2017-2018 season is now open for registration. Please visit our Registration page for more information.
We are offering Parent & Tot Learn To Skate Program this season. It is a Pre-School fun program for skaters 3-4 years of age, with a parent accompanying the kid on the ice.
This program is designed to learn basic skating skills such as forward skating, backward skating, stop, sitting down & getting up. These skills are taught through fun and games for the beginner skater whether for recreation, hockey, ringette or speed skating. Lessons are taught in a group format by NCCP Certified Professional Coaches with the assistance of carefully trained Program Assistants. Awards and incentives are used to motivate beginner skaters to achieve and develop their skills.
Skates and helmets are mandatory for both parent and child.
- Parent & Tot Fall 1 – Saturdays Oct 17 – Nov 14, 3:15-4:00pm at Vivo
- Parent & Tot Fall 2 – Saturdays Nov 21 – Dec 19, 3:15-4:00pm at Vivo
- Parent & Tot Winter 1 – Saturdays Jan 9 – Feb 6, 3:15-4:00pm at Vivo
- Parent & Tot Winter 2 – Saturdays Feb 20 – Mar 19, 3:15-4:00pm at Vivo
We are offering Pre-PowerSkate program this fall and winter for hockey players playing in Timbits and Novice levels, between the ages of 5 and 8. Our first 5 weeks program starts on Saturday Oct 17 4:00pm at Vivo (Cardel Place). Online registration begins now at https://register.hhskatingclub.com. For other start dates, please click on this link: http://bit.ly/1Pw56N3
Full hockey equipment is recommended, with CSA approved hockey helmet being mandatory. No hockey stick is allowed.
Pre-PowerSkate is part of Skate Canada’s CanPowerSkate program. It is designed for young skaters who can stand up on skates and move forward (shuffle, walk or glide) who may not be ready for CanPowerSkate Level 1. Pre-PowerSkate helps develop basic skating abilities in a power skating-specific environment, including balance skills, forward and backward skating, stopping, turning and agility skills.
CanPowerSkate is the only nationally regulated power skating program in Canada. It was developed by a team of hockey, figure skating and ringette experts to teach the fundamentals of power skating in a progressive and sequential manner.
To prepare for the classes, please make sure you have properly-fitted skates, a CSA-approved hockey helmet, long pants, mittens, warm jacket. Dress in layers, and arrive early to put on the skates and be ready at the start of the class to have FUN! See you all at the rink!