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Day / Time / Location: Tuesdays 6:00-6:50 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

CanSkate is Skate Canada's flagship learn-to-skate program, designed for beginners aged 3 to adult. CanSkate focuses on fun, participation and basic skill development.

Group lessons are provided by NCCP certified Skate Canada coaches. CanSkate skills are divided into stages. Skaters are placed into groups according to their age, skating ability, and the stage(s) they are working on. Skills are assessed on a continuous basis, with badges/ribbons awarded when all the skills at a particular stage have been achieved.

CanSkate: For skaters aged 3 and up who have not passed Stage 6 of CanSkate. Upon completing Stage 5, CanSkaters can choose to remain on CanSkate sessions to complete Stage 5 & 6, OR they may complete Stages 5 & 6 during the PreStar group figure skating sessions.

Required equipment:

CSA approved hockey helmets are MANDATORY and face masks are highly recommended for ALL CanSkate sessions (including Adults/Teens) until the completion of of CanSkate Stage 5. 


Registration Begins: June 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Star 1 - 2 (Preliminary & Junior) Tuesday - Group Coaching
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesdays 7:00-7:50 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

Skate Canada’s STARSkate program teaches figure skating skills in a progressive and sequential manner, in group lesson and/or private session formats. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system, or participate in competitions throughout the year.

This session is for skaters with a private coach to work freeskate skills only.  Group instruction is provided.

Maximum 17 skaters on the ice.

To skate on this session, a skater must meet the following qualifications:

STAR 1 (PRELIMINARY):

Group Lessons: A skater may move to STARSkate group figure skating lessons as early as completion of CanSkate Stage 5.

Preliminary STARSkaters will complete CanSkate Stage 6 in group figure skating lessons.

Star 2-3 (Junior) - A skater may skate on a Star 2-3 session upon completion of: The Star 1 Free Skate and skills OR Star 3 Skills OR the complete Star 3 Dance. Private coaching is recommended as only 30 minutes of group instruction is offered.


Registration Begins: June 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Star 2 (Junior) - Tuesday with Shared Stroking
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesdays 5:00-5:50 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

Skate Canada’s STARSkate program teaches figure skating skills in a progressive and sequential manner, in group lesson and/or private session formats. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system, or participate in competitions throughout the year.

This session is for skaters with a private coach to work.  15 minutes of group instruction and 15 minutes of group stroking is provided.

Maximum 17 skaters on the ice combined with Star 3+.

To skate on this session, a skater must meet the following qualifications:

Star 2-3 (Junior) - A skater may skate on a Star 2-3 session upon completion of: The Star 1 Free Skate and skills OR Star 3 Skills OR the complete Star 3 Dance. Private coaching is recommended as only 30 minutes of group instruction is offered.

Star 3-4 (Intermediate) - A skater may skate on a Star 3-4 session upon completion of: The complete Star 2 Freeskate OR Star 5 Skills OR the complete Star 5 Dance. Private coaching is recommended as only 15 minutes of group instruction is offered.

Star 5+ (Senior): Axel Plus Skills (must land axelA skater may skate on a Star 5+ (Senior) session upon completion of 2 of: Star 4 Free Skate (Elements and Solo), Star 7 Dance, Star 7 Skills. Private Coaching is required for this level as no group coaching is offered.


Registration Begins: July 3, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Star 3+ (Intermediate/Senior) - Tuesday with Shared Stroking
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesdays 4-5:50 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

Skate Canada’s STARSkate program teaches figure skating skills in a progressive and sequential manner, in group lesson and/or private session formats. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system, or participate in competitions throughout the year.

This session is for skaters with a private coach to work freeskate skills only.  No group instruction provided. 15 minutes of stroking is provided.

Maximum 17 skaters on the ice.

To skate on this session, a skater must meet the following qualifications:

Star 2-3 (Junior) - A skater may skate on a Star 2-3 session upon completion of: The Star 1 Free Skate and skills OR Star 3 Skills OR the complete Star 3 Dance. Private coaching is recommended as only 30 minutes of group instruction is offered.

Star 3-4 (Intermediate) - A skater may skate on a Star 3-4 session upon completion of: The complete Star 2 Freeskate OR Star 5 Skills OR the complete Star 5 Dance. Private coaching is recommended as only 15 minutes of group instruction is offered.

