Board of Directors
New Skating Families
Skating 101 - Welcome New Skating Parents!
Fitting and Caring for your Figure Skates
Helmet Usage and Info
Selecting Your Coach
Parenting an Athlete
Parent & Skater HandBook
Skater Code of Ethics
Guest Coaching Policy
LTAD - Long Term Athlete Development
Fall and Winter Registration 2018 / 2019
Competitions & Testing
Skokie Skate 2018
Rio On Ice 2012-2013
Peter Pan On Ice 2013-2014
Sunday Afternoon At The Movies 2014-2015
Hereos & Villians 2015-2016
2018-2019 60 Years and Counting : A Diamond Jubilee of Skating
Buy & Sell
Development Days / Seminars
December 20, 2018 Development Day
Feb 2, 2018 Seminar
/ 2019 Fall and Winter
Skate Canada Collection of Personal Information Statement (Appendix A)
For further information or comments regarding our protection of your privacy, please contact Skate Canada at email@example.com.
Indicates required field
Skater's Birthdate MM/DD/YYYY
Skate Canada Number (if known)
City / Town
Parent / Guardian Name (required if skater is under 18)
Additional Parent / Guardian name (optional)
CanSkate Program 2018 / 2019 Season
Choose Evening(s) Check all that apply
Monday Evenings 5:15-6:00pm
Thursday Evenings 5:45-6:30pm
Choose Session(s) Check all that apply
Fall Session (Oct-Nov-Dec)
Winter Session (Jan-Feb-Mar)
$295.00 One Night per week FALL
$340.00 One Night per week both FALL
$370.00 Two Nights per week FALL
$490.00 Two Nights per week both FALL
CanSkate Starts Thursday October 11, 2018
Please note: Skaters who are registered for only the fall session may extend into the winter session later for an additional fee of $100.00 for one night per week (Monday
Thursday) and $175.00 for both nights (Monday
CanSkate Program prices include the annual $40.00 Skate Canada Fee and the annual $50.00 volunteer Fee. All skaters are eligible to receive a $50.00 refund if they (or a family member) complete two volunteer commitments during this season. Please inquire at our CanSkate table on lesson nights about volunteer opportunities.
Please note that CanSkate does not run during Christmas Break or March Break, public holidays, or whenever the Canada Summit Centre is closed due to weather or other events.
CanSkate Optional Pre-Season
(Enrollment in primary program required)
Skaters already in levels 4,5,6 Only
$50.00 Pre-Season CanSkate September 6th to 27th
Mondays 6:15-7:00pm (Sept 10, 17, 24)
Thursdays 4:45-5:45pm with 15 min flood (Sept 6, 13, 20, 27)
StarSkate Primary Program
(must be a CanSkate graduate)
Pre-Junior (Check all that apply)
Monday 6:15-7:30pm (15 min flood)
Thursday 4:30-5:45pm (15 min flood)
(Only for first year StarSkaters / recent CanSkate Graduates)
$550.00 One night per week
$670.00 Two nights per week
Junior (Check all that apply)
Monday 6:00-8:00pm (15 min flood)
Thursday 4:00-5:45pm (15 min flood)
$620.00 One night per week
$730.00 Two nights per week
Senior (Check all that apply)
Monday 3:30-5:00pm and 6:00-6:15pm
$620.00 One night per week
$730.00 Two nights per week
NOTE: StarSkate Participants (or a family member ) are REQUIRED to volunteer with our Skating Competition (Skokie Skate) running October 19-20-21 either during the event or leading-up to the event. This is our primary fund-raiser that helps keep your registration fees lower. Volunteering with Skokie Skate will be credited towards your annual volunteer fee refund if you complete both commitments as outlined below.
StarSkate Program prices include the annual $40.00 Skate Canada Fee and the annual $50.00 volunteer Fee. All skaters are eligible to receive a $50.00 refund if they (or a family member) complete two volunteer commitments during this season. Please inquire at our CanSkate table on lesson nights about volunteer opportunities.
StarSkate Optional Program
(enrollment in primary program required)
$185.00 Wednesday 7:00am-8:00am
$215.00 Sunday 8:00am-9:30am
Youth PowerSkating Program
(age 13 and under)
$125.00 Youth PowerSkating
Monday evenings from 5:15-6:00pm (Sept 10, 17, 24)
Thursday evenings from 5:45-6:30pm (Sept 6, 13, 20, 27)
FULL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED!
Teen / Adult PowerSkating Program
(age 14 and Older)
$145.00 Adult PowerSkating
Monday Evenings 8:15-9:00pm (Sept 10, 17, 24 and Oct 1, 15, 22, 29)
FULL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT REQUIRED!
