Watford Arena Update, News (Petrolia Minor Hockey)

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Watford Arena Update
Submitted By Karis Sylvester on Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Reminder for the teams playing in Watford: 

Showers – A reminder that use of dressing room showers is not permitted.

One(1) Parent/Guardian/Spectator is allowed into the arena for each player – They can only enter at the start of the ice time (not during the 15 minutes prior to the ice time), and must exit the building 5 minutes prior to the end of the ice time. This is to keep the total amount of people in the arena under 50.

Parents/Guardians/Spectators Viewing – In the arena, parents/guardians/spectators are only permitted on the west side of the arena for viewing and must sit in the designated area (G1 or G2) assigned to the ice time.

  • Parents/Guardians/Spectators Exit –  Reminder to use the north west exit marked “H” on the floor plan.

  • Entrance – Reminder to physical distance in the lobby when signing in as well as outside at the entrance.

  • Screening and Contact Tracing – Anyone entering the building must be recorded on the attendance sheet for contact tracing.
  • Masks (covering nose and mouth) are required.





Rob Wilson


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