CANSKATE - Learn to Skate, PreCanskate - WINTER

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CANSKATE openings for January - April

WINTER REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED


Join the Skate Canada sanctioned skating development program, skating once or twice per week, January through April.  Your chance to be part of the Flashing Blades show in April!

LTS - 9 Weeks - January through April 2020

Online registration is now available for the second round session of Learn to Skate, running January through April 2020.


The Learn-to-Skate program teaches basic skating skills in a large group environment.  This is not a badge program. This is a community based program, not a Skate Canada National Program.  Each session runs for approx. 30 minutes in length. 

Skater Registration Information

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Winter Skating Is Underway!

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED


Winter Season: October 7 through April 11,  25 weeks.


Season schedule and program brochure available above as PDF downloads.  Ice times are shared between Lions Parks and Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre.  Schedule subject to change.  Please follow us on Facebook for news and announcements, @brantskatingclub


ICE LOSSES are marked on the club event calendar.


Please note: earlier schedules had Star 1/2/3 off-ice at 11:45am on Saturdays.

This has since been updated to 12:15pm on Saturdays.


Flashing Blades 2020 will be April 11 at the Brantford Civic Centre.


ICE LOSSES

From time to time throughout our figure skating season, the City of Brantford Parks and Recreation Department may require Lion's Park.  Lost ice dates are posted on the Calendar.  


Skating fees have been adjusted to compensate for lost ice.  *Monday ice losses (holidays) and Saturday ice losses (Hockey Tournaments) can be made up on another session.  Please speak to the Director of your program or Coach to schedule a make-up day for lost ice.*

Skate Canada Safe Sport

Skate Canada places the highest priority on a safe and fun learning environment for all of its participants.


Several programs are planned for roll-out in the coming years based on Skate Canada’s Safe Sport Framework. These programs will facilitate best-in-class safety initiatives. It is Skate Canada’s goal and commitment to be the leading Safe Sport organization in Canada and the World. 


Click here to visit: Skate Canada Safe Sport