List of prohibited items in the Olympic Center:
- Selfie sticks
- Outside food or beverage
- Cans, glass, or plastic containers
- Weapons of any kind
- Pocket knives
- Flammable liquids
- Laser pointers
- Any other items deemed inappropriate by the Olympic Center staff
In the interest of safety for all attending the events at the Olympic Center, we will be doing bag checks at all entrances during events. We ask that you limit the size of any purses or bags to 13 inches long, 9.5 inches tall and 6 inches wide. We will not allow backpacks of any kind into the Olympic Center.
As of Feb. 11, 2022, masks are no longer required but recommended when unable to be socially distanced. Patrons who are more comfortable wearing one are encouraged to do so. Patrons are not required to show proof of vaccination or negative test result. This policy is subject to change.
COVID-19 is a contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. ORDA is following all gathering guidelines mandated by New York State and Essex County. By attending the Event spectators agree to follow all required protocols, which are subject to change at any time, and assume all risks relating in any way to the risk of contracting COVID-19. The failure to follow mandated COVID-19 protocols may result in revocation of a spectator’s ticket and expulsion from the Event.
Refunds will not be issued for the Event; New York State and Essex County gathering guidelines mandate all operational procedures during this unprecedented time. You bear all risks of inclement weather. Event date and time are subject to change.
Assumption of Risk
All spectators should be aware that the sport of hockey carries inherent risks, including the risk that despite the presence of shielding and nets, pucks and other objects may fly into spectator areas during play, and could cause injury. Stay alert at all times before, during and after play. If struck, immediately ask an usher for directions to a medical station.
In accordance with the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act and NYS Human Rights Law, ORDA welcomes service animals and service animals in training who have been trained to assist a person with a disability, to assure access by individuals with disabilities to the ORDA venues, programs, activities, services, and events that are open to members of the public. No other animals will be permitted.Learn More