Parent and Tot Program
This class is ideal primarily for pre-schoolers (3-5 year olds) and new to the ice skaters. This class includes balance, falling safely, getting up, and beginning movements. These classes are coached by NCCP-trained professional coaches.
All participants must:
wear a proper fitting CSA approved hockey helmet. No bike helmets permitted. THIS IS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT.
wear warm clothing which allows ease of movement. Splash pants to stay dry are preferable to bulky snowpants.
wear warm mittens or gloves. THIS IS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT.
have proper fitting skates. Hockey or figure skates are both allowed. to skaterAdults must be at a Stage 5 level of skating, or will also be required to wear a CSA approved hockey helmet. The adult/parent needs to be able to skate well enough themselves, while also supporting their skater. Coaches are not allowed to provide any physical assistance.
- The accompanying adult does not have to be a parent, but must be 18 years or older.
Parent and Tot 2021-2022 Schedule
Fall Session: September 27 - December 13
Winter Session: January 10 - March 27
Spring Session: TBD
Parent and Tot:
- Mondays 4:30-5:00 pm (Please use rear parking and entrance)
Skaters/Parents will be assigned a specific changeroom and can put on skates in the changeroom. Masks must be worn to enter the sportsplex and move from the dressing room to the ice, but masks are not required on the ice. Spectators are required to watch from the stands rather than from the lobby, so please dress accordingly and consider bringing a blanket. Covid screening questions will be in place for skaters, parents, and spectators.
October 11, 2021 (Thanksgiving Monday)
Parent and Tot
Please contact the club with any registration questions:
Parent and Tot Program Fees Fall 2021
Pay directly online with a credit card: American Express, MasterCard or Visa. Payment can be set-up as full payment or monthly charges.
Additional FeesSkate Canada membership fee of $45.00 (non-refundable)
Skate Membership year - September 1 - August 31
When you sign up for a skating program at a Skate Canada member-club you automatically become a member of the national organization.
There are many advantages that go with a Skate Canada membership such as accident insurance, access to Skate Canada programs and materials, the opportunity to participate in interclub and invitational competitions and special member prices on merchandise from the on-line store