Star 5+ (Senior): Axel Plus Skills (must land axelA skater may skate on a Star 5+ (Senior) session upon completion of 2 of: Star 4 Free Skate (Elements and Solo), Star 7 Dance, Star 7 Skills. Private Coaching is required for this level as no group coaching is offered.


Registration Begins: July 3, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Synchronized Skating - Glencoe Fusion
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesdays 8:00 - 8:50 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

Syncronized Skating - Glencoe Fusion

Skaters must be CanSkate Stage 5 or higher and enrolled in at least 1 Skate Canada Lesson program.


Skaters will also be responsible to buy a a uniform (coat with Fusion logo and black pants). Uniform details will be given once team is formed.


Registration Begins: July 23, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: September 30, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Mite Hockey PreCanSkate - Tuesday 6:00-6:25 PM
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Day / Time / Location: Mite Hockey PreCanSkate -Tuesday
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

Mite Hockey PreCanSkate - Southwest Bullets

Hockey registration for the 2019-2020 season is underway.

Southwest Bullets Minor Hockey is looking for kids 6 years old and younger to sign up and to play the fun and exciting game of hockey.
This is a great time to start, when you enter into the IP program (age 5 & 6) or the Mite program (age 4 and younger), there is the added benefit of FREE enrollment into the PreCanSkate program and a reduced rate for the CanSkate program. 

Pre-CanSkate is a component of CanSkate. The Pre-CanSkate program is designed for participants who have never skated before or skaters who are not yet confident with their balance on the ice.

Pre-CanSkaters work on the essentials needed for to move safely and effectively on the ice, so they are prepared to move through the different learning stations: Balance, Control, and Agility. There are eight basic skills that will ready the skaters for Stage 1. Often before the end of the season, skaters will move on from Pre-CanSkate and join the CanSkate group. Coaches will make parents aware of when the child is ready to move to the CanSkate group. There is a top up fee associated with the move to CanSkate as the skaters will receive a longer and more in depth program. 

The Pre-CanSkate learning stage is motivated through props and play. Skaters will learn through visual teaching aids and props with also the incorporation of music. As the skaters’ skills progress, the skaters will rotate through the learning stations.

All lessons are taught by NCCP certified professional coaches. Program Assistants are also there to guide and assist skaters.

Required equipment:

  • CSA approved hockey helmets are MANDATORY and face masks are highly recommended for ALL CanSkate sessions (including Adults/Teens) until completion of CanSkate Stage 5.

Registration Begins: August 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 8:00 PM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Day / Time / Location: IP Hockey CanSkate -Tuesday
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

IP Hockey PreCanSkate - Southwest Bullets

Hockey registration for the 2019-2020 season is underway.

Southwest Bullets Minor Hockey is looking for kids 6 years old and younger to sign up and to play the fun and exciting game of hockey.
This is a great time to start, when you enter into the IP program (age 5 & 6) or the Mite program (age 4 and younger), there is the added benefit of FREE enrollment into the PreCanSkate program and a reduced rate for the CanSkate program. 

Pre-CanSkate is a component of CanSkate. The Pre-CanSkate program is designed for participants who have never skated before or skaters who are not yet confident with their balance on the ice.

Pre-CanSkaters work on the essentials needed for to move safely and effectively on the ice, so they are prepared to move through the different learning stations: Balance, Control, and Agility. There are eight basic skills that will ready the skaters for Stage 1. Often before the end of the season, skaters will move on from Pre-CanSkate and join the CanSkate group. Coaches will make parents aware of when the child is ready to move to the CanSkate group. There is a top up fee associated with the move to CanSkate as the skaters will receive a longer and more in depth program. 

The Pre-CanSkate learning stage is motivated through props and play. Skaters will learn through visual teaching aids and props with also the incorporation of music. As the skaters’ skills progress, the skaters will rotate through the learning stations.

All lessons are taught by NCCP certified professional coaches. Program Assistants are also there to guide and assist skaters.

Required equipment:

  • CSA approved hockey helmets are MANDATORY and face masks are highly recommended for ALL CanSkate sessions (including Adults/Teens) until completion of CanSkate Stage 5.

Registration Begins: August 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 8:00 PM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Day / Time / Location: IP Hockey CanSkate -Thursday
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
$70.00 Loading...
Program Description:

IP Hockey PreCanSkate - Southwest 

Hockey registration for the 2019-2020 season is underway.

