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Biggar Jubilee Stadium

Features

  1. Hockey
  2. Ice Skating
In 1955 the Jubilee Stadium opened to the public. It has a cement floor, artificial ice, and seating for  600. The ice surface is 190 x 85. The rink has four dressing rooms with showers.

The Biggar Jubilee Stadium plays host to a variety of events and community groups throughout the year. In the winter months the stadium is home for senior hockey, minor hockey (both girls and boys), recreation hockey, old-timer hockey, power skating, and figure skating. In the summer, the stadium is home for the Biggar Integrated Day Camp and many other social events.

Memorial Hall

Mark Edwards Memorial Hall is located above the lobby of the Jubilee Stadium. The hall is home to the Biggar School of Dance and the Biggar Air Cadets. With a view of the Jubilee Stadium's ice surface, it makes for a great place for social events.

Curling Rink

Located near the stadium is The Curling Rink, which was built in 1961. It has four sheets of artificial ice, a concession area, and a licensed lounge.