Hello Skating Families,
Skate Canada Orangeville is working closely with the Town of Orangeville to plan a safe return to skating. The Government of Ontario announced that the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health Unit will move back into the provincial Covid-19 framework on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 and will move forward in Red Zone. This allows a maximum of 10 participants on the ice.
We plan to continue our Starskate program once the Town facilities open up and hope to be in touch with these skaters soon.
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer our Canskate & Powerskate programs at this time due to the limit of 10 participants and availability of ice. Should we be in a position to deliver these programs in the near future, we will send notification to all club skaters. In the meantime, we hope everyone stays safe and well.
Thanks for your understanding!
2020-2021 Programs Offered
Suitable for skaters 3+ who have little or no skating experience. Skaters will learn to balance, move forward, move backward, stop, jump and turn.PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately, we are unable to offer this program at this time due to physical distancing protocols. Please see our Parent & Tot program below.
PARENT & TOTSuitable for skaters 3+ who have little or no skating experience focusing on basic movements such as moving forward & backward and falling down/getting up.Each skater is required to have an parent/adult (18+) accompany them who must have sufficient skating level to effectively skate on their own and support their skater.This program is replacing our PreCanSkate program for the current 2020-2021 season.