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Child Beginner/Intermediate

Ages 7–12

Appropriate for children ages 7–12 who are learning the basics of skating and those who have taken previous lessons. Attention will be placed on balance and basic skills, developing pushing and gliding techniques, as well as stopping and skating backwards. Fun and interactive drills and games will be played.

This course is four weeks long. Each class includes 55 minutes of instruction.

$95

Registrations for Learn to Skate 20/21 are now open. Please be sure to read our updated health and safety information regarding our programs and stay up to date on our social channels @LearntoSkateTO. We hope to see you on the ice!

Mondays at 6:30pm

Session 1: November 23 – December 14
Session 2: December 28 – January 18
Session 3: January 25 – February 15

Tuesdays at 6:30pm

Session 1: November 24 – December 15
Session 2: December 29 – January 19
Session 3: January 26 – February 16

Wednesdays at 6:30pm

Session 1: November 25 – December 16
Session 2: December 30 – January 20
Session 3: January 27 – February 17

Saturdays at 10:30am or 1pm

Session 1: November 28 – December 19
Session 2: January 2–23
Session 3: January 30 – February 20

Sundays at 10:30am or 1pm

Session 1: November 29 – December 20
Session 2: January 3–24
Session 3: January 31 – February 21

Winter Break at 10:30am or 1pm

December 21–24
Classes run Monday – Thursday

Please review our enhanced health and safety protocols for the 2020/21 Learn to Skate season farther down this page.

No skates or helmet? We’ll rent them to you!

Prefer one-on-one skating tips or a group skating class with friends or co-workers? Learn more about our Private Lessons.

All classes take place on the Harbourfront Centre Rink (formerly the Natrel Rink) at 235 Queens Quay West on Toronto’s waterfront.

The health and safety of our employees and visitors is our top priority. We have implemented the following to ensure you have a safe and fun experience:

Participant Limits: Only program participants and Instructors may access the Learn to Skate Lobe of the Rink. The number of individuals in this space will be capped at 15. Only one guardian per participant may accompany child participants of the program and will be permitted to wait in the Learn to Skate waiting area.

Screening: Participants and Instructors will be screened at the beginning of each class and those who are showing signs of COVID-19, who have had close contact with someone who has symptoms or a probable case of COVID-19, or who have travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days are not permitted to participate in this program.

Physical Distancing: Participants will maintain physical distancing during the Learn to Skate Program.

Masks or Face covering: must be worn when entering any of Harbourfront Centre’s buildings, or in Harbourfront Centre’s designated rink area.

Enhanced Cleaning: We have increased our cleaning schedule and will be disinfecting high-touch and high-traffic areas multiple times a day.

Equipment Rentals will be available, with enhanced protocols in place.