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Spring 2021 Edge and Balance


April 06 — May 11


  • April 6, 2021 – Tue May 11
  • 4:00-4:50 pm
  • Allandale Recreation Centre
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This program is under the direction of Paul Matheson
The program runs for 6 weeks.
Tuesday’s 4:00-4:50pm
April 6th-May 11th, 2021
Each session will have two certified Mariposa instructors on it and is guaranteed to have Paul Matheson as one of the instructors a minimum of four of the five sessions.
Each session will also be divided into groups based on age/level to ensure athletes are in their ideal learning environment.
Limited to a maximum of 10 students.
  • The program runs for 5 weeks Tuesday’s 4:00-4:50pm
  • All skaters must pre-register for each class online and check-in in person
  • All sessions max 10 skaters per class
  • All sessions will be divided into groups according to the skater’s level.
  • Full equipment is optional but advised
  • Reservations must be canceled 24 hours before class, otherwise, you will be charged for the class.  No exceptions.
All Power Skating and Edge & Balance classes have moved to a Punch Card system. This self-serve system allows for total scheduling flexibility. Buy a pass and then create a PunchPass account to reserve the classes you want. Please reserve all of the class times you want in advance. You can cancel any class within 24 hours of the class starting and reserve an alternate class.  If you do not cancel your class within 24 hours, your pass will be charged.  Your Punchpass will expire May 13, 2020
Mariposa School of Skating Code of Conduct and Expectations
As a member of Mariposa School of Skating, there is an expectation to represent our organization in a respectful and responsible manner. When at practice, functions, competitions, exhibitions, it is of the utmost importance that Parents, Skaters, Coaches, Team Managers, and supporters affiliated with Mariposa School of skating adhere to the following expectations;
•Always behave in a professional and courteous manner
• Arrive on time and be prepared
• Follow the expectations and requests of the club.
• Be respectful to other parents, skaters, coaches, player, competitors, officials, and volunteers
• Do not negatively comment on other players, competitors, coaches.
• Abide by Skate Canada’s and Hockey Canada Code of Ethics and Parent Code of Conduct
• Refrain from using profanity
After consulting with the City of Barrie it was decided by Mariposa School of Skating, for the safety of all in the facility, that parents would not be allowed to watch their skaters sessions, until further notice.
This ensures that we are partners who have the safety of the community at the forefront and promotes Mariposa as an organization that can deal with keeping our athletes and coaches on the ice safely.
  • Participants will be granted entry to the rink a maximum of 15 minutes before their scheduled ice time and must exit immediately after the next group goes on the ice. If there isn’t a group on after your session, you must exit the facility immediately after.
  • All participants entering the facility must wear a face mask. Skaters will be permitted to remove their face masks when they enter the ice surface but must put the mask back once their session is completed.
  • Social distancing must be maintained at all times on the ice surface. Skaters and coaches must remain 6 feet away at all times.
  • The washrooms are for emergency use only. It is not a change room.  It will be limited to 3 people at a time and will be disinfected regularly. Users must sanitize their hands outside the washroom before entering and wash their hands thoroughly after using the washroom.
  • Participants must bring their own filled water bottle.
  • Participants are asked to bring their own tissues.
  • The Mariposa office will remain closed.
  • Upon registration, all payments must be made in advance on the website or via e-transfer and paid in full.
While this can be truly disruptive to your schedule – no exceptions are being made.  Mariposa School of Skating is bound by the guidelines as set by the Provincial Sporting Organization.  Under no circumstances will the Skating Club risk disciplinary action and fines due to non-compliance.  In the event that you are not compliant, after one warning, The Club has the right to revoke your registration without a refund.
We appreciate your anticipated cooperation.


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