Federation Skating Club is proud to offer safe and fun programming for all ages and skill levels.
Learn how to skate in a upbeat and progressive environment. Skaters are split into groups based on skill level and age.Learn More
Parent & Tot
Develop the basic figure skating skills in group lesson. Acts as a transition between CanSkate and StarSkate.Learn More
Learn how to skate in a safe and supportive environment. Skaters are split into groups based on skill level to ensure all skaters progress.Learn More
Enter the sport of figure skating. Skaters have the opportunity to participate in competitions and/or assessments.Learn More
For the skaters who are young at heart. Skaters will have opportunities to participate in competitions and/or assessments.
Develop and improve upon the skills required for hockey and/or ringette in a fast-paced and upbeat environment from certified coaches.
Enter the sport of competitive figure skating. Skaters will have opportunities to participate in competitions and/or assessments.Learn More
March 17 - 19 - Last Day of Winter Session
March 17 - 19 - StarSkate Championships @ Terwillegar Rec Centre
March 26 - Ice Show at Confederation Arena @ 2:00pm
April 15 - First Day of Spring Session
StarSkate & IFS: Register for two sessions and receive 10% off.
Waitlists are available for all of our programs. If you are on the waitlist, you will be notified by email if a spot becomes available.
If you would like to register for StarSkate, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- When purchasing new skates be sure to have them sharpened for safety and performance reasons. New skates will not come sharpened.
- We recommend that all skaters skate more than one day a week. This improves skill retention and overall performance.
- All helmets must be CSA-approved and have a legible sticker.
- Avoid walking on concrete with your skates as this will dull the blades.
- If skating outdoors, it is recommended to have your blades sharpened frequently. Outdoor ice can dull a blade quickly.
Our coaching team takes pride in developing a safe and supportive learning environment for all people. They work together to ensure that all of our programs are delivered with
quality and consistency, truly ensuring that everyone can learn how to skate.
To learn more, please visit our Coaches Page
We are excited to share that Federation Skating Club has been selected by Canadian Tire Jumpstart program to receive a grant from their Sport Relief Fund. This fund helps community sport organizations, like ours continue to provide access to sport and play for Canadian kids. This grant will go a long ways towards helping us continue to offer affordable, quality programs learn-to-skate for children of all ages and abilities.
Please note that our phone number listed it only an answering machine - we check the messages bi-weekly but recommend emailing us for a more immediate response.