Ticket ice is intended to act as supplemental ice time for skaters looking to add an extra lesson or practice session before a test, competition, or showcase. Ticket ice is not intended to replace a regular program registration.
Ticket ice can be purchased either one ticket at a time, or in booklets of 10 or 20 for any CanSkate Members that are registered in a program for the current season at FHFSC.
FHFSC Members ( who are registered in a current program) are eligible to use up to a maximum of 20 Tickets during the Full Season schedule (Holiday schedules, test day hours, or any additional ice time purchased by the Club do not count towards the maximum).
Skaters may only use Tickets on ice time for which they qualify.
Skaters must be registered for at least 1 hour of private ice time in the current season to be eligible to utilize ticket ice.
FHFSC Member Prices:
Single Ticket: $20
Book of 10 Tickets: $190 ($19/ticket)
Book of 20 Tickets: $360 ($18/ticket)
Non-FHFSC Members ( not registered in a current program but have an up to date Skate Canada Membership# ) : $25/hour
If no Skate Canada Number can be produced, you will be charged before you step on the ice.
Please note- coaches who are not contracted by FHFSC are NOT permitted to coach on our sessions unless given permission by the Skating Director in advance.
There is a Maximum of 3 Non Member tickets that can be used before you must enroll in one of our FHFSC programs.
Ticket Ice Tickets are non-transferrable & non-refundable. Tickets are not gift cards/gift certificates - you are pre-purchasing extra hours of ice time in the current skating year. Therefore, Tickets expire at the end of the season for which they were purchased.
Skaters must hand in Tickets before stepping on the ice. Skaters who have not handed in a Ticket to the office beforehand will be asked to exit the ice until which time a Ticket is produced to the office. No refund/replacement of Ticket Ice will be given in this circumstance.
Skaters who are CanSkate level must have a FHFSC-contracted coach with them at all times. Skaters who have passed both parts of the STAR 3 Freeskate test are permitted to skate without supervision.
All skaters must follow the flow of the ice and ensure they do not put themselves or others in harms way. Skaters who are found to be in violation of our ice etiquette will be dismissed from the ice and no refund/replacement ticket will be given.