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ACC 3 on 3 Black and White

If you have registered and paid for an upcoming Spring Andover Community Center program, you will be receiving a full refund. We appreciate your patience as we work on getting refunds approved and processed. If you do not receive your refund by April 10th, please contact ACC Program Coordinator, Cindy Ramseier at c.ramseier@andovermn.gov



ACC 3 v 3 Mite Hockey Program - Registration Closed - Program FULL

The ACC 3 v 3 Mite Hockey Program at the Andover Community Center is offered in the spring (March/April) each year. This program is a fast paced way to increase decision making skills and improve a player’s ability to read and react. Registration fee includes an ACC 3 v 3 jersey.  Groups formed based on skill level.  All participants must have previous hockey experience and know how to skate. Full Hockey equipment required. This program is open to the public, not just Andover residents. 2020 program dates: April 3, 5, 17, 19, 24, 26 and May 3 (7 sessions). Cost is $109 per player, includes Jersey. More Information and Register. Limited space available. Registrations accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

Please note, due to ice availability, the start date for this program changed from original post - all families who registered prior to this change will be notified via email..


Adult 18+ Open Hockey


Admission is $5 per skater, goalies skate for free. Helmets and gloves are mandatory.  The schedule is based on ice availability and is subject to change.  

Open Skate


No sticks, pucks or figure skating jumps allowed during open skate sessions. The schedule is based on ice availability and is subject to change. See the monthly open skate / hockey schedule for current dates and times.

Private Ice Rentals


Contact us at accinfo@andovermn.gov 763-755-3238 to schedule your private ice rental.

Intro to Hockey - Jr Huskies

Jr. Huskies is a program sponsored by the Andover Huskies Youth Hockey Association for youth ages 3 - 8.  This program will introduce youth to the sport of Hockey.  Youth participating in this program should have already participated in the Andover Community Center Introduction to Ice Program or have taken basic ice skating skills.  For more information, visit the AHYHA.


Outdoor Rinks & Warming Houses
 

The Outdoor Ice Rinks & Warming Houses are operated by the City of Andover, not the Community Center.  For additional information, visit the Parks Department page or contact Andover City Hall at 763-755-5100.


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