MON. DEC 21 Update: As of 12:01 AM on Saturday, December 26, 2020 Ontario will enter a province-wide lockdown. FHFSC will continue to be closed until further notice. Please stay tuned for any updates.
December Contest: Who, What, Where??
Who : Miss Elaine Hume ( our very own)
What :The 1957 Canadian Figure Skating Championships WINNER
Where : Winnipeg
Contest Winner : Kie & Saki Honjo
November 20th 2020 Covid Restriction UPDATE
Sports facilities in Toronto are required to close as of midnight Sunday November 22, 2020 for 28 days.
As per this afternoons announcement by the Government of Ontario, sports facilities in Toronto are required to close as of midnight Sunday November 22,2020. This unfortunate announcement forces FHFSC to close its doors for a period of time commencing Monday November 23, 2020 for at least 28 days at which time we are hopeful we will be allowed to return to play Dec 21, 2020. We understand the frustration and disappointment everyone is feeling as we are feeling it too. We also understand that you will have questions regarding refunds and credits. There should be no credits as we have been working on a "just-in-time" invoicing process . If you still need help with your invoices please email email@example.com.
Thank you for your patience as we process everything. It’s now time for us all to do our part to reduce the spread so we can get back to the skate we love.
Stay Safe Everyone.
Skating this year will be very different as we know it…………
See below for summary of Protocols, Restrictions and screening.
Protocols and waivers must be signed before skaters will be permitted to skate. (you will receive these forms at registration)
NO PARENTS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE ARENA
Skate Guards will be necessary – Make sure your skater has them to walk from the car, through the arena to the ice. If your skater can put their own skates on they can change in the arena.
Building capacity is 25 max, including staff, skaters and coaches - 10 skater and coaches per rink.
All skaters and coaches as well as staff will need to wear a mask full time in the arena and on ice.
Academy Skaters are allowed to take masks off if doing a Solo
PreCan skaters and CanSkate 1 skaters (some exceptions) will not be allowed to skate yet as of September.
Verbal screening will be taken at the arena entrance, before going inside
We look forward to seeing you at the arena,
Meet our Coaches!
Forest Hill FSC is proud to have over 30 Skate Canada Certified (and higher!) coaches on our roster! Follow this link to meet them!
CanPowerSkate is an action-packed, high-energy instructional power skating program geared towards hockey: the program focuses on balance, power, agility, speed and endurance. Skills, techniques and conditioning drills are taught in a progressive format that emphasizes how the skills the skaters are learning apply to game situations. CanPowerSkate is an excellent complement for athletes playing on hockey teams.
Monday - Friday - N/A We can easily be reach by clicking the
Link below and leaving us an Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling the office at 416- 481 -7325