Since the initial lock down announced on March 13, 2020, and now projecting the potential return to ice during Stage 3 of the reopening plan in August 2021, our athletes will have missed over nine months or approximately 200 days of training time. During periods when the lock downs were lifted over the past 14 months, Mariposa was able to safely operate well over 3000 on-ice training sessions that included more than 350 different athletes at a variety of levels. In partnership with the City of Barrie, the Mariposa School of Skating followed, and in most cases exceeded, all mandated…
Spring School 2021 All sessions will be open for registration Monday, March 22nd. Please follow our website and all social media platforms
In order to better manage skater's during COVID restrictions, we have moved all registration to the Punchpass System. This allows parents the opportunity to book their own class times with some flexibility and be in control of the ever changing schedule. We have created these tutorials for you to answer some frequently asked questions when using Punchpass. How to create a membership on punchpass https://youtu.be/onr-GpxMxMY How to change name and address on punchpass https://youtu.be/Rvp1bKpnGao How to book a class on punchpass https://youtu.be/rwFxauWSRuc
Current status Apil 1st, 2021 COVID-19 response Framework Provincewide emergency break Provincewide emergency brake As COVID-19covid 19 cases continue to rise at an alarming rate, a provincewide emergency brake is in effect as of Saturday, April 3, at 12:01 a.m. This will help: save lives prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed protect in-person learning and keep children in schools allow for more time to vaccinate Ontarians stop the spread of COVID-19covid 19 in communities This decision was made in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts.