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BFSC Regular Season (Fall)

Program Descriptions and Requirements:
PRE-CANSKATE:
★ 30 min program for children 3-4 years of age, designed for those who have never skated before or
who are not confident with their balance on the ice.
★ Will introduce children to the ice, help them become comfortable and work on the essentials needed to
move safely and effectively on the ice. Successful skaters can transition to Canskate.


CANSKATE:
★ 50 min program for skaters with no experience needed
★ For 3 years and up (**except for the 5yr+ session on Wednesdays)
★ A dynamic program that focuses on fun and basic skating skill development


POWER SKATING:
★ Recognizing that skating is a foundational skill for hockey and ringette, this program allows for the
opportunity to focus on skating outside of the game or practice
★ Skaters must have achieved Stage 4 of the CanSkate program or equivalent previous skating
experience. This is not a learn to skate program. CSA helmets and full/partial hockey equipment
must be worn by participants.


STARSKATE:
★ Junior – Must have passed Canskate Stage 4 or be invited (**Open Session, Juniors must have
obtained Stage 6 Badge and have a coach)
★ Intermediate – All 3 Star 1 tests must have a private coach
★ Senior – All Star 3 plus 2 Star 4 tests or 14 years of age


Canskate, Pre-Canskate & Power Skating Pricing:
Sunday or Monday (14 sessions)

Canskate/Power Skating—–$369 ($280 program fee + $44 Skate Canada Fee + $45 Fundraising Fee)
Tuesday or Wednesday (16 sessions)

Canskate——$409 ($320 program fee + $44 Skate Canada Fee + $45 Fundraising Fee)

Pre-Canskate—-$345 ($256 program fee + $44 Skate Canada Fee + $45 Fundraising Fee)

Fee Breakdown:
Programming Cost—$280 (14 sessions) or $320 (16 sessions) or $256 (Pre-Can)
Skate Canada fee—$44 applies to each individual skater and is valid from Sept. 2022 until the end
of August 2023.
Fundraising fee—$45 is applied once per year to each family. If you have multiple children skating,
the fee is only charged to you once during the season. All programming fees are mandatory.

Starskate Pricing:
Monday(14 sessions)
Total cost: $299 ($210 program fee + $44 Skate Canada Fee + $45 Fundraising Fee)
Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday (16 sessions)
Total cost: $329 ($240 program fee + $44 Skate Canada Fee + $45 Fundraising Fee)

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BFSC Summer Skating (July 12-August 18)

 

Summer Skating–6 Weeks

(July 12-August 18)

SUMMER  REGISTRATION will open JUNE 4th. 

Registration link: https://bfsc.uplifterinc.com/registration/

BFSC is proud to announce the schedule and fees for the 2022 Summer Season. Summer programming will run for 6 sessions from July 12th-Aug. 18th. All skating will take place at South Courtice Arena.  

**Please note, we require minimum numbers to run each session. You will be contacted if our numbers fall below the required number of participants or if we need to make changes to the schedule.

Canskate Costs: $120 program fee + $44 Canskate fee (new 2021-2022 Canskate participants)

Junior/Intermediate Starskate Costs:  $120 fee for 1 day/week, $240 for 2 days/week, $360 for 3 days/week 

Requests for withdrawal from any program must be received in writing by Registration@bfsc.net within two weeks of the start of the session. Only remaining sessions will be refunded. The Skate Canada Membership fee is nonrefundable.

If you have any questions please email: Registration@bfsc.net

 

 

Registration link:https://bfsc.uplifterinc.com/registration/

 

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Information on our 2021-22 Season

Canskate

Registration is open.  If session is full, please add your skater to the waiting list.

 

 

 

 

 

Starskate – Junior (Canskate Stage 4-6, Star 1)   Intermediate (Star 2-3)   Senior (Star 4-10)

Session are open for Full Registration or Drop-Ins.  Drop-In must have a valid Skate Canada Membership for the 2021-22 Season.

 

Please see below all Clarington Guidelines and return to sport Information

Vaccination verification under the passport will come into effect on Wednesday September 22. 

  • Full vaccination means 2 approved doses, with 14 days lapsed after the second dose.  Approved medical exemptions do apply.
  • Proof of vaccination includes a copy of your vaccination receipt and adequate identification that confirms the name and birthday of the individual.  Photo ID is acceptable but not required.  The information on both documents must match to be considered verified.
  • Every person who is 18 years an older will require proof of vaccination to enter the facility.
  • Every person who is under 12 years old will NOT have to provide proof of vaccination 
  • Every person who is 12-17 years old will have to provide proof of vaccination EXCEPT when participating in organized sport and active recreational activities.  Participation in organized sport would include any coaches, instructors officials (on and off ice) that are aged 17 and under.
  • Vaccination verification will be completed at the main entrance to each facility and will be based on the above criteria.  This will be done by municipal staff and/or a third party agency contracted by the Municipality.
  • Should an organization be required by their Provincial Sport Organization (i.e. OMHA or OWHA) to impose requirements that exceed the guidance provided in the Provincial Regulation, it will be the sole responsibility of that organization to enforce those requirements. .

Effective October 27th the Municipality will be taking over screening and contact tracing for anyone that enters a recreation facility. As the permit holder, you are no longer responsible for doing screening and contact tracing. The security guards at the door will be screening, contact tracing and completing vaccine verification.  These changes do not impact vaccine verification, that process will remain the same. 

The Municipality is launching an electronic COVID-19 self-screening on Wednesday, October 27, for those wishing to enter Clarington’s recreation facilities and complete the screening in advance. You can access the COVID-19 Self-Screening online, at the door using the posted QR code, and in person with facility staff.

PLEASE arrive 20-30 minutes before the start of the session so Health Checks can be confirmed.

Link – COVID-19 Self-Screening for Entry to Recreation Facilities (arcgis.com)

Please read all Return to Play guidelines below from Clarington

Return to Ice Guidelines for Permit Holders 

As we reopen it is critical to share the below information:  

➢ A maximum of 60 skaters are allowed on the ice, plus coaches/staff.  

Arrival at the Facility  

  • The facility will be entered through the main entrance. Adjustments may be necessary  due to other events happening within the facility. This information will be  communicated in advance of the permitted date. 
  • Arrive to the facility 15 minutes before your start time to line up outside.  o It is the permit holder’s responsibility to ensure that all participants and  spectators have entered the facility. 
  • Spectators and participants must immediately go into the designated areas. Loitering  and gathering in the facility is not permitted  

While in the Facility  

  • Parents/guardians will be allowed in the facility and must sit in the designated area and  must wear a mask at all times. Staff will monitor and notify the permit holder (or  coach) if there are any concerns or capacity numbers are exceeded. Failure to follow  these guidelines will put future permits at risk of cancellation  
  • Changerooms will be open. Masks must be worn at all times and can be removed as  the skater enters the ice.  
  • Washrooms are open.  

While Exiting the Facility  

  • Spectators must immediately exit the facility at the end of the ice time.
  • Spectators and participants are not permitted to loiter in the facility
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