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Holiday Fun Fall & Winter Leisure Guide Skating Lacross Floor

Holiday Fun

Check out all the fun holiday events happening around the city!

Flip through the Fall 2016 and Winter 2017 Leisure Guide

Register today!

Skate with us in the Fall & Winter

Come ice skating or play a great game of ice hockey in our 2,000 seat arena during the Fall & Winter season.

Wooden Floor

During the spring and summer, the ice is replaced with a shock-absorbing wooden floor! Primarily for lacrosse, this space can be converted for indoor events and other sports tournaments (badminton, basketball or gymnastics).

3676 Kensington Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5B 4Z6  |  Community Centre Map Icon  Map
604-297-4521 | 24-hour Info: 604-298-0533


Hours & Registration

Hours
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm 
Sat-Sun Closed

Closed Statutory Holidays

In-Person &
By-Phone Registration
Registration is available from 9am until one hour prior to facility closing.

Our Complex

 

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Upcoming Events
 

Holiday Fun
Check out all the fun Holiday events happening around the City!
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Ugly Christmas Sweater Skate
Dec 17 | 12:30-3pm
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Polar Bear Toonie Skate 
Jan 1 | 6-9:30pm
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Pro-D Day Toonie Skate
Feb 17 
12noon-3:30pm | Drop-in, $2.00

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About Us

Bill Copeland Sports Centre has twin arenas, 2,000-seat spectator capacity, ice skating & other ice sports (fall/winter), dry-floor season (spring/summer), meeting room rentals, food service; 73,000-sq.-ft. space available for conventions, consumer shows, concerts and banquets.

In 2011, we installed a new 17,000 square foot portable maple wood lacrosse floor providing an excellent playing surface.

Parking
Parking is available for Bill Copeland and Burnaby Lake arena on the west side of the facility directly out front of Bill Copeland. This is shared with CG Brown Pool. Ample parking is also located on the east side of the Sports Complex off Joe Sakic Way across Sperling Street; this is shared with the sports fields and rugby clubhouse.

By Bus & Skytrain
Bill Copeland Sports Centre and Burnaby Lake Arenas can be reached from Sperling Skytrain Station via the 144 Metrotown or 110 Metrotown buses, or from Metrotown Skytrain Station via the 144 SFU or 110 Lougheed Station buses.