REGULAR SEASON 2020-2021
Register on line today!
Skate Canada has released their guidelines for the upcoming CanSkate Season.
At this time we are not permitted to offer any PRE-CANSkate sessions. This will be reassessed in December.
As of September 11th ALL LEVELS OF Canskate will proceed.
Please note skaters must be able to get up on their own and skate forwards and backwards.
Also an adult must be present at the rink for the duration of your child's session. We understand this may create a challenge. With physical distance protocols, however, our coaches and assistants will not be able to help skaters with personal issues such as retying skates, basic first aid ect. Sign in sheets and hand sanitizing will be required upon entry. In addition a COVID-19 self assessment confirmation will also be required.
Again we are deeply sorry for any Inconvenience these guidelines may cause.
PASC Board and our dedicated coaches look forward to a time we can return to the rink without so many restrictions. Please take care and here's to another wonderful, though different, Skating Season!
Registration opens on line August 31 2020
This year Skate Canada requires all skaters to sign a Risk Waiver. This needs to be submitted to PASC 5 days prior to the first day of skating.
Forms will be emailed to you after you register.
Welcome to the Prince Albert Skating Club. Our club has been active since the early 1960’s. In that time we have helped hundreds of children learn to skate, grow in self-confidence, and enjoy a team environment, all under the professional and experienced direction of an amazing Coaching Team.
The Prince Albert Skating Club is a member of Skate Canada and follows the programs, training guidelines, and rules of this National Not-For-Profit Organization.
PASC is proud to be a part of this program and is dedicated to living up to their standards.
For more information on Skate Canada please visit their website at www.skatecanada.ca
Every winter, millions of Canadians take to the ice, indoors and outdoors, in search of fun and fitness. Skate Canada Programs are designed to allow individuals to participate in skating for life.
Our programs provide participants with all levels of training. From basic skating skills, to advanced figure, hockey and power skating skills in private and group sessions. Advanced figure skating techniques and elements include test and competitive opportunities, awards and incentives all with the chance to learn new skills in a fun and positive environment.
Learn to Skate:
- Adult Classes
- Advanced Hockey and Power skating skills
- Advanced CanSkate
- Star Skate: Jr, Int, and Sr Levels
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