SMCC

What's Happening at the Community Centre?

Covid-19 Information as of September 8, 2021

In accordance with the Public Health Act, the following requirements will apply when entering the Stony Mountain Community Centre:

Vaccination

-All adults, 18+ must be fully vaccinated to participate in sports (including coaches & officials)

-Anyone under the age of 18 will not be required to be vaccinated to participate in sport

-Any adult 18+, entering as a Spectator, must be fully vaccinated

-Anyone under the age of 18 can enter as a Spectator with a fully vaccinated parent/guardian

-Valid photo ID and a QR code are required for vaccination verification

Masks

-Masks are required to be worn by everyone over the age of 5 to enter

-Masks are required to be worn by all spectators at all times

-Masks can be removed by Participants once the physical activity begins

Social Distancing

-Spectators from the same household may sit together

-Spectators from different households must maintain a distance of 2m


SMCC Set to Open Monday, September 13 2021!


Our ice is set to be ready on Monday, September 13 and we are also currently renovating the upstairs to the Community Centre. This is phase three and the final phase of our modernization plan. These renovations should be completed by the end of September and will not interrupt the ice facility. The updates to the Community Centre include:

  • Installation of a proper HVAC system including fresh air makeup bring us in compliance

  • Spectator access from the inside viewing area to the outside viewing area

  • Lift access to be wheelchair compliant

  • Adding a step down inside viewing area (roughly 100 seats)

  • Complete update of the hall

    • New flooring

    • lighting

    • ceiling

    • electrical

    • Bathrooms (done in phase 2)


Public Skating to Start Sunday, October 3, 2021

Free public skating will again be offered for the 2021-22 season to our community members on Sundays.

Stick and puck 3:30pm-4:30pm

Public skating 4:30pm-5:30pm



SMCC Receives Grant

We are excited to announce that we are the proud recipient of $5000 from the Farm Credit Canada (FCC) AgriSpirit Fund to help install new heating, ventilation, and a fresh air system for the Stony Mountain Community Centre. The FCC AgriSpirit Fund supports rural communities at the heart of Canadian agriculture which supports the projects that help keep these communities vibrant hubs for rural Canadians. In 2020, FCC gave $1.5 million to 92 different community groups across Canada.





Our goal is to provide the Stony Mountain area residents with a Community Centre that is functional, safe and something that the community can be proud of for years to come.