Learn To Skate COVID Update:
August 3rd Update:
SASC will be offering Learn to Skate lessons starting September 2020!
Registration opens August 17th at 8:00am (tentative- will confirm August 10th) due to limited spaces registration will fill up fast!
Skate Canada is currently in phase 2 of their relaunch plan. The Skate Canada relaunch plan works along with the Alberta provincial COVID relaunch plan.
Here are some things you will need to know for Learn to Skate September 2020:
(Please note more info to come via registration and email)
-One parent/ guardian per skater (parents must watch from the stands and not at ice level)
- Skaters MUST be able to STAND UP unassisted on the ice to participate in lessons. (No skater who is unable to stand up will be allowed to attend at this time) Please check back for a tentative November start for beginners.
-Masks into and out of the facility are required along with check-in's
-More info to come along with an email to all past members on August 10th.
Next Update will be posted August 10th.
July 1st Update:
SASC will not be having any Summer 2020 Learn to Skate Programs (CanSkate, PreCanSkate, Adult Learn to Skate) due to COVID-19
Tentatively, we will be running Fall Learn to Skate for a September 2020 start.
More information will be on the website as of August 3rd and tentatively registration will open August 17th at 8:00am.
All Programs Coached by SASC are Trained Instructors
Nationally/Provincially/Club Certified by Skate Canada.
Whats New This Season?
Advanced CANSKATE and PRE-POWERSKATE
Advanced CanSkate stages 4-6 only.
PrePowerSkate stage 2 with Hockey gear!
Fall/Winter Programs offered Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday
Spring Programs Tuesday/Wednesday
Summer Programs Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday
We accept payment by Credit Card online, no visa/master card debt available.
Payments can be made in the office with debt card, cash, or check.
There's a lesson program for every ability, everyone improves with a lesson.
Are you Wondering What Happens After CanSkate?