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Entry Standards per group


LTS Information Sheet


Program details: 

Learn To Skate (15 week Program- $290)

Time : Friday evening (16 week program) Runs October 21 -March 2023 

Description: Program ranges from beginner aged to more advanced skill development. This program is on Hockey style skates and great for those wanting to Learn to skate or improve overall skating skills. LTS is geared towards all forms of skating whether you are learning for Hockey, Ringette, Speed Skating, or general Recreation. 

Skaters are divided based on ability from beginner to advanced.

Minimum age: 4 year's old by July 1st 2022

This program is in its 4th decade and is extremely popular.

C Group (Learn to Speed Skate) - $450 

Description: This program is designed for returning Speed Skaters and skaters who have graduated from a Learn to Skate program and can jump, turn, stop, and skate backwards on their own . The club offers skate rentals for those skaters wishing to rent. 

Tuesday :6:00-7:00 pm 

Thursday: 5:45-6:45 pm 

Runs: Oct 18th - March 30, 2023

B Group (Competitive)- $550

Description: Intermediate level skating program designed for competitive level speed skaters. The club offers skate rentals for those skaters wishing to rent speed skates. 

Tuesday: 7:00-8:00 pm

Thursday: 6:45-8:00 pm

Runs:  Oct 18th -March 30, 2023

A Group (Competitive to Elite) - $950 

Description: Advanced level speed skating program

Monday - 7:15-8:30 pm

Tuesday - 8:00-9:15 pm

Wednesdays: 6:45-8:00 pm

Sundays 8:00-9:15 am (total of 10 throughout season)

Runs: Oct 17th- March 28, 2023

Dressing Rooms: (TBC)

~ Dressing Room 10 as a Family/Unisex area (common area, any skaters and/or parents welcome)

~ Dressing Room 8 as a Male Skaters Only (parents please remain outside in hall)

~ Dressing Room 6 Female Skaters Only (parents please remain outside in hall)

No phones/tablets/other camera devices are to be turned on and they must remain packed away at all times while in the dressing room. This applies to anyone in the dressing rooms. Parents are responsible for monitoring skaters (and their own) behavior.