Monday July 8 – Friday July 19: Summer Camp held at Iceland Arena
Monday July 22 – Friday July 26: Summer Camp held at Meadowvale Four Rinks
Monday July 29 – Friday August 2: Last week of Summer Camp held at Iceland Arena
Saturday September 7: Open House – CanSkate & Synchro Tryout
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Our Learn-to-Skate program, teaches the basic skills needed for recreational skating, figure skating, and hockey. PreCanSkate (3-5 years old), Adult CanSkate (over 18 years old) and Parent and Tot (2-4 years old) members are taught in separate groups.
Our “transition” program for CanSkaters who have passed Stage 4 CanSkate and wish to move toward the STARSkate level programs. The program offers the opportunity for young skaters to experience training in the STARSkate environment while benefiting from ongoing group lessons.
Offers the opportunity to experience the rewarding world of figure skating, either recreationally or competitively. The program is open to skaters who have completed the CanSkate program or its equivalent. Registration is ongoing for qualified skaters.
MFSC is also home to the Ice Precise competitive Synchronized Skating teams. If you miss the feeling of your blades gliding across the ice, the enjoyment of skating with others who share your passion, and the thrill and exhilaration of competition… come skate with us!
The Mississauga Figure Skating Club introduces a youth synchro team for the 2018-2019 season! Synchronized skating is a specialized discipline that allows skaters to develop a number of skills that are vital to their growth on and off the ice. Through 4 or 5 required program elements, skaters will learn the importance of teamwork and their skating skills will improve in the process. Not to mention, IT’S FUN!
The MFSC Cutting Edge Skating Program runs in July, five days per week for 4 weeks. It includes early drop off and late pick up, as well as programs complimentary to skating, such as Yoga, Fitness and off-ice Jump Classes. Skaters at the Pre-Junior, Junior, Intermediate and Senior levels are eligible to participate.