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Summer 2017 Figure Skating Boot Camp

"Get Your Edge Back" at Figure Skating Boot Camp. Available to all intermediate and senior skaters. This preseason figure skating camp is being offered at the NKCC. The camp offers both on and off-ice conditioning classes that will get you ready for the upcoming figure skating season. The cost for all three full sessions is $75.00, which includes 5 hours of on-ice and 3 hours of off-ice instruction.
Tuesday, September 5th 
4:00pm to 4:50pm - Off-ice stretching and warm-up 
5:00pm to 6:00pm - On-ice warm-up and conditioning
Thursday, September 7th 
4:00pm to 4:50pm - Off-ice stretching and warm-up
5:00pm to 7:00pm - On-ice warm-up and skill development
Sunday, September 10th 
4:00pm to 4:50pm - Off-ice stretching and warm-up
5:00pm to 7:00pm - On-ice warm-up and skill development

Registration for the Summer 2017 Figure Skating Boot Camp

You can fill out the forms, register and pay for the Summer Figure Skating Boot Camp Program at the NKCCAt the North Kawartha Community Centre we accept cash, debit and cheques. Cheques to be made out to: The Township of North Kawartha.

If you prefer to fill out the form in advance, you can download the Summer 2017 Figure Skating Boot Camp Registration Form here. It may be more convenient to download, fill out and mail the form, along with a cheque (please do not send cash) to:

NKCC Sports Registration
c/o The Township of North Kawartha
PO Box 550,
280 Burleigh St.,
Apsley, ON K0L 1A0 


The North Kawartha Skating Club

The North Kawartha Skating Club prides itself on providing programs for the entire community. Come and learn to skate with us, where our skaters love the action, music and fun. Then in March they get to display the results of all their hard work and dedication in a spectacular ice show. 

Skating lessons at the NKCC begin September 12, 2017 and end with the North Kawartha Skating Club Annual Show on March 17, 2018. Registration begins in August. With many skill levels, we are able to assess your child's skating abilities and place them in the appropriate group.

Learn to Skate

Learn to Skate coaches work with young skaters to develop balance and the basics of skating. Skaters work on forward and backwards skating.

Intermediate

Intermediate coaches work with skaters who have graduated our Learn to Skate program. Skaters start working on basic spins and jumps.

Senior

Senior coaches work with skaters who have graduated our Intermediate program. Skaters continue working on higher level jumps and spins.

Fees

Level

Dates

Duration of lessons

Fee

Learn to Skate -

Stages 1 & 2

Tuesdays

6:00-6:30 pm

(25 lessons)

30 minutes

$105

Learn to Skate -

Stages 3 & 4

Tuesdays

6:00-6:50 pm

(25 lessons)

1 hour

$210

Intermediate -

Stages 5 & 6

Advance Level 1

Tuesdays and Thursdays

4:00-4:55 pm

(50 lessons)

2 hours/week

$350

Senior -

Advance Levels 2-4 

Tuesdays and Thursdays

4:55-5:50 pm

(50 lessons)

2 hours/week

$350

 

Registration

You can fill out the forms, register and pay for the Skating Club Program at the NKCCAt the North Kawartha Community Centre we accept cash, debit and cheques. Cheques to be made out to: The Township of North Kawartha.

If you prefer to fill out the form in advance, you can download the Skating Club 2017/18 Registration Form here.

Ticket Ice

Figure Skaters are welcome to come to the NKCC on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 7 am to 8:30 am for $3 per skater.  Ticket Ice is open to all figure skaters wanting to work on figure skating manoeuvres, routines, etc.

North Kawartha Skating Club Annual Show

Each year in March, the North Kawartha Skating Club presents its annual Skating Show. This is a chance for the skaters to showcase the new skills they have learned, and practiced all season. The show is always highly entertaining, with a choreographed musical theme, charming costumes, wonderful back-drops and the infectious enthusiasm of the particpants. This year's (2017) show was called "Nashville Comes To Canada" and took place on Saturday, March 18, 2017.  

Newsletter

The North Kawartha Skating Club Newsletter may be viewed and downloaded here. Hard copies are also available at the NKCC. The newsletter contains information and dates which will be of interest to those who are enrolled in the program. Past editions may be viewed at the bottom of this page.  

March 2017

February 2017

January 2017

December 2016

November 2016

October 2016

September 2016


North Kawartha Skating Club Newsletter Archives

March 2016

February 2016

January 2016

December 2015 

November 2015 

October 2015

September 2015