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STARSkate Thursday 5:10pm-6:40pm
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Day / Time / Location: Thursday 5:10pm-6:40pm
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY,
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY
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STARSkate

STARSkate offers opportunities for skaters of all ages to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of ice dance, skating skills, free skate and interpretive skating. Unique in Canada, this program teaches figure skating skills in a group and/or private lesson format in a progressive and sequential manner. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system.

Sessions are open to all levels of STARSkate as well as AdultSkate participants, with prior approval by coach. Skaters work at their own pace and lessons are billed directly to the skater.

All sessions include a 15 minute stroking session in fees paid


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 21, 2019 at 10:34 AM
Adult Skate Thursday 6:40pm-8:10pm Full Year
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Day / Time / Location: Thursday 6:40pm-8:10pm
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY,
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY
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Get Active with Us!

AdultSkate is a successful part of the Wild Rose FSC. This program is geared towards all levels of skaters, age 12 and up. Whether you are just learning to skate, a recreational skater, test, or a returning competitive skater, our adult program is for you. Our professional coaches will help you achieve your goals and increase your confidence in the skills you want to learn. A dance partner will be made available for those who wish to take dance tests throughout the year. Whatever your skill level, there is something for you at the Wild Rose Figure Skating Club.

All lessons are private/semi-private and billed directly from the Coach to the Skater.

15 minutes of Stroking is included in every ice time

 


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 1:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 28, 2019 at 10:27 AM
STARSkate Saturday 11am-12:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 11am-12:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$800.00 Loading...
Program Description:

STARSkate

STARSkate offers opportunities for skaters of all ages to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of ice dance, skating skills, free skate and interpretive skating. Unique in Canada, this program teaches figure skating skills in a group and/or private lesson format in a progressive and sequential manner. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system.

Sessions are open to all levels of STARSkate as well as AdultSkate participants, with prior approval by coach. Skaters work at their own pace and lessons are billed directly to the skater.

All sessions include 15 minute stroking, paid for in registration.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
CanSKATE Saturday Full Year 12:30pm-1:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 12:30pm-1:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$560.00 Loading...
Program Description:

CanSkate

Learn to Skate Program Information

CanSkate, Skate Canada’s flagship program is one of the most sought-after skating programs in Canada. CanSkate was developed by experts to teach the fundamentals of skating in a progressive manner. Designed for beginners of all ages, the focus is on fun, participation and basic skill development. Participants earn ribbons and badges as skills are mastered. Skaters are taught in a group lesson format by Skate Canada professional coaches and supported by trained program assistants. CanSkate is the foundational and feeder program for all other Skate Canada club and community ice sport programs. The CanSkate learning environment is enhanced through fun, music and colourful teaching aids and props along with praise and feedback from coaches. This unique intro-to-ice environment is designed to stimulate and maintain interest and enthusiasm among skaters, allowing participants to gain the physical competency and confidence to remain active for life!

CanSkate Program Objectives

  • To provide participants and families with a safe, welcoming and inclusive first experience to the sport of skating
  • To develop skating and motor skills through natural learning phases (introduction, acquisition, retention/mastery)
  • To use skill progression and repetition throughout the stages to introduce physical literacy and establish quality basic skating skills
  • To foster personal achievements and satisfaction through skill acquisition, reward and recognition
  • To evoke an interest in life-long participation in skating

Program Structure and Awards

The CanSkate program curriculum is organized into six progressive stages of learning. Each stage is broken down into three Fundamental Areas:

  •  Balance: Concentrating on forward skills, pushing technique, and edges
  •  Control: Concentrating on backwards skills, stopping and speed elements
  •  Agility: Concentrating on turning and jumping skills

The awards consist of:

  • Three Fundamental Area ribbons for each stage
  • Six stage badges

To pass a stage badge skaters must achieve all Fundamental Area ribbons (Balance, Control and Agility) from the corresponding stage. For a visual of the ribbons to badge progression, go to Skate Canada’s CanSkate page. The skill requirements for each Fundamental Area are indicated on the report card.

