The Nipawin Centennial & Jubilee Arena Complex is located at 510 2nd Avenue East. The Centennial Arena has played an important role in bringing our local and rural communities together. The arena hosts important, vibrant, and family-oriented events such as:
These events attract hundreds of visitors from Nipawin and surrounding communities to the arenas.
The Nipawin Centennial Arena was built in 1967. It is our primary arena and a hub of the community. The Jubilee Arena was built in 1985 and is our secondary arena. The arenas are located in Central Park and share an ice plant. They may be rented on an occasional or seasonal basis, both summer and winter, for a variety of activities.
The Centennial Arena has a concession booth that offers hot and cold food and beverages. It has artificial ice with a seating capacity of 1,200. The Jubilee Arena also contains artificial ice and has a seating capacity of 300. Both are equipped with stereo sound systems.
The Centennial Arena is home of the Nipawin Hawks.
Check out the Hawks season schedule at: www.nipawinhawks.sk.ca
Hourly ice rental is available at both arenas during the regular season. Daytime and late night hours are also readily available for casual, contract or league rentals. Fees & Charges report is attached.
Contact: Chelsea Corrigan
Address: 510 2nd Avenue East, Nipawin, SK