Fall Kick-Off Workshop
We are excited to offer a Fall Kick-Off Workshop on October 5th - 6th! This workshop offers several fun and interactive sessions for our skaters, coaches and parents lead by Mary-Liz Wiley and Skate Canada NL officials. Please visit our Events page for more information. Schedule and fees are available here: UPDATED 2019 Fall Kick-Off Schedule and Fees.pdf. Click here to Register.
2019/20 Registration Ongoing
Registration for the 2019/20 season is open! Please visit our Schedule page for more information including registration times, available sessions, and session descriptions. The full registration fees breakdown is now available on our Fees page. Full program descriptions available under Programs.
CanSkate Program Assistant Training
We are seeking PA’s to help us on our CanSkate sessions. Any skaters who are 11 Years of age and older as of July 1, 2019 and have completed the STAR 3 Freeskate assessment are eligible to PA (priority given to skaters over 12). Training will be held Wednesday October 2, 2019, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. If you are interested in being a PA this year please fill out this form: PA Training
SkateNL Strength & Conditioning Classes - Fall/Winter
Registration open now for Fall/Winter strength & conditioning classes with Scott Mercer. Click here for more information: strength and conditioning classes Fall 2019.pdf
We are actively recruiting folks to join our volunteer roster! You tell us how much time you have and what you're good at and we'll find a job for you. Learn more on our Volunteering page in the Our Club section of our website!
Office Closed For Off-Season
Please note our office is closed for the summer and will reopen when the regular season starts. Our technical director and volunteers will still be responding to emails so questions and concerns may be directed to email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your patience and we'll see you all in October!
Skate Canada Safe Sport
CBS Skating Club is committed to offering a safe and fun learning environment for all of its participants, in line with Skate Canada's Safe Sport policies. You can read more about these policies on the Skate Canada website, or by downloading the brochure below: