Skate Canada: Alberta-NWT/Nunavut leads, enables and promotes excellence in the delivery of safe and inclusive skating programs for lifelong fun, fitness and achievement.
We are a club sanctioned by Skate Canada. The 2010-2011 had 81 skaters from age 3 and up. Our programs include KidSkate and CanSkate (learn-to-skate programs), as well as Jumpstart and Starskate programs where skaters start building skills to pass Skate Canada figure skating tests.
For over 55 years, the Grande Prairie Skating Club has trained and developed skaters of all levels.
Whether you are a beginner skater or competing at the National level, our expert coaching team will work with you to develop a skating program to help you achieve your potential.
PRECANSKATE / CANSKATE PROGRAMS
The CanSkate stream is Canada's learn-to-skate program for beginners. Skaters ages 3 and up learn in small group classes with hands-on coaches to guide their learning.
The STARskate program offers opportunities for skaters of all ages to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of Ice Dance, Skating Skills, Free Skate and Artistic Skating.
COMPETITIVE SKATE PROGRAMS
Competitive Skate is a program for skaters in singles, pairs, and ice dance wishing to compete in qualifying events within Skate Canada.
Box 211 Grovedale, AB T0H 1X0 firstname.lastname@example.orgContact: Stefanie
The Grovedale Figure skating club is registered with Skate Canada and follows all the standards of instruction as outlined by Skate Canada.
Sexsmith Arena, 93 Street, Sexsmith, AB
The Sexsmith Skating Club is a figure skating club that was established in the mid 1970s and has been operating ever since.