Red Deer 
Speed Skating

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Registration for Speed Skating

Red Deer Central Lions Speed Skating Club uses the Speed Skating Canada Online Registration System (MAS) for Club Registrations. 


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A new registration system will be in place for the 2018-2019 Season. Stay tuned for details. Join us on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 for our Registration Night (6:30pm-8:30pm uptairs at the Kinex Arena). 

Open Try-It Nights: Not sure if Speed Skating is right for you? Come out and try for free!  

2018-2019 Open Try Nights: Any Tuesday or Thursday from October to March. Fill out our online form to register for an Open Skate Night and a member of the Executive will contact you. Questions? Email: [email protected]

Registration Categories and Fees for 2018-2019 Season (TBD: Updated 30 July 2018)

Note: Our fees for the 2018-2019 season will be updated as soon as possible. 

Note: A Three-Week Trial Period is available for new Club Members upon Registration. 

Skates and Damage Deposits

  • Full Year Skate Rental: TBD/skater (fees listed below do not include skate rentals)
  • 1/2 Year Skate Rental (Oct-Dec): TBD
  • Damage Deposits: 2 undated cheques for $100.00 each are submitted to the Club for each skater during the on site Registration and Skate Pick-Up Night.
  • Families with cheques on file do not need to submit new cheques. Damage deposit cheques are for Racing Skin Suits and Skates. 

Skater and Parent/Guardian Memberships

Associate Member (Adults/Parents/Guardians)
All adults (parents, guardians, caregivers) of minor skaters are required to register in the Associate program for Speed Skating Canada and Alberta Amateur Speed Skating Association insurance purposes. An Associate member is a member of a Canadian speed skating club/program who contributes as a coach, official, volunteer, or parent and does not participate as a skating member. All adults are expected to volunteer for meets and events and at practice (mat set-up and take-down) so it is very important that all adults be Associate Members. 
  • Associate Membership Fee: TBD

  • Speed Skating for Hockey/Ringette Players (Oct-Dec)
    Want to work on your speed, aerobic training and try a different type of skating? Join the Red Deer Central Lions Speed Skating Club once/week.  
    Older/more experienced skaters will skate on Wednesday evenings at the Kinex Arena from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. and younger or less experienced players will skate on Tuesdays from 5:45 p.m.-6:45 pm. 
  • Speed Skating for Hockey/Ringette Players Fees: TBD

  • Affiliate/Elite: 
    This category is for Elite skaters who are still affiliated with the Red Deer Central Lions Speed Skating Club but who are skating in a high performance program elsewhere (e.g. at the Calgary Olympic Oval).  Cost includes fees for SSC and AASSA.
  • Affiliate Fees (Full Season): TBD

  • GROUP 1: Active, Fundamental, Learn to Train Skaters
    The Learn to Speed Skate program at the Kinex focuses on developing the skills of skaters who are 6 years old and up. Practices run on Tuesday and Thursdays, with skaters having the option of skating once or twice a week. The short track program runs at the Kinex Indoor Arena starting on October 2nd.
    • Full Season, 1 Night/Week: TBD
    • Full Season, 2 Nights/Week: TBD
    • 1/2 Season, Oct-Dec, 1 Night/Week: TBD
    • 1/2 Season, Oct-Dec, 2 Nights/Week: TBD

    GROUP 2: Train to Train Skaters
    Group 2 skaters are typically skaters who are in the Train to Train level and higher, or if the coach feels that this group is appropriate for your skater's development.   Practices run on Tuesday and Thursdays, with skaters having the option of skating once or twice a week. The short track program runs at the Kinex Indoor Arena starting on October 2nd.
    • Full Season, 1 Night/Week: TBD
    • Full Season, 2 Nights/Week: TBD
    • 1/2 Season, Oct-Dec, 1 Night/Week: TBD
    • 1/2 Season, Oct-Dec, 2 Nights/Week: TBD

    GROUP 3: Train to Train Advanced
    Group 3 skaters are typically skaters who are in the Train to Train level and higher and who practice 3 nights each week. Practices run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.  The short track program runs at the Kinex Indoor Arena starting on October 2nd. 
    1. Fees for Group 3, Full Season, 3 Nights/Week: TBD

    Special Olympic Skaters
    This category is for club members who may participate in any club or sanctioned events as a Special Olympics Skater.  Skaters have the option of skating one or two times/week.  
    • Fees for Special Olympic Skaters: TBD (1 Night/Week) and TBD (2 Nights/Week)