 


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
CanSKATE Saturday Fall Only12:30pm-1:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 12:30pm-1:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$315.00 Loading...
Program Description:

CanSkate

Learn to Skate Program Information

CanSkate, Skate Canada’s flagship program is one of the most sought-after skating programs in Canada. CanSkate was developed by experts to teach the fundamentals of skating in a progressive manner. Designed for beginners of all ages, the focus is on fun, participation and basic skill development. Participants earn ribbons and badges as skills are mastered. Skaters are taught in a group lesson format by Skate Canada professional coaches and supported by trained program assistants. CanSkate is the foundational and feeder program for all other Skate Canada club and community ice sport programs. The CanSkate learning environment is enhanced through fun, music and colourful teaching aids and props along with praise and feedback from coaches. This unique intro-to-ice environment is designed to stimulate and maintain interest and enthusiasm among skaters, allowing participants to gain the physical competency and confidence to remain active for life!

CanSkate Program Objectives

  • To provide participants and families with a safe, welcoming and inclusive first experience to the sport of skating
  • To develop skating and motor skills through natural learning phases (introduction, acquisition, retention/mastery)
  • To use skill progression and repetition throughout the stages to introduce physical literacy and establish quality basic skating skills
  • To foster personal achievements and satisfaction through skill acquisition, reward and recognition
  • To evoke an interest in life-long participation in skating

Program Structure and Awards

The CanSkate program curriculum is organized into six progressive stages of learning. Each stage is broken down into three Fundamental Areas:

  •  Balance: Concentrating on forward skills, pushing technique, and edges
  •  Control: Concentrating on backwards skills, stopping and speed elements
  •  Agility: Concentrating on turning and jumping skills

The awards consist of:

  • Three Fundamental Area ribbons for each stage
  • Six stage badges

To pass a stage badge skaters must achieve all Fundamental Area ribbons (Balance, Control and Agility) from the corresponding stage. For a visual of the ribbons to badge progression, go to Skate Canada’s CanSkate page. The skill requirements for each Fundamental Area are indicated on the report card.

 


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
PreCANSKate Saturday Full Year 12:30pm-1:00pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 12:30pm-1:00pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$280.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
PreCANSKate Saturday Full Year 1:00pm-1:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 1:00pm-1:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$280.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
PreCANSKate Saturday Fall Only 12:30pm-1:00pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 12:30pm-1:00pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$165.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
PreCANSKate Saturday Fall Only 1:00pm-1:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 1:00pm-1:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$165.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
GroupSTAR Full Year Saturday 11am-12:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 11am-12:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$1,095.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Group STARSkate

The Group STARSkate figure skating program is being offered as a stepping-stone from CanSkate to STARSkate. Skaters at the CanSkate Stage 4 level are eligible for this program. Lessons are provided in a group format and led by a professional coach. Skaters who should consider this program are those who are interested in going into the Skate Canada STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program. Ice and coaching fees are included with registration in this program.

  • This program introduces skaters to the basic skills needed for the STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program.
  • Skaters will be encouraged to practice their skills independently.
  • Figure skates are recommended for this program

15 minutes of stroking included in each session


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
GroupSTAR Fall Only Saturday 11am-12:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 11am-12:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$600.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Group STARSkate

The Group STARSkate figure skating program is being offered as a stepping-stone from CanSkate to STARSkate. Skaters at the CanSkate Stage 4 level are eligible for this program. Lessons are provided in a group format and led by a professional coach. Skaters who should consider this program are those who are interested in going into the Skate Canada STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program. Ice and coaching fees are included with registration in this program.

  • This program introduces skaters to the basic skills needed for the STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program.
  • Skaters will be encouraged to practice their skills independently.
  • Figure skates are recommended for this program

15 minutes of stroking included in each session


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
Day / Time / Location: Monday 6:30pm-8pm
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY,
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY
$605.00 Loading...
Program Description:

STARSkate

STARSkate offers opportunities for skaters of all ages to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of ice dance, skating skills, free skate and interpretive skating. Unique in Canada, this program teaches figure skating skills in a group and/or private lesson format in a progressive and sequential manner. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system.

Sessions are open to all levels of STARSkate as well as AdultSkate participants, with prior approval by coach. Skaters work at their own pace and lessons are billed directly to the skater.

15 minute stroking is included in each session, paid in registration.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 18, 2019 at 10:38 AM
GroupSTARSkate Full Year Monday 6:30pm-8pm
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Day / Time / Location: Monday 6:30pm-8pm
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY,
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY
$820.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Group STARSkate

The Group STARSkate figure skating program is being offered as a stepping-stone from CanSkate to STARSkate. Skaters at the CanSkate Stage 4 level are eligible for this program. Lessons are provided in a group format and led by a professional coach. Skaters who should consider this program are those who are interested in going into the Skate Canada STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program. Ice and coaching fees are included with registration in this program.