Southwest Bullets Minor Hockey is looking for kids 6 years old and younger to sign up and to play the fun and exciting game of hockey.
This is a great time to start, when you enter into the IP program (age 5 & 6) or the Mite program (age 4 and younger), there is the added benefit of FREE enrollment into the PreCanSkate program and a reduced rate for the CanSkate program. 


Pre-CanSkate is a component of CanSkate. The Pre-CanSkate program is designed for participants who have never skated before or skaters who are not yet confident with their balance on the ice.

Pre-CanSkaters work on the essentials needed for to move safely and effectively on the ice, so they are prepared to move through the different learning stations: Balance, Control, and Agility. There are eight basic skills that will ready the skaters for Stage 1. Often before the end of the season, skaters will move on from Pre-CanSkate and join the CanSkate group. Coaches will make parents aware of when the child is ready to move to the CanSkate group. There is a top up fee associated with the move to CanSkate as the skaters will receive a longer and more in depth program. 

The Pre-CanSkate learning stage is motivated through props and play. Skaters will learn through visual teaching aids and props with also the incorporation of music. As the skaters’ skills progress, the skaters will rotate through the learning stations.

All lessons are taught by NCCP certified professional coaches. Program Assistants are also there to guide and assist skaters.

Required equipment:

  • CSA approved hockey helmets are MANDATORY and face masks are highly recommended for ALL CanSkate sessions (including Adults/Teens) until completion of CanSkate Stage 5.

Registration Begins: August 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 8:00 PM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Day / Time / Location: Thursdays 6:00-6:50 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
$190.00 Loading...
Program Description:

CanSkate is Skate Canada's flagship learn-to-skate program, designed for beginners aged 3 to adult. CanSkate focuses on fun, participation and basic skill development.

Group lessons are provided by NCCP certified Skate Canada coaches. CanSkate skills are divided into stages. Skaters are placed into groups according to their age, skating ability, and the stage(s) they are working on. Skills are assessed on a continuous basis, with badges/ribbons awarded when all the skills at a particular stage have been achieved.

CanSkate: For skaters aged 3 and up who have not passed Stage 6 of CanSkate. Upon completing Stage 5, CanSkaters can choose to remain on CanSkate sessions to complete Stage 5 & 6, OR they may complete Stages 5 & 6 during the PreStar group figure skating sessions.

Required equipment:

CSA approved hockey helmets are MANDATORY and face masks are highly recommended for ALL CanSkate sessions (including Adults/Teens) until the completion of of CanSkate Stage 5. 


Registration Begins: June 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 3, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Star 1 - 2 (Preliminary & Junior) Thursday - Group Coaching
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Day / Time / Location: Thursdays 5:00-5:50 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
$285.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Skate Canada’s STARSkate program teaches figure skating skills in a progressive and sequential manner, in group lesson and/or private session formats. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system, or participate in competitions throughout the year.

This session is for skaters with a private coach to work freeskate skills only.  Group instruction is provided.

Maximum 17 skaters on the ice.

To skate on this session, a skater must meet the following qualifications:

STAR 1 (PRELIMINARY):

Group Lessons: A skater may move to STARSkate group figure skating lessons as early as completion of CanSkate Stage 5.

Preliminary STARSkaters will complete CanSkate Stage 6 in group figure skating lessons.

STAR 2-3 (JUNIOR):

Star 2-3 (Junior) - A skater may skate on a Star 2-3 session upon completion of: The Star 1 Free Skate and skills OR Star 3 Skills OR the complete Star 3 Dance. Private coaching is recommended as only 30 minutes of group instruction is offered.


Registration Begins: June 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 3, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Mite Hockey PreCanSkate - Thursday 6:00-6:25 PM
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Day / Time / Location: Mite Hockey PreCanSkate-Thursday
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
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Program Description:

Mite Hockey PreCanSkate - Southwest Bullets

Hockey registration for the 2019-2020 season is underway.

Southwest Bullets Minor Hockey is looking for kids 6 years old and younger to sign up and to play the fun and exciting game of hockey.
This is a great time to start, when you enter into the IP program (age 5 & 6) or the Mite program (age 4 and younger), there is the added benefit of FREE enrollment into the Pre-CanSkate program and a reduced rate for the full CanSkate program. 

Pre-CanSkate

Pre-Canskate is a component of CanSkate. The Pre-CanSkate program is designed for participants who have never skated before or skaters who are not yet confident with their balance on the ice.

