The Spruce View Skating Club provides different levels of skating through Skate Canada.
PreSkate (3+ years)
A 30 minute non-parented class for children ages 3 and up who have not had any significant time on skates. It is designed to introduce children to the ice and help them become comfortable. This program teaches children the basics of how to get up when they fall down, how to move forward, basic backward movement and how to stop. Music, toys and games are used to help children feel ready to take the next step.
A 1 hour lesson designed for those children ages 5 and up who can work independently within a group lesson. A comprehensive series of balance, control and agility skills designed to prepare skaters for all ice sports requiring skates, as well as recreational skating.
The level to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of ice dance, skills, free skate and artistic skating.
A registration night is held in September for new members.
A themed carnival is held in March to showcase to the public what our skaters have learned at the end of the season.
Public Skating is available Friday nights at 6:00 p.m. for Ag Society members. Helmets are required.
President: Whitney Quartly
Vice President: Janine Seymour
Treasurer: Lindsay Stoyberg
Secretary: Suzie Sveinson