  • This program introduces skaters to the basic skills needed for the STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program.
  • Skaters will be encouraged to practice their skills independently.
  • Figure skates are recommended for this program.

15 minute stroking is included in each session, paid in registration.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 18, 2019 at 10:38 AM
GroupSTARSkate Fall Only Monday 6:30pm-8pm
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Day / Time / Location: Monday 6:30pm-8pm
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY,
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY
$480.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Group STARSkate

The Group STARSkate figure skating program is being offered as a stepping-stone from CanSkate to STARSkate. Skaters at the CanSkate Stage 4 level are eligible for this program. Lessons are provided in a group format and led by a professional coach. Skaters who should consider this program are those who are interested in going into the Skate Canada STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program. Ice and coaching fees are included with registration in this program.

  • This program introduces skaters to the basic skills needed for the STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program.
  • Skaters will be encouraged to practice their skills independently.
  • Figure skates are recommended for this program.

15 minute stroking is included in each session, paid in registration.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 18, 2019 at 10:38 AM
Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 6pm-7:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$745.00 Loading...
Program Description:

STARSkate

STARSkate offers opportunities for skaters of all ages to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of ice dance, skating skills, free skate and interpretive skating. Unique in Canada, this program teaches figure skating skills in a group and/or private lesson format in a progressive and sequential manner. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system.

Sessions are open to all levels of STARSkate as well as AdultSkate participants, with prior approval by coach. Skaters work at their own pace and lessons are billed directly to the skater.

Every session includes 15 minute stroking session, paid in registration


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 10:41 AM
CanSKATE Full Year Tuesday 5pm-6pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5pm-6pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$520.00 Loading...
Program Description:

CanSkate

Learn to Skate Program Information

CanSkate, Skate Canada’s flagship program is one of the most sought-after skating programs in Canada. CanSkate was developed by experts to teach the fundamentals of skating in a progressive manner. Designed for beginners of all ages, the focus is on fun, participation and basic skill development. Participants earn ribbons and badges as skills are mastered. Skaters are taught in a group lesson format by Skate Canada professional coaches and supported by trained program assistants. CanSkate is the foundational and feeder program for all other Skate Canada club and community ice sport programs. The CanSkate learning environment is enhanced through fun, music and colourful teaching aids and props along with praise and feedback from coaches. This unique intro-to-ice environment is designed to stimulate and maintain interest and enthusiasm among skaters, allowing participants to gain the physical competency and confidence to remain active for life!

CanSkate Program Objectives

  • To provide participants and families with a safe, welcoming and inclusive first experience to the sport of skating
  • To develop skating and motor skills through natural learning phases (introduction, acquisition, retention/mastery)
  • To use skill progression and repetition throughout the stages to introduce physical literacy and establish quality basic skating skills
  • To foster personal achievements and satisfaction through skill acquisition, reward and recognition
  • To evoke an interest in life-long participation in skating

Program Structure and Awards

The CanSkate program curriculum is organized into six progressive stages of learning. Each stage is broken down into three Fundamental Areas:

  •  Balance: Concentrating on forward skills, pushing technique, and edges
  •  Control: Concentrating on backwards skills, stopping and speed elements
  •  Agility: Concentrating on turning and jumping skills

The awards consist of:

  • Three Fundamental Area ribbons for each stage
  • Six stage badges

To pass a stage badge skaters must achieve all Fundamental Area ribbons (Balance, Control and Agility) from the corresponding stage. For a visual of the ribbons to badge progression, go to Skate Canada’s CanSkate page. The skill requirements for each Fundamental Area are indicated on the report card.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
CanSKATE Fall Only Tuesday 5pm-6pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5pm-6pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$295.00 Loading...
Program Description:

CanSkate

Learn to Skate Program Information

CanSkate, Skate Canada’s flagship program is one of the most sought-after skating programs in Canada. CanSkate was developed by experts to teach the fundamentals of skating in a progressive manner. Designed for beginners of all ages, the focus is on fun, participation and basic skill development. Participants earn ribbons and badges as skills are mastered. Skaters are taught in a group lesson format by Skate Canada professional coaches and supported by trained program assistants. CanSkate is the foundational and feeder program for all other Skate Canada club and community ice sport programs. The CanSkate learning environment is enhanced through fun, music and colourful teaching aids and props along with praise and feedback from coaches. This unique intro-to-ice environment is designed to stimulate and maintain interest and enthusiasm among skaters, allowing participants to gain the physical competency and confidence to remain active for life!

