- 25 hours of Open Freestyle Sessions per week
- Member of the United States Figure Skating Association
- Member of Ice Skating Institute
- Wilmette Hockey Association
- New Trier High School Hockey Club
- Loyola Academy Hockey Club
- Loyola University Hockey Club
- Wilmette Cougars Women's Hockey Club
- Tom McDaniels Adult Hockey
- Hockey North America Adult Hockey
- Annual Spring Ice Show
- Loyola Academy Thanksgiving High School Hockey Invitational Tournament
- Summer Figure Skating Camp
- "Mid-Summer Classic" ISI Competition
Ice Rink Staff
Manager: Sean Flynn
Assistant Manager: Mark Stansfield
Skating Program Director: Vickie Tassone
Skating Program Coordinator: Cydele Fadeeva
Administrative Assistants: Ann Olson
Maintenance Supervisor: Mark Sak
Quality hockey and figure skates are available in children's size 8 through adults' size 12 during public skating and lessons. Skate Rental fees: $4.25 for public skating, $3.75 for lessons.
$7.50 While You Wait | $5.50 Overnight
Skate sharpening available by our Blademaster Custom Radius Skate Sharpener located in our Skate Rental area. Call Centennial Ice Rinks, 847/256-9666, for more specific information.
Guide to Centennial Ice Rinks
A complete guidebook for Centennial Ice Rinks entitled On the Cutting Edge is available in the Ice Rink Office. This informative handbook answers pertinent questions you may have about our programs and policies at Centennial along with helpful tips such as how to properly fit and lace your skates.
The concession stand serves a variety of refreshments during skating lessons, public skating sessions, scheduled hockey games and private ice rentals.