On Ice FreeSkate Sessions featuring former Canadian pair skater and Olympic Silver medalist Dylan Moscovitch.

Registration Levels
Level 1: STAR 1-5 Skaters
Level 2: Competitive & Competitive Development Skaters
Level 3: STAR 6-G & STAR 16+ Skaters
Level 4: Synchro Pre-Novice & Intermediate Teams

Schedule & Location
Sunday, April 7th from 9am-1pm @ Carolyn Fedy Skating Centre, RIM Park

Registration: NOW OPEN!
Please register for the appropriate level here.

Seminar open to KWSC Skaters only and is free of charge!


The Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club would like to announce that our new music system is now installed and fully functional!

Our skaters and members now have access to an improved sound experience with greater sound quality and Bluetooth connection.

This will allow our skaters to prepare better for competitions and also improve experiences at events hosted at CFSC Rink in RIM Park.

KWSC would like to thank

Straight Street Event Services – for lending us temporary speakers for 8 months during the new system negotiations. All new speaker equipment was purchased from Straight Street.
The Installation Crew – Mark Psutka, Bill Poje, Duncan Millar
Conestogo Electric – for wiring and providing certified electricians

Call For PA's - Spring 2019

KWSC is looking for PAs for the Spring 2019 Term! Serving as a Program Assistant is a great opportunity to improve leadership skills, make new friends, and serve as role models for our new skaters. Program Assistants are a very important part of our Learn-to-Skate programs.

Anyone can become a PA for KWSC - as long as you are confident in your abilities to support our skaters as they learn. Click here for more information about becoming a PA with KWSC. PAing is a great way to fulfill your highschool volunteer hours or to get credits towards skating with KWSC!


PA of the Month – CONNOR EDWARDS
Connor began skating at the age of 2. He chose to become a PA with KWSC because he loves skating and also likes helping out in his community. Connor likes helping kids learn how to skate and thinks that it is a great way to start his volunteering experience. “The thing I like best about being a PA is helping the kids up when they fall and pushing them to achieve their greatest potential.”
Outside of skating, Connor is 13 years old and going into Grade 9 next year! He has a younger sister and baby brother. Connor loves being outdoors and playing a variety of sports such as hockey, skiing and swimming.

Skater of the Month – JEFFREY CHEN
Jeffrey began skating at age 5. He used to skate in Guelph, but now skates with Coach Dianne here at KWSC. Over the summer, Jeffrey was invited to join KWSC and liked it so much he decided to stay with KWSC.
Outside of skating, Jeffrey really likes math. He attends a math class every Saturday. He also attends Chinese lessons on Fridays with his best friend and his mother. Connor really likes ‘stuffies’, with his favourite being Pusheens because “they are really cute and snugly.” His favourite animal is a mouse “because they’re really small and they can fit in small spaces so most of the time they are really cozy and comfy.”

KWSC's Dynicety at 2019 Skate Canada Synchronize Skating Championships

KWSC's Dynicety Intermediate Team competed at the 2019 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships February 22-24th, coming in 9th place overall!

We're so grateful to have such an amazing competition hosted in Waterloo and even more proud of our skaters who took part in this great event.

KWSC's Skaters Competing at 2019 Canada Winter Games!

KWSC Skaters - Aidan, Lily, Mackenzie, Owen, Sydney, and Eric compete at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer Alberta. Best of luck to our skaters and all other competitors!

Follow their journey here.

Click this link for schedule and results!

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