CanSkate Program Objectives

  • To provide participants and families with a safe, welcoming and inclusive first experience to the sport of skating
  • To develop skating and motor skills through natural learning phases (introduction, acquisition, retention/mastery)
  • To use skill progression and repetition throughout the stages to introduce physical literacy and establish quality basic skating skills
  • To foster personal achievements and satisfaction through skill acquisition, reward and recognition
  • To evoke an interest in life-long participation in skating

Program Structure and Awards

The CanSkate program curriculum is organized into six progressive stages of learning. Each stage is broken down into three Fundamental Areas:

  •  Balance: Concentrating on forward skills, pushing technique, and edges
  •  Control: Concentrating on backwards skills, stopping and speed elements
  •  Agility: Concentrating on turning and jumping skills

The awards consist of:

  • Three Fundamental Area ribbons for each stage
  • Six stage badges

To pass a stage badge skaters must achieve all Fundamental Area ribbons (Balance, Control and Agility) from the corresponding stage. For a visual of the ribbons to badge progression, go to Skate Canada’s CanSkate page. The skill requirements for each Fundamental Area are indicated on the report card.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
PreCANSkate Full Year Tuesday 5pm-5:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5pm-5:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$260.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
PreCANSkate Full Year Tuesday 5:30pm-6pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5:30pm-6pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$260.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
PreCANSkate Fall Only Tuesday 5pm-5:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5pm-5:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$155.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
PreCANSkate Fall Only Tuesday 5:30pm-6pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5:30pm-6pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$155.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
CanSKATE Saturday Winter Only12:30pm-1:30pm
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Jack Setters Arena,
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Program Description:

CanSkate

Learn to Skate Program Information

CanSkate, Skate Canada’s flagship program is one of the most sought-after skating programs in Canada. CanSkate was developed by experts to teach the fundamentals of skating in a progressive manner. Designed for beginners of all ages, the focus is on fun, participation and basic skill development. Participants earn ribbons and badges as skills are mastered. Skaters are taught in a group lesson format by Skate Canada professional coaches and supported by trained program assistants. CanSkate is the foundational and feeder program for all other Skate Canada club and community ice sport programs. The CanSkate learning environment is enhanced through fun, music and colourful teaching aids and props along with praise and feedback from coaches. This unique intro-to-ice environment is designed to stimulate and maintain interest and enthusiasm among skaters, allowing participants to gain the physical competency and confidence to remain active for life!

CanSkate Program Objectives

  • To provide participants and families with a safe, welcoming and inclusive first experience to the sport of skating
  • To develop skating and motor skills through natural learning phases (introduction, acquisition, retention/mastery)
  • To use skill progression and repetition throughout the stages to introduce physical literacy and establish quality basic skating skills
  • To foster personal achievements and satisfaction through skill acquisition, reward and recognition
  • To evoke an interest in life-long participation in skating

Program Structure and Awards

The CanSkate program curriculum is organized into six progressive stages of learning. Each stage is broken down into three Fundamental Areas:

  •  Balance: Concentrating on forward skills, pushing technique, and edges
  •  Control: Concentrating on backwards skills, stopping and speed elements
  •  Agility: Concentrating on turning and jumping skills

The awards consist of:

  • Three Fundamental Area ribbons for each stage
  • Six stage badges

To pass a stage badge skaters must achieve all Fundamental Area ribbons (Balance, Control and Agility) from the corresponding stage. For a visual of the ribbons to badge progression, go to Skate Canada’s CanSkate page. The skill requirements for each Fundamental Area are indicated on the report card.

 


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
PreCANSKate Saturday Winter Only 12:30pm-1:00pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 12:30pm-1:00pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
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Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
PreCANSKate Saturday Winter Only 1:00pm-1:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 1:00pm-1:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
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Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
GroupSTAR Winter Only Saturday 11am-12:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Saturday 11am-12:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
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Group STARSkate

The Group STARSkate figure skating program is being offered as a stepping-stone from CanSkate to STARSkate. Skaters at the CanSkate Stage 4 level are eligible for this program. Lessons are provided in a group format and led by a professional coach. Skaters who should consider this program are those who are interested in going into the Skate Canada STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program. Ice and coaching fees are included with registration in this program.

