COVID UPDATE: Proof of Vaccination REQUIRED to enter the Arenas
Information for CanSkate Registration
Register for two CanSkate days and get a discount - appears in your cart!
PreCanSkate A&B: for ages 3-5, and beginners who have never skated before.
Parent assistance is not mandatory this year, although encouraged for small children for the first few sessions, or those that may need some parental encouragement. Classes are held in a group format. If your child is deemed not ready to listen to or follow direction from the instructor and work in a group environment, then parent assistance will be requested in order to continue.
CanSkate A&B: Stages 1-5: for older beginners 6+, those who have completed PreCanSkate, or prior participants and more experienced skaters.
Sessions are labelled A & B; the only difference between A & B is the time the session is offered. All groups are organized according to level, so choose which available time works best for you.
All CanSkate sessions are held at Simmons Arena on North River Rd, on Thursdays and Saturdays.
The cost is $120, for Thursdays or Saturdays plus the mandatory Skate Canada membership, and only if applicable, a $60 non-Charlottetown resident fee (if your address is outside the Charlottetown city limits). **
Financial Assistance is available through Kidsport or Jumpstart.
* Exception dates: There is no skating the weekends of January 13-16, nor February 3-6 due to hockey and ringette tournaments.
** Every skater that registers (child or parent) must purchase a mandatory annual Skate Canada membership ($43.65). This membership runs from September 1, 2021 - August 31, 2022. It is only paid once per year and can be carried across all Skate Canada clubs in Canada.
The city of Charlottetown provides a minor sport subsidy to non-profit organizations for its resident youth, therefore, for those who live outside of the Charlottetown city limits there is an equivalent $60 surcharge per child.
Registration now open for January/February session
Come skate with us at Skate Again!
Find your skates and revisit your love of skating at the Charlottetown Skating Club with a new group program that combines a group warm up and open practice time. Sessions run on Tuesdays from 1045-11:45 a.m. from January 4- February 22.
Be Active. Learn some new skills and practice the skills you learned in your skating days.
Please contact Martha at email@example.com
for further information! Thank you and we will see you on the ice!”
Synchronized skating is a specialized discipline of skating involving groups of eight or more skaters performing various group formations and maneuvers. The objective is for the team to perform as one unit executing circles, blocks, lines, wheels and intersections in unison to the music, while demonstrating quality edges, power and flow.
Skills, Tests, Achievement, Recognition
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 and includes specifically designed awards and incentives.
CanSkate is a dynamic learn-to-skate program that focuses on fun, participation and basic skill development. Based on Sport Canada’s long term athlete development (LTAD) principles, CanSkate centers on physical literacy and the fundamental skills needed to take part in any ice sport or to skate as a recreational activity.
CanSkate: Learn to SkateLearn More
Come join us!
Reviving the Charlottetown Skating Club
Charlottetown Skating Club was proud to be given the opportunity to work with Immigration and Citizenship Canada on a promotion film for their “Immigration Matters” campaign. The focus of the short film is on the benefits of immigration to a community. Charlottetown Skating Club would like to thank to all who participated, and whose hard work made this happen.See more...