Three (3) Learn to skate programs for kids to accommodate any beginner! (Click here)
Space is limited!
The 2017-2018 Learn to Skate (LTS) program session, offered to young children living in Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview, will start the Winter season January 07, 2018 at the AJL Arena in Dieppe, NB. (Sunday mornings from 11:30am to 12:30 pm)
Free 1st Session!!
Let your Child try our Learn to Skate Program for FREE!!
We understand that some parents might not be certain that their child is ready to start learning to skate. This is why we love to invite parents and their children to try their first Learn to skate session for free. Simply bring your skate gear (skates & helmets) for both you and your child. You are also required to let us know in advance that you’ll be showing up for a free trail session. All participants must complete and bring this PDF form with them and give it in prior to going on the ice surface.
We hope to see you soon !
Our fun learn to skate program has been offered in Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview for over 40 years!
With weekly Sunday session offered at the AJL arena in Dieppe, children will have a great time learning and having fun in ideal skating conditions.
Learn to Skate 2017-2018
(AJL Arena, Dieppe NB)
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AJL Arena, Dieppe NB
If you have a child who wants to Learn to Skate – Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview and have fun at the same time, the Codiac Cyclone “LTS” program will prove to be one of the best and fun ice experiences for your child.
The Codiac Cyclones Speed skating Club provides learn to skate lessons Sunday mornings (11:30 to 12:30) at the AJL Arena in Dieppe for children who are just starting out.
These sessions are offered by a dedicated coach with parent volunteers from the club and the assistance of club skaters.
Young skaters are taught basic skating skills that they can apply to hockey, figure skating and naturally speed skating.
We ask that all participants have the following equipment:
- A helmet (hockey, skateboarding, bicycle or speed skating)
- Knee pads (volleyball or hockey pads)
- Gloves or mitts
- Cut proof neck guard
- Skates (hockey, figure skates or contact us for speed skates)
Need help with equipment?
We can help. Click Here
Some children respond better when their parents are on the ice…some when their parents are not there!
We ask that parents be out on the ice with their child if they can’t stand up by themselves “Just to make it as much fun as possible”. We leave it up to each family to determine what is best for their skater.
PDF – Speed Skating Parent’s Guide – Read More: (Click Here)