  • This program introduces skaters to the basic skills needed for the STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program.
  • Skaters will be encouraged to practice their skills independently.
  • Figure skates are recommended for this program

15 minutes of stroking included in each session


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:01 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:44 AM
GroupSTARSkate Winter Only Monday 6:30pm-8pm
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Day / Time / Location: Monday 6:30pm-8pm
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY,
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY
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Program Description:

Group STARSkate

The Group STARSkate figure skating program is being offered as a stepping-stone from CanSkate to STARSkate. Skaters at the CanSkate Stage 4 level are eligible for this program. Lessons are provided in a group format and led by a professional coach. Skaters who should consider this program are those who are interested in going into the Skate Canada STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program. Ice and coaching fees are included with registration in this program.

  • This program introduces skaters to the basic skills needed for the STARSkate or CompetitiveSkate program.
  • Skaters will be encouraged to practice their skills independently.
  • Figure skates are recommended for this program.

15 minute stroking is included in each session, paid in registration.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 18, 2019 at 10:38 AM
CanSKATE Winter Only Tuesday 5pm-6pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5pm-6pm
Jack Setters Arena,
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Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
PreCANSkate Winter Only Tuesday 5pm-5:30pm
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5pm-5:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$133.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
PreCANSkate Winter Only Tuesday 5:30pm-6pm
» View Details
Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5:30pm-6pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
$133.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Beginner Learn to Skate

The Pre-CanSkate program is an un-parented program designed for children ages 3 to 5 years, who have never skated before or who are not yet confident on the ice. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Lessons are taught by Skate Canada Certified Professional Coaches and trained Program Assistants in a group format and children build independence through close supervision. These sessions are shorter in length to accommodate the younger skater. Skaters will learn in an energetic, fun environment using skating aids and toys with the goal of having fun. There are 8 basic skills taught for the skaters in this program:

  1. Fall down and get up
  2. Balance on 2 feet
  3. Move forward
  4. Make snow
  5. Move backward
  6. 2-foot twist
  7. 360° march
  8. 2-foot jump

A CSA-approved hockey helmet (preferably with a cage) is required to participate in this program. Read the Skate Canada: Helmet Policy for more information.

It’s recommended that children wear good fitting snow pants, a warm jacket, and good quality mittens as they spend much time playing on the ice as they learn.

Next Steps

From the Pre-CanSkate program, skaters will move into the CanSkate program upon recommendation from coaches once their skills and attention are at an appropriate level. In the CanSkate program, balance, control, and agility skills are developed.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 3:11 PM
Day / Time / Location: Mon-Thurs 9:30am-12:45pm
CARDEL REC SOUTH,
CARDEL REC SOUTH
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Program Description:

 

Summer camp (ALL WEEKS) July 3-August 2.  Includes 30 minutes of stroking and 1 hour of off ice training.  All individual coaching is extra.

 

 

Please contact Kerri with any questions 403-828-4777


Registration Begins: April 23, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: August 2, 2018 at 9:47 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: August 2, 2018 at 9:47 AM
Day / Time / Location: 9:30am-12:45pm Mon-Thurs
CARDEL REC SOUTH,
CARDEL REC SOUTH
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Program Description:

Summer camp (WEEK 4) July 23-26.  Includes 30 minutes of stroking and 1 hour of off ice training.  All individual coaching is extra.

 

Please contact Kerri with any questions 403-828-4777


Registration Begins: April 23, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: July 26, 2018 at 9:57 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: July 26, 2018 at 9:57 AM
Day / Time / Location: 9:30am-12:45pm Mon-Thurs
CARDEL REC SOUTH,
CARDEL REC SOUTH
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Program Description:

Summer camp (WEEK 5) July 30- August 2.  Includes 30 minutes of stroking and 1 hour of off ice training.  All individual coaching is extra.

 

Please contact Kerri with any questions 403-828-4777


Registration Begins: April 23, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: August 2, 2018 at 9:57 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: August 2, 2018 at 9:57 AM
Day / Time / Location: Saturday 12:30pm-1:30pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
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Program Description:

Program Assistant needs to be approved by the Coach.


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:02 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 30, 2019 at 10:46 AM
Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 5pm-6pm
Jack Setters Arena,
Jack Setters Arena
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Program Description:

Program Assistant registration must be approved by coach


Registration Begins: July 1, 2018 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2019 at 10:48 AM
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