What's New?

In order to see rapid improvement it is highly recommended that children skate more than 1 session per week, therefore we are happy to offer a 20% discount on the second session a skater registers in for the same season. This discount will only be offered for skaters registering in Canskate Stage 3 and higher (Prelim Prep included). Discount will be calculated upon final registration online. Please note this discount is per skater and not per family.

Please Note: Due to restructuring of our Skating Programs we will no longer be offering Pre-Canskate and Canskate sessions on Sunday's at Norma Bush Arena. Please check the posted schedule for all the other times these sessions are offered.

Skating schedule details for the Winter Session are now ready as of February 10, 2017   Click Here for the Schedule

Spring Registration will open Wednesday March 13, 2017 at 6:00am.

Click Here To Register

NOTE that there is no in-person registration.

Our Club

Crowfoot Skating Club (CSC) is a not-for-profit, volunteer run organization dedicated to offering all levels of Skate Canada programs, from PreCanSkate to Competitive Figure Skating. Classes are conducted in a group format and are taught by Skate Canada coaches certified by the National Coaching Certificate Program. Coaching Assistants, trained by our professional coaches, help to deliver our programs.

Crowfoot Skating Club is a community-based club under the umbrella of the Calalta Community Figure Skating Club.

All refunds will be subject to a $35.00 cancellation fee (this covers Skate Canada memberships that are required prior to the sessions starting) Cost of the session will be prorated as to how days were attended or until refund has been requested. Any Community memberships purchased during registration will not be refunded.
Helmet Use Policy
Effective July 1, 2011 Skate Canada requires all registered CanSkate participants, up to and including Stage 5, to wear a CSA approved hockey helmet while on the ice. Bicycle, multi-sport and snowboarding/skiing helmets are NOT acceptable. The use of hockey helmets is a mandatory Skate Canada policy and must be adhered to by all Clubs operating Skate Canada programs.

Locations and Programs

Skating programs are conducted in northwest Calgary as follows:

For addresses click here. The programs start at age 3. Participants are to be dressed warmly for classes including mitts or gloves. Approved CSA hockey helmets are mandatory for children under the age of 8 and for all registered CanSkate participants, up to and including Stage 5. The club does not provide any equipment other than teaching aids.


Residence in the following communities is not required. However, a current community membership is required with one of the following community associations: