UPDATE: Policy Regarding Proof of Vaccination
As of WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2021 the Province of Ontario requires any adult (18+) entering any recreational facility to be fully vaccinated and show proof upon each entry into the building. A vaccine receipt + one piece of government issued ID must be provided. The Town of Orangeville will be requesting proof of vaccination together with one piece of government issued ID at the entrance to Tony Rose Rec Centre. Our programs will be affected by this as it will include any parent/guardian and spectator entering the building.
A friendly reminder that we are a non-profit sports organization operated by a volunteer board of directors. We are required to to follow all Covid-19 protocols and policies as set by the Province of Ontario and the Town of Orangeville Facility Protocols.
Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
2021-2022 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.
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.
Suitable for skaters 5+ who have passed CanSkate Stage 1, have the basic skating skills- turning, stopping, jumping, skating backwards, or on coach recommendation.
Suitable for skaters 10 & under, who have completed CanSkate Stage 2 or equivalent. Must be able to stop, turn, skate forward & backward without a stick.