Learn to Skate

About LCA Learn to Skate

*Classes start again in October, 2018. Check back a little later for program dates and times.* 

The LCA now offers two different sets of Learn to Skate classes. 

Saturday Classes – Sherry Thompson will again be leading Learn to Skate classes on Saturdays at the Optimist Arena, with classes available for 4-12 year olds.

Wednesday Classes – Kim Burrows and Danika Von Hagan will be leading Learn to Skate classes on Wednesdays at the Balfour Arena, with classes available for ages 3-12 year olds and for adults (15 and up).

 

  • For liability reasons, parents are NOT allowed on the ice during instruction of any LCA Learn to Skate kids classes.
  • Child(ren) MUST be able to be on own for the complete class.  These are not parent/tot classes.  NO EXCEPTIONS PLEASE
  • Failure to comply, your child will not be allowed on the ice and your registration fees (prorated) will be returned.
  • For the safety and enjoyment of all participants/instructors, we thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding

 

LCA Learn to Skate (Saturdays) – Sherry Thompson

– Children/Youth Program

LCA Learn to Skate is a great way for your child to learn the basics of ice skating.  Come have some fun and learn a really useful skill!

Your child needs to be at least 4 years old and no older than 12 years old by January of the current year.

All participants need a CSA approved helmet.  Bike helmets are not sufficient since they don’t offer appropriate protection for the back of the child’s head.

LCA Learn to Skate (Wednesdays) – Kim Burrows

Children/Youth Program

LCA Learn to Skate is a great way for your child to learn the basics of ice skating.  Come have some fun and learn a really useful skill

Your child needs to be at least 3 years old and no older than 12 years old by January of the current year.

All participants need a CSA approved helmet with face mask.  Bike helmets are not sufficient since they don’t offer appropriate protection for the back of the child’s head.

Adult Program

For adult classes helmets are strongly recommended, but not mandatory.

A good opportunity if you have no experience or just a little experience on the ice.

Please come with sharpened skates and warm clothes.

 

 

Photo Credit:  lori05871 on Flickr