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    Welcome, we are Ajax’s only recognized Skate Canada Club since 1967.  Our Skate Canada, NCCP certified professional coaches   focus on achieving goals through fun, progressive skill development that can be applied to recreational skating, ringette, hockey and beginner          to elite figure skating. We welcome everyone from 3 years old, teens, adults, hockey/ringette players and those with special needs!  

    You can always feel free to reach our office by emailing us at  office@ajaxskatingclub.ca.

 

Spectator Code of Conduct of the
Ajax Community Centre

To ensure a safe and pleasant environment, the Town of Ajax, Recreation Services, request that everyone using this facility comply with the code of conduct listed below. Above all, staff and visitors must be treated with respect. Non compliance may result in ejection from Town facilities for an indefinite period of time.

The following activities/behaviours/items are prohibited:

  • Acting in an intimidating, disrespectful or disruptive fashion
  • Behaviour which may interfere with the enjoyment of the facilities for others( ie: running, horseplay, fighting, spitting, swearing, blocking of stairways or exits, littering etc)
  • Wearing of clothing or apparel that hides the identity of an individual except for religious purposes
  • Use of in-line skates (other than on designated playing surfaces), skateboards, scooters, heelies and other rolling devices, as well as, cleats
  • Verbal threats and insults
  • Breaking of established rules governing activities run by Recreation Services
  • The use of cellular phones (as a camera), personal digital assistants and digital cameras in change rooms, washrooms and dressing rooms

Please be aware that staff have the authority to check back packs, bags and purses. Any person who refuses to allow such an item to be checked may be asked to leave the facilities.

Anyone caught damaging or defacing property will pay ALL repair costs.

Children under the age of 10, not participating in a scheduled activity or program, must remain under the direct supervision of an adult or responsible guardian of at least 14 years of age. Direct supervision is defined as the child or children must be in sight of the parent or guardian at all times.

 

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    Mission

Our mission is to offer EVERYONE that is interested in learning or looking to improve their skating skills a program that will provide fun, fitness and achievements. Our programs will promote and foster a skaters development in a fun, safe and positive environment!