Thank you for your reservation to Chanukah with the Ducks, a joint project of Chabad Houses of Orange County!
Below is please find information regarding:
Honda Center Clear Bag Policy
Looking forward to seeing you there!
South Entrance of the Honda Center Parking Main Lot 1 (right of Katella Ave.).
Activities open at 3:30. Menorah Lighting at 4:45.
Tickets (and T-Shirts) will available at the designated information booths at the pre-game activities.
Honda Center Clear Bag Policy:
Please be aware of the new Honda Center CLEAR bag policy and please pass this information along to your guests. The bag and all building policies can be found at https://www.hondacenter.com/arena-info/clear-bag-policy/
Game Time: 5:30
Food: Kosher Food will be available (from OC Kosher) at kiosks near the Chabad Group Seating.
· Everyone must have a completed waiver form in order to play broomball after the Ducks game. Adult waivers need to be completed by each adult and parents or guardians will need to complete a Minor waiver for any participants under 18 (adult and minor waivers are attached).
· The waivers are your passes to get on the ice so please make sure to print out the attached waivers for each participant, fill them out, and bring them with you to the broomball event.
· We will collect each waiver from every participant individually so please do not collect these in advance.
Time & Location:
· Broomball starts immediately following the Ducks game and will go for 1 hour.
· Please have everyone head down to section 220 following the Ducks game and sit in a seat with their waiver in hand while we prepare the ice for broomball.
· Everyone must wear flat, closed-toe shoes (no sandals or anything with a heel).
· Each participant must wear a helmet that will be provided in small, medium, and large sizes.
· Non-participants wanting to watch participants may sit in section 220 during the broomball session.
· We can have up to 120 people on the ice at a time. If you have around 300 people participating, we will have 3 x 18 minute sessions in order to allow to time for everyone to get on and off the ice.