Drayton Valley Skating Club
The Drayton Valley Skating Club has been proudly representing the community of Drayton Valley, Alberta, for over 60 years, offering Skate Canada recognized CanSkate and STARSkate programming. The Club is dedicated to providing programs to skaters of all ages, supporting their goals through the joy of skating.
April 27, 2022
Drayton Valley Omniplex Curling Rink Lounge
No Current Competitions
Note: all skaters must speak with their coach before registering for competitions.
No Current Fundraising
This program is geared towards skaters under 5, and develops the basic skating skills in a fun and engaging environment.
CanSkate is appropriate for all ages, and focuses on fun, participation, and skill development in a group lesson format.
This program is designed to introduce skaters to recreational or competitive figure skating, providing opportunities for skaters all ages to enjoy competitive skating.
Skaters who wish to challenge their figure skating skills and who show potential as competitive skaters can participate in the Competitive Skate program.
The coaching team is a vital part of the Drayton Valley Skating Club, and we are fortunate to have a dedicated, friendly and talented coaching team. Our coaching team guides skaters in technical skill development, physical training, and musical interpretation.
Parents, if you have any questions or concerns, please inquire with your coach or send an email to email@example.com, and Nicole will point you in the right direction.
Sign Up for the REMIND App
Text (587) 409-3009 with the message @dvscm to sign up. If you are having trouble signing up, please let us know. You can also find the link for the REMIND app on our bulletin board in Omni 2.
Sign Up for EMAIL Communications
Log in to your account at https://www.dvskatingclub.ca, and navigate to the communications tab. Under this tab, make sure all three email types are clicked to YES. Also remember to check your junk mail to make sure they haven't been flagged.
Current COVID Measures
Masks are no longer required, however we still need participants to sign in/out using the QR code. You can find it on the Omni 2 door, or there are extra QR codes that you can keep with you hanging on the bulletin board. These are regulations set forth by Skate Canada, AB Health and the Omniplex.
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Remember to wear proper fitting skates, warm clothes, a CSA approved ice helmet and NO fuzzy mitts as they stick to the ice.