Pre-CanSkaters work on the essentials needed for to move safely and effectively on the ice, so they are prepared to move through the different learning stations: Balance, Control, and Agility. There are eight basic skills that will ready the skaters for Stage 1. Often before the end of the season, skaters will move on from Pre-CanSkate and join the CanSkate group. Coaches will make parents aware of when the child is ready to move to the CanSkate group. There is a top up fee associated with the move to CanSkate as the skaters will receive a longer and more in depth program. 

The Pre-CanSkate learning stage is motivated through props and play. Skaters will learn through visual teaching aids and props with also the incorporation of music. As the skaters’ skills progress, the skaters will rotate through the learning stations.

All lessons are taught by NCCP certified professional coaches. Program Assistants are also there to guide and assist skaters.


Registration Begins: August 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 8:00 PM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
PreCanSkate - Tuesday 6:00-6:25 PM
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Day / Time / Location: Tuesdays 6:00-6:25 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
$120.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Pre-Canskate is a component of CanSkate. The Pre-CanSkate program is designed for participants who have never skated before or skaters who are not yet confident with their balance on the ice.

Pre-CanSkaters work on the essentials needed for to move safely and effectively on the ice, so they are prepared to move through the different learning stations: Balance, Control, and Agility. There are eight basic skills that will ready the skaters for Stage 1. Often before the end of the season, skaters will move on from Pre-CanSkate and join the CanSkate group. Coaches will make parents aware of when the child is ready to move to the CanSkate group. There is a top up fee associated with the move to CanSkate as the skaters will receive a longer and more in depth program. 

The Pre-CanSkate learning stage is motivated through props and play. Skaters will learn through visual teaching aids and props with also the incorporation of music. As the skaters’ skills progress, the skaters will rotate through the learning stations.

All lessons are taught by NCCP certified professional coaches. Program Assistants are also there to guide and assist skaters.

Required equipment:

  • CSA approved hockey helmets are MANDATORY and face masks are highly recommended for ALL CanSkate sessions (including Adults/Teens) until completion of CanSkate Stage 5.

Registration Begins: June 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 22, 2019 at 12:00 AM
PreCanSkate Thursday 6:00-6:25 PM
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Day / Time / Location: Thursday 6:00-6:25 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
$120.00 Loading...
Program Description:

Pre-CanSkate

Pre-Canskate is a component of CanSkate. The Pre-CanSkate program is designed for participants who have never skated before or skaters who are not yet confident with their balance on the ice.

Pre-CanSkaters work on the essentials needed for to move safely and effectively on the ice, so they are prepared to move through the different learning stations: Balance, Control, and Agility. There are eight basic skills that will ready the skaters for Stage 1. Often before the end of the season, skaters will move on from Pre-CanSkate and join the CanSkate group. Coaches will make parents aware of when the child is ready to move to the CanSkate group. There is a top up fee associated with the move to CanSkate as the skaters will receive a longer and more in depth program. 

The Pre-CanSkate learning stage is motivated through props and play. Skaters will learn through visual teaching aids and props with also the incorporation of music. As the skaters’ skills progress, the skaters will rotate through the learning stations.

All lessons are taught by NCCP certified professional coaches. Program Assistants are also there to guide and assist skaters.


Registration Begins: June 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Withdrawal Deadline: October 22, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Day / Time / Location: Thursdays 7:00-8:20 PM
Southwest Middlesex Arena Glencoe Memorial Arena,
Glencoe Skating Club
$255.00 Loading...
Program Description:

CanSkate is Skate Canada’s flagship learn-to-skate program, designed for beginners aged 3 to adult. CanSkate focuses on fun, participation and basic skill development.

Group lessons are provided by NCCP certified Skate Canada coaches. CanSkate skills are divided into stages. Skaters are placed into groups according to their age, skating ability, and the stage(s) they are working on. Skills are assessed on a continuous basis, with badges/ribbons awarded when all the skills at a particular stage have been achieved.

Adult/Teen CanSkate: For beginner skaters age 14 and up, interested in developing skating skills for recreational skating/exercise, or for eventually playing hockey or figure skating. Adults/teens will be placed into a group with other teen/adult skaters


Required equipment:

  • CSA approved hockey helmets are MANDATORY and face masks are highly recommended for ALL CanSkate sessions (including Adults/Teens) until completion of CanSkate Stage 5.

Registration Begins: June 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Registration Cut-off: March 26, 2020 at 7:00 PM
Withdrawal Deadline: January 1, 2020 at 12:00 AM