BREAKING NEWS AT THE RINK!
Are you a youth looking to play roller or floor hockey? We are still looking for youth floor and roller hockey players. Click here for our registration form.
SCHEDULING CHANGE – 5/25 – Jr. Stick Time from 4-4:50pm has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
ATTENTION NOVICE PLAYERS – We have a clinic for you! Click here for more information!
CONGRATS TO THE WHALERS – 2012-13 Mixed League Champs
ATTENTION YOUTH HOCKEY PLAYERS – The 1st session of Learn to Skate/Learn to Play for NOVICE & MITES WILL has started. Looking for our 2nd session? Wednesdays starting, 7/10 at 6pm. Click here for more information!
CHARITABLE NEWS FROM THE RINK!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR 12.12.13 FOR VALLEY GIVES DAY! Donate to your favorite non-profit rink!
DONATE TO YOUR NON-PROFIT RINK BY CLICKING HERE and THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Blocks of Ice Applications still available!
FIGURE SKATING NEWS FROM THE RINK!
Summer Freestyle sessions available on Tuesdays from 10-11:50am ($25) and 5-5:50pm ($15). Click on our figure skating page for more information.
INDOOR/OUTDOOR HOCKEY NEWS FROM THE RINK!
3rd Annual Kevin J. Major Memorial Tournament will be held August 8-11, 2013. Click here for more information.
Adult Floor Hockey League has started. Join us on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
WHS Bombers Assistant Coach KEVIN UVA, will be coordinating Amelia Park’s Summer Learn to Play for Squirts, PeeWees, & Bantams. Click here for our REVISED flyer.
SUMMER LEAGUE INFORMATION AVAILABLE FOR DEK HOCKEY, 18+, MIXED LEAGUE. Roller Hockey and Novice Time information available soon. If you don’t have a team and are interested in playing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Camps & Clinics for boys & girls will be available throughout the summer months. Click here for more information!
It’s more than an Ice Arena…
Amelia Park Ice Arena is a sports complex and memorial garden, financed by the late Westfield philanthropist Albert F. Ferst (1919-2011), in memory of his wife Amelia. Throughout her lifetime, “Millie’s” intent was to give back to the community, especially the youth, in providing positive opportunities for them. Mr. Ferst shared his wife’s ideals. In 2000, the Ice Arena that Millie envisioned several years ago became a reality. Unfortunately, her early demise prohibited this gracious lady from seeing one of the Ferst’s many generous acts come to fruition. The Albert & Amelia Ferst Operating Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit entity, was formed in 1998, with the expressed purpose of building this recreational facility and garden in her memory.
The main building is a 47,000 square foot facility which includes a NHL sized ice rink with seating for 600; party rooms; a skate rental and sharpening area; limited pro-shop; four locker rooms and a food concession area. A 65′ x 170′ outside inline skating rink is located next to the main building and near Amelia’s Garden, a 1.3 acre memorial park.