A dynamic learn-to-skate program that focuses on fun, participation and basic skills development.
PreCanSkate is for beginners (ages 3+) who have never skated before or who are not confident with their balance on the ice.
Pre-CanSkate for January 2020 START:
Not currently available to register online – Please contact the club directly for January 2020 START for registration options for Pre-CanSkate Programming.
Lorette – Wednesday:
Location: Lorette Community Complex
Start/End Dates: January 8, 2020 – March 25, 2020 (please see the Calendar of Events for full details)
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
Cost: $195 session fee, plus annual $45 Skate Canada Insurance Fee
** Parental/Guardian involvement on the ice is appreciated, but not required (adults must be able to skate). A non-transferable annual $45 Skate Canada Insurance Fee per on-ice adult is required.
About the Program:
PreCanSkate is for beginners (ages 3+) who have never skated before or who are not confident with their balance on the ice. PreCanSkaters work on the essentials needed to move safely and effectively on the ice.
PreCanSkate consists of 8 skills:
- Balance on 2 Feet
- Fall Down & Get Up
- Move Forward
- Move Backwards
- Make Snow
- March around on the Spot
- 2-Foot Twist on the Spot
- Jump on the Spot
Once a skater is capable of these 8 skills they are ready to move to our CanSkate programs Parents/Guardians will be notified in advance of the move.
Please ensure skaters come equipped with skates, CSA approved skating helmet, mitts, splash pants, and a sweater/jacket.
Payments can be made by cash, cheque or e-transfer. Optional payment plan of 5 equal payments (cheque or e-transfer only: dated the 1st of the month, October to February) is available.
SRSC skating families can apply for funding assistance for skating programming through KidSport Manitoba and/or Canadian Tire’s JumpStart program, please visit both links for the online applications and to see if you qualify.
*** Please check our Calendar of Events for the full session schedule. All programming runs from early October and ends in late March.