Welcome to the 2020-2021 Skating Season!

Skate Battlefords fees are and online registration will be available soon.
Please email the club at ten.letksas@sdrofelttab8ks with any questions in the meantime.

Skate Battlefords will be re-opening our programs to comply with provincial health and provincial sports organization protocols and guidelines. Although this will be a new learning curve with re-opening during this time of COVID-19, Skate Battlefords looks forward to seeing new skaters as well as previous skaters.

It is exciting that we are entering a new season. We are looking forward to seeing new skaters as well as previous skaters. Skate Battlefords programming includes the development of hockey skills, recreational skating and competitive figure skating. Fees and program details will be available soon.

Our club provides opportunities for families to skate together during the season. Skate Battlefords members participate in the CanSkate Funfest, Regional and Provincial Competitions. We end off the season with the carnival showcasing all our skaters talents. For details regarding ribbons/badges, programs, coaches, what you can expect for each season, necessary clothing and equipment, view our Information page.

Registration for the 2020-2021 skating season will be available soon. We encourage you to begin by reading over the City of North Battleford COVID-19 Arena Protocol. Step by step instructions are available to easily explain how to register your child for the upcoming season. If you have questions, please email ten.letksas@sdrofelttab8ks.

About Skate Battlefords

Skate Battlefords programming includes the development of hockey skills, recreational skating and competitive figure skating. Our club provides opportunities for families to skate together during the season. Skate Battlefords members participate in the Canskate Funfest, Regional and Provincial Competitions. We end off the season with the carnival showcasing all our skaters talents. We operate out of three arenas in The Battlefords – Battleford Arena, Don Ros Arena and North Battleford Civic Centre.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email ten.letksas@sdrofelttab8ks

Club Coaches

Cindy Tymoruski
Greg Melchior
Susan Walsh
Heather Berezowski

Club Board of Directors

Jocelyn Waggoner
Alana Bryant
Kelsey Shiloff
Crystal Kindratsky
Tanja Kolbus
Hali Wood

Resources

Skate Canada
Skate Canada is the national governing body for figure skating in Canada, recognized by the International Skating Union and the Canadian Olympic Committee. It organizes the annual Canadian Figure Skating Championships, the fall Skate Canada International competition, as well as other national and international skating competitions in Canada.

Skate Canada Saskatchewan
Skate Canada Saskatchewan is a non-profit sports governing body who is affiliated with and governed by Skate Canada. They are committed to the development and growth of skating through the promotion and delivery of programs for lifelong fun, fitness and personal achievement.

Skate Saskatoon
Skate Saskatoon is the largest skating club in Saskatchewan and one of the larger in Canada with a membership exceeding 1000. Skate Saskatoon is committed to serving all of its members to be the best of their ability.