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Registration Info Posted:
Registration Info has been updated Please view the Registration Flyer for the latest schedule.

First Skating Days:
Wednesday Octorber 29, 2014
Sunday October 26, 2014

Annual Registration Session at Lambeth Arena on September 24, 2014. The program has been updated and new classes have been added. Please check the Registration Info for details. Register early to secure your enrollment.

We are returning to Harvestfest again for 2014! Come check out the Lambeth Skating Program Float and join in the festivities September 6, 2014.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Lambeth Skating Program is accepting volunteers enrolled in a high school diploma program to assist in our on ice programs for the 2014/2015 season. Time will be credited towards VOLUNTEER SERVICE PROGRAM requirements. Please call or email for details.

Tel: 519-657-9667

The Program

The following program information and guidelines aid in the continuation of our program's high standard of excellence. Adherence also helps to ensure the safety and enjoyment for everyone enrolled in our programs. Please read carefully and contact us for further information if required.

  1. The lessons are 45 minutes long with a freeskate period before and/or after the lesson. The lesson does not necessarily begin on the hour. Please be on time as it maximizes your instructional time on the ice.
  2. Skates should be fitted properly and professionally. Molded figure skates ARE NOT recommended.
  3. Sharpening of skates is very important. Poor sharpening ruins more skates than any other cause. Frequency of sharpening depends upon the type of skating, ice conditions, etc. Figure skates require special sharpening. Ask the instructors for specific information regarding sharpening. 
  4. Care of skates: Blades should be protected by guards when walking to and from the ice surface only. After skating, blades should be dried with a cloth and covered with SOFT protectors.
  5. Skating clothes: Skating apparel should be close fitting but not tight. Bulky clothing should be avoided as well, as it may impair movement and balance.
  6. CSA Approved Hockey Helmets are MANDATORY for Hockey Skills Development/Power Skating and Learn to Skate classes as students may fall and sustain serious injuries. Please make sure mitts, laces, etc., are not hanging down as they could cause injury to the skater. (Bicycle helmets are not permitted)
  7. Please change skates in the dressing rooms (and not in the lobby). Assigned dressing rooms are posted on the whiteboard in the lobby
  8. Parents are encouraged to observe the lessons but are asked to refrain from talking to the child during the class, as disruptions could cause important instructions to be missed.  Parents, who must leave the arena, please arrange for another parent to look out for their child as the instructors do not have time to tie skates or take skaters to the bathroom.
  9. Spectators please refrain from standing or sitting in the hockey bench or penalty box areas
  10. For insurance purposes, PARENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON THE ICE AT ANY TIME.  There will be skaters on the ice to assist the children. Skaters may enter the ice area after the zamboni doors have closed and a supervisor has entered the ice surface.
The first few weeks may appear chaotic.  We will be evaluating and trying to find the best class for all the skaters.  Please be patient.

Questions regarding our program and policies can be addressed via email (preferred) or by telephone (519) 657-9667.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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