Skate Canada Membership Fee
All skaters must pay a Skate Canada membership fee. This fee is required to be paid annually by members of a club sanctioned by Skate Canada and is valid from September 1 to August 31.
There will be no refunds after the second scheduled lesson of the season. Any approved refunds will be subject to a non-refundable fee of $50 per skater. The Skate Canada Membership fee of $33 and the mandatory fundraising fee of $60 are non-refundable. Rates will not be pro-rated for late registrants. A fee of $35 for each returned cheque will be borne by the author (drawee). No skater may start skating without payment being received. Refunds or make-up classes are not provided for classes or sessions missed. Caledon Centennial Skating Club reserves the right to alter sessions and/or times according to registration.
Ice cancellation due to unforseen circumstances (eg: weather) will not be refunded or rescheduled. There will be no make-up days due to conflicting events, such as Club Competition or Test Days. Advance notice of these events will be posted on the bulletin board at Lloyd Wilson Arena and on this website.
Proper skating attire is required at all times. Splash pants or snow pants are recommended for our Kinderskate and Canskate skaters. See the Stores & Sharpening page for stores that have everything from headbands to blades.
Our Program Assistants help deliver the CanSkate program under the direction of a coach by leading warm ups and cool downs, as well as reinforcing taught skills during practice time. The Program Assistants at CCSC are trained Junior, Intermediate and Senior skaters, as well as other trained volunteers who donate their time to assist our younger skaters.
P.O. Box 42, Stn. Inglewood, Caledon, Ontario L7C 3L6
If you'd like to speak to a representative from the Club, send us an email with your name and phone number and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.