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Welcome Back to the NOTL Skating Club!

We hope everyone is safe and healthy amidst this pandemic.



Refer to the STARSkate Monthly Calendars for extra ice times, cancellations/changes and monthly calendars thereafter.



CanSkate REGISTRATION  - Winter Registration (January start) is open

As of December 21/20 the arenas, by order of the Town, are closed.  We are hoping for the best but in the event these restrictions are not lifted, we are asking that you


When we have confirmation of ice time from the Town, you will be contacted and payment can then be made via e-Transfer.

We will be closely monitoring all COVID updates from the Provincial Government, keeping all members informed, and proceeding accordingly.


Our Board of Directors has been at work over the last month to move toward skating in the safest way possible to get our skaters back on the ice in the fall. Keeping the health and wellness of all our members, their families, as well as our coaches was top priority in our planning process. We appreciate your patience as we navigate through this uncharted territory. To say it has been challenging is an understatement. With new restrictions from Skate Ontario regarding what programs can actually run this season with COVID-19 among us, we have been busy tweaking our programs and schedule to accommodate as many of our skating members as possible.

We are prepared to offer our programs that will run in the safest manner possible for the following sessions: Senior, Intermediate, Junior and STARSkate Pre Junior (which includes our highest level of CanSkaters from the 2019 season) and CanSkate.


CanSkate Members:

Unfortunately we are unable to run our regular Pre CanSkate programs this season. We have introduced a Parent-Assisted CanSkate program for children ages 3-5 years old as well as children 6 years and over with little or no skating experience. The Parent-Assisted CanSkate program is for those skaters that are needing assistance.  Due to COVID-19 and very strict mandated protocols, our coaches shouldn't be touching/hands on with the children, therefore the need of the parent to assist until such time as they are able to get up on their own and maintain physical distancing on their own. The parent must have reasonable and confident skating skills themselves, if not a helmet must be worn to be out on the ice. For insurance purposes it must be the same parent or person from their social circle each week.

**NEW this season - Each skating day you and your child will be asked to complete the Town of NOTL's COVID-19 Health Check questions and confirm a green checkmark with our NOTL Skating Club Health Check Volunteer.

**Sessions may be subject to change due to public health guideline recommendations**


STARSkate Skaters (Pre Junior – Senior) Members:

Numbers are the same as CanSkate – 50 in one building at one time. Parents will be able to sit in the arena in specific designated areas. Again, thank you all for your patience.

**NEW this season - Each skating day you and your child will be asked to complete the Town of NOTL's COVID-19 Health Check questions and confirm a green checkmark with our NOTL Skating Club Health Check Volunteer.

**NEW this season - Government of Ontario Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form – STAR 5 and up must have a signed form (by both skater and parent/guardian) in order for a skater to step on the ice their first day

**Sessions may be subject to change due to public health guideline recommendations**


For all our Members:

There are protocols both from the Town of NOTL and Skate Ontario that we must follow, so allowing time for these should be considered in your arrival times. The Town has put in place their rules that our club is expected to follow – broken rules will have consequences on us as a club. All registered members will receive the Town’s protocols via email for your convenience.


Volunteer Requirements - Each STAR parent is expected to do their share of shifts throughout the season:

In order for our sessions to run, a volunteer is required at the arena entrance door to ask all mandatory Health Check questions regarding COVID. Our Board members will not be doing this; therefore, parent volunteers are needed.  There will be an online document to sign up for this - if there is no volunteer, the skaters' day is in jeopardy.  This small request is going to keep the club running smoothly and within the Skate Ontario guidelines.  Each parent volunteer will be required to arrive 15 minutes prior to the skating session and simply ask the questions and track each skater for contact tracing.



The Niagara-on-the-Lake Skating Club, home to many former and current National,

Provincial and Section champions & medalists! 


We look forward to skating with you!

Learn more about us


CLUB WEAR is now available for ordering!

We've partnered with Front Row Sports to offer amazing apparel

Visit Niagara On The Lake Skating Club Online Store 2020 to browse & place your order


Dates to Remember for Arena Closure:

Thursday, December 24th 2020 (Christmas Eve), Friday, December 25th, 2020 (Christmas Day), Saturday December 26th, 2020(Boxing Day), and January 1, 2021 (New Year’s Day)

Thank You to Our GOLD Sponsors!