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Culture and Leisure Fields

  • Valid Leisure card holders do not have to pay an entrance fee.
  • Other resident participants will be required to pay an entrance fee of $4.25/adult, $2.25/child.
  • Non-residents must pay an entrance fee of $6.50/adult and $4.25/child.

    To obtain or renew your Leisure Card, please visit the Recreation Centre during opening hours (a proof of residency is required for all family members).

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Click here to consult the pool's schedule.

Click here to consult the arena's schedule.

 

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To obtain assistance with registration, please call the Recreation Centre at 514 428-4520 during office hours:

  • Monday and Friday:8 a.m.. to 9 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

 

Users of the Recreation Centre are expected to follow all health and safety guidelines while in the facility. These measures allow you to protect yourself and to protect others.

 
 

COMPLIANCE WITH PROCEDURES 

   

All visitors must obey all rules in place for the protection of users and staff. It is forbidden to use the cleaning equipment of the Center for your personal use. 

HANDICAPPED ENTRANCE

   

The side handicapped door will be closed. People with walkers or wheelchairs should call ahead for easy access (514 428-4520).

TRAINING EQUIPMENT 

   
 
Swimmers and bathers are encouraged to bring their own training equipment. Please refer to Contact program descriptions for details on what equipment is required.
 

PUBLIC ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE

   

Times and activities are subject to change without notice.

 

 

Recreation centreClick here to view the photo albumOpening Hours

Recreation Centre:
1974, City Lane
 

Administration hours:
Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to noon & 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Friday 8 a.m. to noon.

Reception desk hours:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m

Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Public Transport

  

  • All registrations must be done in person at the Recreation Centre or online.
  • Full payment (cheque, Visa, MasterCard, Interac, cash) must accompany each registration.
  • Faxed, mailed or emailed forms will not be accepted.
  • Participants must meet the age requirement of the course to be accepted.

Registration Policy

The City of Beaconsfield, Culture and Leisure Services will provide fair and equitable opportunities for program registration with preferred access to Beaconsfield residents. The City is responsible for promoting leisure services and as such recognizes that Beaconsfield residents and stakeholders should have priority access.

Fees

  • Fees advertised in the Programs and Activities booklet include all taxes.
  • Beaconsfield seniors (with proper identification) receive a 50% discount on course fees.
  • Non-residents must pay a 25% surcharge on advertised prices.
  • For most courses, Kirkland residents are considered as residents, and pay the advertised

Agreement with the City of Kirkland

More leisure programs in the West Island!.
Further to an agreement signed in November 2010 between the cities of Beaconsfield and Kirkland, Beaconsfield residents may benefit from a wider selection of leisure and library programs. Check out the programs with our neighbour from the City of Kirkland.

Centennial Hall is the City's cultural centre in which exhibitions and concerts take place. This beautiful waterfront building is home to a number of the community's cultural groups.

Centennial Hall is also available, on occasion, for private rentals. Click here for more information

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Centennial Hall Park 
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Lounge Bar
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Staircase Boardroom

Policy Statement:

The City of Beaconsfield, Culture and Leisure Services will provide fair and equitable opportunities for program registration with preferred access to Beaconsfield residents.

Policy Explanation:

The City is responsible for promoting leisure services and as such recognizes that Beaconsfield residents and stakeholders should have priority access.

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The outdoor rinks are now closed for the season. See you next year!
The opening of outdoor rinks is dependent on the mood of Mother Nature. Temperature, wind and the amount and type of precipitation are all factors that can affect ice making. It is necessary that:
 
  • The temperature is below -10°C for three consecutive days
  • The ground is frozen or at least snow covered
  • The temperature on the days following the precipitation remains below the freezing point
  • Sunshine and rain are scarce

 

Ice conditions on rinks may vary due to temperature changes. Moreover, maintenance services may be modified due to staff availability. We remind you that the use of the outdoor rinks is at your own risk.

 

OUTDOOR RINKS SCHEDULE (CLICK TO ENLARGE)

2022 rinks complete

 

 

 

TEAM SPORTS ACTIVITIES ON ICE

The Law requires any person participating in an ice hockey activity to wear the following protective equipment: Full face mask, neck guard and helmet.

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All outdoor rinks are lit in the evening (on-demand light system).

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During maintenance or ice preparation, the rink is closed.   
 
 
 
 

Cross-Country Ski Trailsski

The City offers cross-country skiing enthusiasts trails in the following parks:

  • Beacon Hill
  • Angell Woods
  • Centennial
  • City Lane
  • Christmas

The opening of the trails depends on the weather conditions and the amount of snow on the ground. In order to open the trails, the snow accumulation on the ground must be at least 20-25 cm in order to carry out the trail-grooming operations.