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Bobby Orr Community Centre


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The Bobby Orr Community Centre is a fully accessible community centre, boasting an ice surface, a hall, and a meeting room.

Located at the end of Mary Street, the facility is a hub of on-ice activity from September - April. In the off season, the ice surface hosts commercial trade shows and various events including indoor sports and concerts.

The rental rooms are home of many activities and events including the weekly bridge club, the Shriner's annual wild game dinner, 4-H Club activities, and many special events including the Yuk Yuk's tours, Wellness Fairs and the Optimist Club of Parry Sound's Breakfast with Santa.

COVID-19 Update 

(March 21, 2022) - The Bobby Orr Community Centre is open to the public as the Province of Ontario further eases restrictions and moves to the Roadmap Exit Step.

For additional information and reference please visit the updated provincial regulations.

Effective March 21, 2022, the Province of Ontario has lifted masking requirements in most indoor public settings, including meeting and event spaces, and sport and recreation facilities.  As of March 21, patrons will no longer be required to wear face masks in the Bobby Orr Community Centre, but may continue to wear a facemask if they wish to do so.  

Please note the following  guidelines remain in effect at the Bobby Orr Community Centre:

  • Proof of Vaccination is not required prior to entry. 
  • Passive Screening is to be completed by individuals prior to entry.  Signage for verification will be posted at the entrance. 
  • No restriction on capacity limits.
  • Food and beverage consumption is permitted in the facility.
  • Drop-in recreation programs are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.  There is no need to pre-register for drop-in programs.

This web page will be updated as new information regarding the impact of public health restrictions on the operations of the Bobby Orr Community Centre is made available.