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Ice pad at Centre 70 Arena has a new name: UFIT Rink

L-R Jules Fournier, Sara Maveety, Josh Maveety from UFIT standing beside a new sign at the UFIT Rink at Centre 70 Arena.

Left to right: Jules Fournier, Sara Maveety and Josh Maveety from UFIT Kingston standing in front of the new sign for UFIT Rink.

Centre 70 Arena has a fresh new look thanks to a naming rights sponsorship agreement with UFIT Kingston.  

Following approval from City Council on February 6, the UFIT Rink will bear the name for a period of five years.  

“We are grateful and fortunate to have local businesses like UFIT Kingston who are dedicated to supporting the health and wellbeing of the community,” said Amy Elgersma, Director, Recreation and Leisure Services. “The funding from naming rights sponsorships is an important part of supporting the City’s efforts to provide affordable recreation opportunities.” 

UFIT Kingston is a fitness and training facility located at 720 Progress Ave., Unit 6, specializing in fitness classes, sports performance training, clinical kinesiology and fascial stretch therapy services.  

We are thrilled to partner with the City of Kingston on this opportunity. At UFIT, we believe in the power of fitness and recreation to bring people together, and we’re excited to support this fantastic facility that offers so much to local residents,” says Sara Maveety, Co-Owner & Operations Manager at UFIT Kingston. “This partnership reflects our commitment to fostering a healthy, active lifestyle and giving back to the community that has supported us over the years. We look forward to seeing the UFIT Rink's positive impact on local sports and recreational activities.”  

Located at 100 Days Rd., the UFIT Rink at Centre 70 Arena features an 85' X 200' NHL-size ice pad. The arena also offers a community meeting room, the Bloom CommUnity Café, and recreational programming throughout the year. 

The City of Kingston acknowledges that we are on the traditional homeland of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and the Huron-Wendat, and thanks these nations for their care and stewardship over this shared land.

Today, the City is committed to working with Indigenous peoples and all residents to pursue a united path of reconciliation.

Learn more about the City's reconciliation initiatives.

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