Our season is resuming for Wed. Feb. 24th and Wed. March 3rd
Welcome to the Millbrook Skating Club Offering Learn-to-Skate and Figure Skating Programs
2020-2021 Skating Season changes:
We have reduced the number of programs due to COVID restrictions. We are offering the following two programs this year:
(1) CanSkate Stages 2-6: Wednesdays from 5:00-5:50pm
Due to Skate Canada requirements, we cannot offer skating programs for skaters who have not past Canskate stage 1 or higher. As of January 2021, we are offering a Parent and Tot Skating Program for Pre-Can to Stage 1 Skaters.
Season start date for CanSkate: Wednesday October 21, 2020
Wednesdays from 6:30-7:50pm
We are working with the CMCC staff to ensure a safe transition from our CanSkate program to our STARskate program. The start time of our STARskate program is subject to change to accommodate this transition.
Season start date for STARskate: Wednesday October 14, 2020
Season end date for all programs: Wednesday March 3, 2020
Please note that our season start and end dates are subject to change.
The Millbrook Skating Club is offering a Parent and Tot Skating Program for Pre-Can to Stage 1 skaters.
Parents and guardians are invited to join their skater on the ice to help our coach maintain social distancing.
2 sessions - Wed. Feb. 24th and March 3rd
2020-2021 Skating Season Health and Safety Protocols (Updated February 2021):
As of mid-July, Skate Canada has released the mandatory COVID-19 protocols for health and safety on the ice. There will be many changes, which will affect the delivery of our programs for the 2020-2021 skating season. Our coaches and executive board members are working hard to maintain the quality of our programs, but we need the support of our members to help implement the following new measures:
Health screenings for all skaters before each session
Social distancing on the ice
Session attendance including the skater’s guardian
No spectators (with the exception of one guardian per family)
Use of props will be minimized and sanitized before and after each skating session
Maximum of 46 individuals on the ice and ice side (including coaches, volunteers, and programming assistants). Please note that this number is subject to change depending on Municipal regulations.
No hands-on coaching
Limited number of people in dressing rooms
Minimal personal items at the boards (water bottle only)
Masks are required
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