Pembroke Memorial Centre

Pembroke Memorial Centre
393 Pembroke Street West
Pembroke, Ontario, K8A 5N5

The Pembroke Memorial Centre is a 2450-seat multi-purpose arena in Pembroke, Ontario.  The PMC is a historic arena that opened in 1951 with an exhibition game between the Pembroke Senior Lumber Kings and Montreal Canadiens.  It is one of two hockey rinks in Pembroke, though the only one with a Junior “A” team as its main tenant. It features bowl seating  as well as recently renovated player facilities and locker rooms.

Aside from hockey, the Memorial Centre is able to host concerts, trade shows and graduation ceremonies, but it was built for hockey and is beloved by any player, coach or fan who visits this historic arena.  Read more about the Pembroke Memorial Centre by clicking here.

Ticket Office: Pembroke Lumber Kings
P.O. Box 92
Pembroke, Ontario, K8A 6X1
Telephone (613) 732-8146