Welcome to the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club


Office phone: 519-886-5972 ext. 229

 Summer 2016/17 Office Hours (June-August)

Mondays: 12-2pm
Tuesdays: 12-2pm & 4-7pm
Wednesdays: CLOSED
Thursdays: 12-2pm & 4-7pm
Fridays: 12-2pm


Sundays: CLOSED


  • Membership, Club and General Enquiries - Rachel Kerswill, 519-886-5972 ext. 229
  • Technical Director - Jean-Michel Bombardier, 519-886-5972 ext.222
  • Athletics Centre - Office, Marie Pringle, 519-886-5972 ext. 226
  • Executive Director - Marie Pringle, 519-886-5972 ext. 226

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Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club
Carolyn Fedy Skating Centre, RIM Park
2001 University Avenue East, Suite 101
Waterloo, Ontario
N2K 4K4


Our office is in the Carolyn Fedy Skating Centre, within the Manulife Sportsplex and Healthy Living Centre at RIM Park in Waterloo, Ontario.

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Jul 3, 2017:

Summer school begins

Jul. 10, 2017:

STAR/Comp skater allocation due at 11:59 pm

Jul. 21, 2017:

STAR/Comp general registration opens at noon

Aug. 1, 2017:

Learn-to-Skate and Twin City Hockey Skating School program registration opens at noon

Aug. 7, 2017:

NO SKATING -Civic Holiday

Aug. 16, 2017:

TEST DAY – 7:45-10pm

Aug. 28-31, 2017:

STARSkate STARS on ICE Summer Camp

Sep. 10, 2017:

Fall Seminar

We are K-W's exclusive provider of Skate Canada certified skating programs such as CanSkate and CanPowerSkate.


CanSkate was developed by a team of hockey, figure skating, and ringette experts to teach the fundamentals of skating. CanSkate is the only nationally regulated learn-to-skate program in Canada. This tested and proven new curriculum and delivery method promotes unrivaled development of strong basic skills. The new program includes specific skills that pertain to hockey, ringette, speed skating and figure skating. The result is a fun and dynamic program that prepares all skaters for virtually every ice sport.


True Sport

True Sport



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