The EDHC will be strictly following the MN Department of Health (MDH) rules and Minnesota Hockey Guidelines.
For Spring starting April there will be no spectators attend practices. Due Boys & Girls Club occupancy we are watching the attendance carefully. We require all who enter to fill out the QR code which provides us with tracing information if there should be an outbreak at the time you were here at our facility. This includes those using the ice. Regarding games or tournaments, the spectators will need to fill out the QR code.
Players are to arrive dressed carrying skate’s helmets and gloves. 10 minutes before ice time and must exit the building within 10 minutes of leaving the ice. No bags are allowed.
Spectators at Games (April 1st) are limited to four family. We are allowing children under the age of 12 in but must be seated next to an adult and may not be unaccompanied on the mezzanine or anywhere else in the building. All spectators and players/coaches will be required to wear a mask and always maintain proper social distance guidelines.
No dryland activity or team workouts may occur in the facility.
Players will be admitted 10 minutes before the scheduled ice time. No earlier. Spectators will be admitted at game time.
Do not drop players off any earlier due to the weather.
We have installed a doorbell if we are not at the door at the time please ring the doorbell.
With the hockey seasons coming to a close, you will be able to rent our turf soon!
Starting April 12th Monday - Friday & some Weekends after 7pm the turf can be reserved.
Call the EDHC at (218) 464-1711 to reserve your time.
In regards to purchasing a game through our EDHC Streaming Tab
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are using a card to purchase any games, your card must be able to make international purchases.
Do you have any broken hockey sticks laying around. Drop them off at the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center and Bob Bell will convert them to walking sticks for those in need!
ESSENTIA DULUTH HERITAGE CENTER ANNOUNCES UNPRECEDENTED GIFT FROM TODD & SUSAN JOHNSON TO HELP SUSTAIN THEM THROUGH THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Duluth, MN — When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March of 2020, the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center faced a seemingly impossible financial challenge. For over a decade the Center had prided itself on running like a business and now, like so many other local businesses, the Center was facing a dire financial future. The Essentia Duluth Heritage Center was created to inspire and empower Northland youth to become the best that they can be. And it was in this moment of uncertainty that a northland family stepped up to show leadership and community support in an unprecedented way. Their gift spanning 16 months will carry the operations of the Center through the current pandemic. The Johnsons have been significant community supporters for over three decades. In addition to their entrepreneurial efforts, they have also been remarkably generous in financially supporting several nonprofit enterprises in our area. They have long been impressed by the community’s creation and support of the Heritage Center. They endorse the Center's mission of citizenship, personal responsibility and community. Still, it came as a surprise when Pat Francisco, he Center’s Foundation Chair, received a call from Todd Johnson. “He called me out of the blue,” Pat said, “and asked about our organization’s current stress level. I told him, honestly, that it was on yellow and trending to red.” That was all Todd needed to hear. “Maybe I can help,” Todd said. In a moment of nationwide instability and uncertainty, a family in our community has once again stepped up to support the work of the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center, continuing the proud legacy of Jerry DeMeo and the late Dick Loraas. “The Essentia Duluth Heritage Center is a community treasure,” said Todd Johnson. “Like so many other businesses impacted by this time, they had expenses that needed to be paid. We thought it was important that someone from our community — someone who has been blessed with the resources to help — step in to do so and help them keep their crucial mission going.” “It’s so important that people with the resources to do so give back to the community we all call home,” said Todd. “We can be a force for good and show vital organizations that, when the chips are down and the future is not certain, there are people who will step forward and help” “The Johnsons saw a community need and they took action,” said Pat. “They acted on their love of this community and its care for our children. “We sincerely thank the Johnsons for their charitable leadership at such a critical time.” The Johnsons, in their crucial support of the work of the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center, are a real-life example of the words of Franklin Roosevelt when he said “we cannot always build a future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future." About The Essentia Duluth Heritage Center Completed in 2008, the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center is a facility which provides an environment that inspires and promotes a healthy lifestyle through diverse, quality opportunities with special emphasis on youth sports and the programs of the Boys and Girls Club. About the Duluth Heritage Sports Center Foundation The Duluth Heritage Sports Center Foundation exists to support the mission of the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center and to promote the values that encourage personal responsibility and citizenship.
Take Part in Our Pay It Forward PPE Project!
During each 4-hour volunteer session, 30 to 35 volunteers will assemble 6,000 face shields for use by front line workers needing added protection from the coronavirus. Volunteers will be provided with safety and assembly training, a T-shirt and masks, and prizes purchased from our local businesses.
In true pay-it-forward style, each volunteer session will allow us to distribute 500 masks to community members and organizations and raise $1,000 for your selected nonprofit partner.
Follow the WDIO link below for some great coverage on what is taking place in Seitz Arena!
If your own business/organization wanted to get involved please visit www.ecolibrium3.org/
Vintage Sports Camp is cancelling for the month of June
The Sports camp will look to open July 8th.
When we get new information it will be posted to this page, and our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.
City of Duluth Open Skates have been postponed until further notice.
TUESDAY PRESCHOOL SKATE
WEDNESDAY NIGHT OPEN SKATE
SUNDAY OPEN SKATES
Stay tuned for more updates!
Due to CDC protocols and social distancing our Wednesday Night Yoga classes have been canceled until further notice.
Stay connected with the Essentia Duluth Heritage Center page so you can be notified when classes start back up!
-The EDHC Staff
During the launch of our Values Banners project, we presented this video to depict who we are and what we stand for.
Check out this video to learn more about the EDHC's Values Banner Program.