Teen / Adult Learn to Skate and Beyond Program
(13 and Older)
Teen / Adult LTSAB
$305.00 Adult Lessons (Beginner to Advanced)
Monday Evenings 815-9:00pm
First night: Monday November 5, 2018
Last night: Monday April 8, 2019
Adult Skaters must wear a CSA approved Hockey Helmet until deemed able to complete all skills required to pass CanSkate Level 6. All beginners must wear a helmet until a Coach approves otherwise.
Please Note: some Monday nights will not have Adult lessons due to Skate Testing for our StarSkate Program, Arena closure due to Public Holidays, or weather closures. Please check our calendar at huntsvilleskatingclub.ca to stay informed of program cancellations and announcements.
Please Read the following Policies and Waivers carefully:
I have read and agree to the WAIVER
WAIVER: The applicant (Skater listed above or legal Guardian if Skater is under 18) agrees to release the Huntsville Skating Club, its officers, directors, coaches, and members from any claims for damages arising from any accident, injury, or loss which is caused by or arising from participation in any program or event offered by the Huntsville Skating Club. Further the applicant agrees to abide by the Huntsville Skating Club code of conduct and rules and regulations of Skate Canada and the Huntsville Skating Club.
I have read and agree to the HELMET POLICY
HELMET POLICY: All skaters in the CanSkate Program and Teen / Adult Learn to Skate Program must wear a CSA certified
while participating in Huntsville Skating Club on ice activities at all times until the skater has passed CanSkate Level 6. Face shield / cage is optional.
All participants in the Youth PowerSkating Program and the Teen/Adult PowerSkating Program must wear a CSA certified
including face shield / cage at all times on ice.
The entire Skate Canada Helmet Policy can be read on our website under
Skaters - HSC Policies - Helmet Policy
During special events, such as Santa Skate, where registered skaters, friends, and family are participating on ice the following will apply: All skaters must wear a CSA certified
unless they have already passed CanSkate Level 6 and are also currently registered and insured with the Huntsville Skating Club. This means that PARENTS must also follow our helmet policy otherwise they will be unable to participate. Face shield / cage optional.
I have read and agree to the CANSKATE RULES
CANSKATE RULES: Parents are
in the arena to care for child should they need to exit the ice. Certified CSA Hockey helmet is mandatory by Skate Canada. CanSkate uses dressing rooms 8 and 9. All CanSkaters are to enter and exit the ice through the door closest to dressing room 9. Skaters are not to enter the ice until instructed by a Coach or Program Assistant. No Parents / Spectators are permitted inside players benches, penalty boxes, time keepers box, or media box. Parents / Spectators are not permitted to open any ice door without consent from a Coach or Program Assistant.
I have read and agree to the EMAIL POLICY
EMAIL POLICY: The Huntsville Skating Club uses email as the primary form of communication and distributing information to our members. The Huntsville Skating Club will use any email address provided in this application for this purpose.
I have read and agree to the PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY
PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY: The Huntsville Skating Club may use any photograph, video, or likeness of any participant in Huntsville Skating Club programs, events, or activities for promotional or fundraising purposes. All skaters or participants can choose to remain off camera provided that the Huntsville Skating Club is notified in writing (letter or email) stating the name(s) of all individuals who shall not appear on camera.
I have read the VOLUNTEER POLICY
VOLUNTEER POLICY: The Huntsville Skating Club is a not-for-profit organization and relies on volunteer support to help keep club costs down. Included in all
CanSkate and StarSkate program fees is a $50 volunteer surcharge that will be refunded upon completion of at least (2) volunteer commitments per child. Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the season, please visit the volunteering page for info.
This fee is NOT added to Optional CanSkate programs, Optional StarSkate Programs, Youth PowerSkating, Teen/Adult PowerSkating, and Teen/Adult Learn to Skate and those participating members are not required to volunteer and will NOT receive a $50.00 refund.
Email money transfer
please send to recipient
to be paid in person on the first night of skating
to be paid in person on the first night of skating (post dated options available)
All receipts for payment will be provided at the Arena during Skating Sessions. Please inquire at the Registration / CanSkate table about obtaining receipts or making payments.
A $35 service charge will be applied to all NSF cheques. Cash, certified cheque, money order, or email money transfer will be the only methods of payment for individuals who have issued NSF cheques in the past.
All CanSkate, StarSkate, PowerSkate, Youth PowerSkate, and Adult CanSkate Program fees include the $40.00 Skate Canada fee. The optional StarSkate Program does NOT include the $40.00 Skate Canada fee.
Questions or comments about Registration / Payments
If you need additional information or just need to advise us of special circumstances, please leave a comment here. We will respond by email unless you indicate that a phone conversation will be better.