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Bronze (Star 1-3) Spring 2023

April 10 — May 10

Monday

  • April 10 – May 8
  • On Ice 4:00-5:20 pm / Off Ice 5:25-6:05
  • Allandale Rec Centre Blue Rink

Wednesday

  • April 12 – May 10
  • Off Ice 4:25-4:55 / On Ice 5:00-6:20
  • Allandale Rec Centre Blue Rink

About the Program

The Bronze program offers the best-in-class figure skating curriculum in Canada, targeting athletes looking for a future in the sport. Instructed by Skate Canada NCCP coaches, the program introduces participants to the basic figure skating elements needed to create the foundation for singles, pairs, ice dance and synchronized skating.

  • All sessions will have an off-ice jump class
  • Skaters will have passed CanSkate Stage 6 OR approved by the Program Coordinator.
  • Lessons delivered for STAR 1-4 Skate Canada tests in Freeskate, Skills and Dance.
  • 45 minutes of group instruction delivered by a Mariposa coach per session

PURCHASE 2 DAYS FOR DISCOUNT

  • 1 Day $199 plus HST
  • 2 Days $369 plus HST

For questions pertaining to the program please contact Azure-Dee Perkins at aperkins@skatemariposa.com or regarding registration, registrar@skatemariposa.com

All skaters must be registered with Skate Canada.  All applicable fees apply to test day.

Registration Form

  • All skaters must be registered with Skate Canada. If you have not registered with Skate Canada, please contact your home club to register for the 2020-2021 season.
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Program Options

Any applicable discounts will be calculated and shown in the shopping cart.

Days Time Availability Price
Monday 400-520-pm 23 spots left +$199.00
Wednesday 500-620-pm 15 spots left +$199.00

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I have been bringing skaters to the Mariposa Seminar for 18 years. Every year is a fabulous experience for both my skaters as well as myself. It never ceases to amaze me how professional everyone is and how willing this team of coaches is to share information to both the skaters as well as the coaches at the seminar.
— Charleen Cameron, St. Margarets Bay Skating Club —