Ice Schedule

Our skating session and off-ice programs are offered year around. Currently all programming is offered at Glacier Pointe Ice Complex. A detailed calendar is shown at the bottom of this page.

  • Fall sessions run September - November
  • Winter sessions run November - end of January
  • Spring sessions run February - mid June
  • Summer sessions run middle of June to late August

Basic Skills Program

So, you want to learn how to skate? You've come to the right place.

We particiapate in the U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program! The Basic Skills program will help you learn all the fundamentals of figure skating - it's simply the best way to take to the ice. The Basic Skills program is designed by U.S. Figure Skating to be the best beginning ice skating program that is fun, challenging and rewarding.

Why U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program?

  • Official learn-to-skate program of the National Governing Body for figure skating
  • The road to the Olympics
  • Highest quality instruction
  • Fun, challenging and rewarding skating curriculums for all ages and abilities
  • Bridge to U.S. Figure Skating testing and competitive structure
  • Promotional materials available for skaters, parents and facilities
  • Manuals, videos and workshops for all instructors
  • Sports accident insurance coverage

All for a $7.50 annual membership fee!

Its Great to Skate !

The curriculum is designed to keep skaters enthusiastic about learning from the time they begin lessons until the time they reach their goals. Whether your goal is to achieve Olympic fame or simply enjoy the recreational benefits of skating, Basic Skills is for you! The entire Basic Skills program has special classes for many facets of skating including free skate, pairs, synchronized skating, choreography (Artistry in Motion) and hockey. Currently there are more than 800 programs and 100,000 skaters registered across the United States in the U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program.

Basic Skills Skater

The objectives of the program are:

  • To provide a fun and safe skating experience for the beginner as well as the more advanced skater
  • To teach correct technique of the basic elements of skating
  • To develop a finer degree of coordination and balance
  • To promote physical fitness
  • To have fun!

In order to join the U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program, you need to register through our club by contacting our Basic Skills Director. Soon you'll be on your way to enjoying one of the greatest sports around!

Who to Contact

For more information on our program, contact Linda Murray by phone at (519) 862-5253 or by email at lsmurray@cogeco.ca.

Forms

Additional Information

Detail Calendar of Ice-Related Events

Date Event
Nov 26 2009No Skating on Thanksgiving!