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NO CANSKATE - APRIL 8, 2021

posted Apr 8, 2021, 12:26 PM

Hello CanSkate Families,

As many of you know the Province announced that we are moving back to Step 1 of the "Path Forward" as of midnight last night.  Under Step 1 most youth sports can continue with the same restrictions.  They did however add an additional restriction that only one youth group can occupy a playing surface at one time.  We are currently waiting to hear from Skate Canada as to how this will affect our CanSkate program.  Unfortunately until we receive clear direction we will be temporarily suspending all CanSkate programs.
 
We are confident that we can come up with some alternatives and hope to have an update in the next few days.

Thank you very much for your patience as we once again navigate the changing Provincial restrictions.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.

Stay safe,

Jacqueline West

President
Lake Bonavista Figure Skating Club

NOTICE OF AGM - FEBRUARY 24, 2021

posted Feb 13, 2021, 12:51 PM

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
7:00 - 8:00 PM

Virtual Via ZOOM

All members of the Lake Bonavista Figure Skating Club (LBFSC) are welcome and encouraged to attend this Annual General Meeting.

STARSKATE PROGRAM RESUMES - LIMIT 10 ON ICE

posted Feb 13, 2021, 12:48 PM

CanSkate, Can Power and Parent/Tot programs are not allowed at this time. 

Age 18 and younger participants skating indoors are permitted to be coached in private, semi-private (up to 3 skaters) under the following conditions:

  • All skaters must always remain 3 meters apart (9 feet). Cohort groups are not permitted.
  • Maximum of 10 people including participants and coaches at any time.
  • Coaches are to always remain masked; skaters are not required to wear a mask while on the ice but must wear a mask anywhere else in the facility.

The Section is not permitting volunteers, parents, spectators, skaters, or coaches to congregate or gather creating a group setting in or out of the facility. Clubs and skating schools are expected to always ensure full compliance.

SKATING IS ON HOLD

posted Jan 25, 2021, 12:17 PM

Our winter programs are currently on hold.  At this time, we do not know exactly when we will be back on the ice as the ice arena at the Lake Bonavista Recreation Centre is temporarily closed. We will not know any sooner than what gets reported in the media when it will open.

Due to the recent Alberta Health Orders, we cannot start our programs until Dr. Hinshaw lifts the ban on indoor group physical activities. Please continue to watch the website and social media for more information as it becomes available.

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