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9/10/2020 Update:

With Boise being moved into the “yellow” category by Central District Health, we understand there are a lot of questions. The Idaho IceWorld team is working closely with city leaders on what our seasons, leagues and programs may potentially look like moving forward. We are committed to the safety of every one of our customers and our employees. As soon as we have programming information available, we will have it posted on our website and will communicate those changes with our users. Thank you so much for your continued patience at this time.

8/31/2020 Update: 

In compliance with the social gathering limitations imposed by Central Health District, spectators will not be permitted inside the facility - NO EXCEPTIONS.

8/13/2020 Update: Once again, we thank you for your patience as we continue to work toward a safe return to programming at IceWorld. We wanted to provide you with the latest information we have regarding Learn to Skate classes, Hockey Learn to Play classes, Figure Skating and Hockey drop in programs, and Youth and Adult Hockey leagues. We have been putting plans in place and it is our hope to begin offering limited Learn to Skate and Hockey Learn to Skate Programs, as well as Figure Skating and Hockey drop in programs the week of September 8. However, please keep in mind this date could change based on the city and county’s current stage of reopening or other guidance from state and local health officials. 

Meanwhile, youth and adult hockey league registration continues to be evaluated and there is no definitive timeline when registration or play will begin.  We will provide updates as they are available. 

Idaho IceWorld has implemented new health and safety protocols throughout the facility due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its continued spread in our community. Due to the updated Central District Health public health order that took effect in the City of Boise on August 11th, all Idaho IceWorld users will be required to wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth when inside the facility, with the exception of when they are actively engaged in athletic competition, training, or practice within the confines of the ice surface. Coaches or instructors are required to wear a mask while on the ice at all times. In addition, coaches, instructors and participants not within the confines of the playing surface shall be required to wear a mask.

We will continue to communicate with you as additional in-depth details regarding programming become available. Thank you for your continued patience and support as we do all we can to keep employees and participants at our facility safe.