Ice Skating

Ice Skating
Adaptive ice skating

Northeast Passage has a strong partnership with Labrie Family Skate at Puddle Dock Pond, a seasonal outdoor ice rink created by a volunteer committee in collaboration with Strawbery Banke Museum. NEP is at the rink each week during the cold weather months offering free use of adaptive skating equipment, including sit-down recreational ice sleds, adult skate trainers, etc., and staff who can assist individuals in using it. Be sure to register through NEP to ensure we have equipment for you. In addition, for those who would like to skate at other times, there is an adaptive skate at the rink for anyone to use, free of charge. Click here for information on rink accessibility.

Interested in coordinating a skating event at a rink near you or renting a skate? View our ice skating equipment, and check out our Contracted Adaptive Recreation program information.

skating with assistance
adaptive ice-skating
skating in a seated sled



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