How it Works
Upon completion of the Learn to Speed Skate program, skaters are placed into one of our programs by our coaches, based on a combination of age, skating ability and skater safety considerations. Find information on each of these programs on the Programs page.
What to Bring
Please see our Equipment page for all of the required equipment for a speed skating practice. Skaters are also encouraged to take a water bottle onto the ice with them during practice, and bring a towel to dry off their skates after practice.
A parent, guardian or responsible adult designate is required to remain onsite for any participant under the age of 18 in case of emergency.
Parents are our club’s most valuable resource! We need your help getting our safety mats on and off the ice at the beginning and end of our ice sessions. Please check in at the beginning of each practice to see where your assistance is needed!
Check out our Participating page for the other integral volunteer roles parents and members fill in our club.
Visit our BINGO fundraising page for information on this vital part of our club fundraising activity.
Hard skate guards should always be worn when walking off-ice. Please wipe down skate blades after each practice and cover in soft guards or wrap in towels to bring home. Lay your skates and hard guards out to dry at home before putting the hard guards back on to prevent rust from forming on the blades.