About

The Stony Mountain Community Centre provides recreational services for youth and adults locally and surrounding Interlake and Winnipeg areas.

We offer a free public skate on Sundays at 2:30pm, as well as an outdoor rink that is free for our community to use in the winter. In the spring and summer months we also offer the dry ice surface available to rent for $25/hr. Contact Kevin at 204-344-5252 or stonyrec@mymts.net.

Stony Mountain Community Centre also offers hall rentals that can accommodate groups from 10-300.

Make your next event an unforgettable experience in our spacious and updated hall and kitchen. Book your next

family or corporate event such as weddings, socials, showers, birthday parties, Christmas parties, or Meetings.

2020 SMCC Board of Directors

President: Nick Vodden

Vice President: Corey Breul

Secretary: Sherri Vautour

Treasurer: Debbie Pansky

Arena Manager: Kevin Vautour

Communications & Marketing: Robyn Deprez

Fundraising: Lisa Deprez

SMMH Representative: Melanie Schram

SMS Representative: Christine Wirgua

Past President: Dawne Smithson

Maintenance Representative: Position currently available

Councillor Representative: Tom Hoffman

Stony Mountain Community Centre Covid Policy

General Guidelines

Note: Amended October 18, 2020

Effective Monday, October 19, 2020 only one spectator per one on ice participant should attend sports events, including hockey games/practices and skating until further notice.

General Guidelines

COVID-19 has changed the way we can operate our arenas and we need a plan that will keep people safe. This includes participants, fans, coaching staff, and facility staff. SMCC has developed a return policy that will adhere to current health and safety standards as prescribed by the Province of Manitoba, Skate Canada, and Hockey Manitoba Guidelines. It is essential that participants, coaches, spectators, staff, and event attendees adhere to these policies.

Any person experiencing Covid 19 symptoms should stay home, even if they are mild.

Renters are responsible for the actions of their group or members. If anyone who attended SMCC is sick and gets tested for COVID-19 please inform the Arena Manager immediately. If anyone tests positive for COVID-19 after visiting the SMCC facility, please inform the Arena Manager and Public Health.

If any staff from SMCC tests positive for COVID-19, SMCC will inform Public Health and follow their guidelines as well as contact any other appropriate parties immediately.

All users are required to keep a list of the members of their group and contact information for 21 days to ensure appropriate public health follow up can take if an individual is exposed to Covid-19. This will include participants, fans, coaches and spectators. Users will be required to supply an individual/volunteer to undertake this action. Note: For hockey games this will include your team and the opposing team’s information.

All participants, coaches, spectators, and event attendees must exit the building within 20 minutes after their session.

Designated Entrance and Exit

The existing main entrance – 117 School Road will serve as both the designated Entrance and Exit to the facility. Specific signage will indicate which door to be used. Everyone will be asked to self-screen before entering the building at any time. Appropriate screening signage will be posted at the entrance to the building and screening can also be completed at sharehealth.mb.ca/covid19/screening. Upon arrival, every individual entering the building is required to use the hand sanitizer located at the entrance to the facility.

Signage

SMCC will display appropriate signage throughout the facility relating to participant and spectator access, physical distancing, hand washing, self-screening, and hand sanitizing.

Event Rentals

SMCC will follow the most up to date Public Health Order related to attendance quotas. It will be the responsibility of the Renter to meet all current Public Health Orders. Hand Sanitizer must be supplied by the renter.

Social distancing must always be practiced. The use of face coverings is advised when social distancing cannot be achieved. Members of the same household do not need to social distance.

SMCC will set up chairs/tables according to physical distancing guidelines and the most up to date Public Health orders. SMCC will place markers on floors where line ups could occur, i.e. washrooms/canteen/bar.

Social Distancing / Attendance (Spectators)

Social Distancing must be respected. To help accomplish this SMCC will:

· Place social distancing markers on the floor in high traffic areas and on the walls in the upstairs viewing area.

· Eliminate the use of tables and chairs in the upstairs viewing area for the present time.

· Eliminate the use of every other row in the bleachers in the arena.

· Place social distancing markers on wall behind bleachers to indicate six feet marker

· Place social distancing markers in dressing rooms at six-foot intervals (14 in large dressing room, 10 in small dressing room).

Note: The use of face coverings is advised when social distancing cannot be achieved.

Attendance quotas will be subject to the most up to date Public Health Orders. With respect to hockey and skating, at present spectators are limited to one person per on ice participant, effective Monday, October 19, 2020.

Cleaning

· Public Washrooms will be cleaned on a regular basis

· High touch areas will be cleaned on a regular basis

· Change rooms will be cleaned after every use.

· Garbage receptacles will be emptied regularly.

· Players Benches, penalty box will be wiped down between use.

· Scorekeeper will be required to wipe down area after use.

· Water fountains are not to be used until further notice.

HOCKEY

Hockey must comply with guidelines as outlined in Hockey Manitoba Return to Play protocols and rulings as established by the Interlake Minor Hockey Board. Where volunteers are required to monitor and ensure compliance, Stony Mountain Minor Hockey will provide the appropriate volunteers. SMCC will -

- Spray and clean Dressing rooms between usage.

- Sanitize Benches and penalty boxes between usage.

- Have Showers and toilets available for use.

- Close off Water Fountain.

- Erect Signage stating that only participants and coaching staff will be allowed in the dressing rooms. Spectators will not be allowed in the downstairs dressing room area except to access the doors to the outside arena viewing area. NOTE: only one parent or caregiver per child will be allowed for children 8 and under requiring assistance.

- Provide plexi glass barriers for canteen windows along with hand sanitizer.

Note: Canteen must adhere to the most current Public Health Orders.

SKATING

Skating must comply with guidelines as outlined in Skate Canada/Manitoba Return to Play Protocols.

Skating must provide necessary volunteers to comply with Skate Canada/Manitoba Return to Play Protocols as it refers to:

- Ensuring any person entering the facility for a Skate Canada programming or figure skating related activity wears a mask for the duration of their stay.

- Ensuring all individuals (coaches, skaters, volunteers, participants, officials, spectators, etc. signs the required Skate Canada waiver.

- Ensuring skaters, coaches, parents, volunteers, and program staff have a daily verbal screening prior to entering the building.

- Ensuring there is appropriate adult supervisor off the ice making sure that physical distancing guidelines and traffic flows are being followed.

Skating must provide the appropriate cleaning supplies for their activities. In addition to posting signage as is required, SMCC will

- Spray and clean Dressing rooms between usage.

- Have Showers and toilets available for use.

- Close off Water Fountain.

- Erect Signage stating that only participants and coaching staff will be allowed in the dressing rooms. Spectators will not be allowed in the downstairs dressing room area except to access the doors to the outside arena viewing area. NOTE: only one parent or caregiver per child will be allowed for children 8 and under requiring assistance