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AYR FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY ARENA
nORTH dUMFRIES COMMUNITY COMPLEX
2958 gREENFIELD rOAD
AYR, on
pH: 519-632-8800

QUEEN ELIZABETH ARENA
AYR COMMUNITY CENTRE
7 CHURCH STREET P.O. BOX 1127
AYR, ON
PH: 519-632-7442

The Township of North Dumfries maintains two arenas for public use. The Queen Elizabeth Arena in the Ayr Community Centre located on Church Street and the Ayr Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Arena in the new state-of-the-art North Dumfries Community Complex on Greenfield Road. Combined, these facilities host a variety of events and activities for the community.

For information on programs and activities to sign up for in the Township of North Dumfries click here to go to our Sports/Programs Page.

On this page:

For information on donating to individualize a seat in the Ayr Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Arena click here.


Link to Ice Rink Photo

 

NDCC Regular Hours:

Open 7 days a week from 7:00AM to 11:00PM.

Department of Recreation Services Hours:

Monday to Friday 8:30AM to 4:30PM. 

 

 


Booking information:

Ice:

To book the ice rink or for information in regards to ice times contact Michelle Poissant by email or call (519) 632-8800.

Hall Rentals:

To book the MacNeil-Hall for events or conference rooms or to organize use as a user group, please contact Michelle Poissant, Community Outreach Coordinator, at (519) 632-8800 or email Michelle Poissant.

Some events in the North Dumfries Community Complex will require a liquor license. Please see our licensing page for more information.


Public Skating

 Day

 Time

 Where

Parent, Tot, & Seniors Skating
Every Tuesday & Thursday starting October 7th
Every Wednesday

10:00 - 11:00 am &
1:00 - 3:00 pm
10:00 - 11:00 am
 North Dumfries Community Complex
Public Skating
Every Saturday starting October 5th
$3/skater or $10/family
7:00 - 9:00 pmQueen Elizabeth Arena
Public Skating
Every Sunday starting October 6th
$3/skater or $10/family
1:00 - 2:20 pm

North Dumfries Community Complex

 

Ticket Ice:

5 days a week starting at 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. - passes available September 23rd.

Ticket ice Monday, Wednesday & Friday 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm - passes available September 23rd.

Passes are available for 3 months at a cost of $175.00, monthly at $75.00 or pay as you go at $10.00 per bisit

Passes may be obtained by contacting the Township of North Dumfries Recreation Services at 519-632-8800.

Shinny at the NDCC:

Play pick-up games, planned by those in attendance (first come, first served).

  • Players must be over the age of 18
  • Body contact is not permitted
  • Goalies play for free

Full equipment recommended, CSA approved helmet, with face mask, chinstraps must be fastened. Shinny will be available at the NDCC every Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 - 1:00 pm for persons over the age of 18. $10.00 per visit.


Steven and Carol Lowe Heritage
Transportation Group Walking Track

Walking Track

 

 The North Dumfries Community Complex also has a walking track around the upper area of the skating rink. The walking track is open when the building is open (see hours above) and anyone is able to come in and use the track at their leisure. Thanks to some funds raised and the Trillium Grant, the flooring was finished with an appropriate soft walking track surface to make use easy and safe. The track is 200 metres per lap and provides an excellent, dry and warm place to exercise any time of the year.

 

 

 


Splash pad & Soccer park at the Community Complex

The North Dumfries Community Complex  has a fully functioning Splash Pad and Soccer Park equipped with washrooms and a concession booth. The Centre for Community Group raised funds to provide our Township with this wonderful addition to the North Dumfries Community Complex facilities.

The splash pad is open all summer and at no cost to those wishing to use it.

The splash pad is open daily from 9am - 8pm so stop by with your family to spend the day outside.

Playground Equipment at NDCC

 Splash Pad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soccer Park

 

 

The North Dumfries Community Complex is sporting a new set of playground equipment (Above Left) along with a brand new splash pad (Above). There are also new soccer fields as seen to the left.


 

 

 





Community Garden

The North Dumfries Community Complex is also home to a large community garden located at the left side of the North Dumfries Community Complex. Families and individuals have taken up plots to grow vegetables and flowers in the community garden. Currently featuring 10x10 plots, the community garden is in its first year showing much success.

There will be further plots available in future and possibly some changes to plot size and function, depending on how the first year goes. For further information the community garden rules are available by clicking here.

The amenities that any gardener needs are being made available to those who use the community garden. This includes a watering system that collects rain water from the North Dumfries Community Complex roof, which is then transferred to a tank located directly next to the garden for use. There is also a shed going in to hold the primary tools of gardening and even a raised gardening plot in the area.

Thanks to the community members who have donated so much time and resources to make this a hit!


Cafe, Rooms & More

Breakaway Cafe LogoThe NDCC also contains the Breakaway Cafe, a concession booth on the second level of the arena, above the ice rink. The hours vary and the cafe is only open during hockey and skating seasons. Stop by for a coffee and snack and watch a hockey game or sit in the cafe area where the township has provided free wifi service.

The NDCC contains board rooms, the MacNeil-Hall, a seniors lounge, and a youth room. Many programs are run throughout the building by community groups and businesses alike. The MacNeil-Hall is also booked for wedding and stag & doe functions, for more information on booking please contact Michelle Poissant by email or call 519-632-8800.  


Community Health Centre

The Community Health Centre is also located in the North Dumfries Community Complex building. The CHC runs many programs and uses much of the facility to aide in hosting these programs. For full details on programs, clinics, and events for the Community Health Centre please visit their website.