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  • Skating lessons for all ages from 3 and up!
  • Learn to Skate programs are taught by Skate Canada certified coaches.
  • Progress to Figure Skating after completing the CanSkate program.
  • Progress quickly with in-class assessments and test days for higher levels.
  • Private lessons with a professional coach will help you achieve your skating goals.
  • 2019 Javier Fernandez Seminar
  • Our Annual Ice Show is fun for all our skaters!
  • Come Celebrate Halloween with us!
  • Come skate with us and make new friends!
  • North Toronto Memorial Arena

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Save $100 on Learn to Skate programs if you register by Oct 31/19!


Contact our Club Administrator if you need help registering.

ROWAN’S LAW: Learn how to prevent, identify and manage concussions
Skaters under 26 and parents of skaters under 18 years of age must confirm that they have reviewed the Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resources and Skate Ontario’s Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes and Parents/Guardians.
PLEASE RETURN THE SIGNED FORM TO THE CLUB OFFICE

Thank you to Javier Fernandez for providing all our STARSkaters with a fun and challenging seminar to improve their skills.

Our STARSkate Advanced skaters and coaches with Javier Fernandez
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Javier Fernandez

NTSC is excited to announce it’s Annual Skating Seminar with 2 time World Champion, Olympic Bronze Medalist and 7 time European Champion 

Javier Fernandez from Spain

Javier will visit our club and do a workshop with all our STARSkaters during their regular session on Tuesday, October 1:

5:10 – 6:10 pm
STAR 1 & STAR 2

6:10 – 7:10 pm
Intermediate

7:20 – 8:35 pm
Senior

8:45 – 10:00 pm
Advanced

Even if you don’t skate on a Tuesday – please come out and join us for this amazing opportunity. 

NO need to sign up – the workshop is complimentary from the club.

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Friday, September 20th to Thursday, September 26th:
First class for Parent & Tot (3-4 years), CanSkate A (3-5 years) and CanSkate B (6-9 years).

Please arrive 30 minutes before your first class to sign in and get a name/group sticker for your child’s helmet.

Don’t forget to bring:

  • Skates (lace up only, no plastic skates with buckles)
  • CSA approved hockey helmet (face mask recommended for beginners)
  • Warm jacket
  • Snow pants (Parent & Tot / CanSkate A)
  • Track pants, sweat pants or leggings (CanSkate B)
  • Gloves or mitts (waterproof recommended for beginners, bring extras!)
  • Lock if you rented a locker

Parents/guardians of children aged 12 and under must remain at the arena during their child’s class and should watch from the stands.

If your child has never skated before, they will spend the first few weeks falling down, sitting on the ice and learning how to stand up. Once they can get up on their own you will see them improve quickly!

Skaters advance at their own pace and will be moved between groups as their skating skills improve.

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