Clearwater skate club seeks Barriere skaters

The Raft Mountain Skating Club offers SkateCanada programs for every age and ability level

Barriere’s Kayla Chrystall wears a hockey jersey as she takes part in Raft Mountain Skating Club’s end-of-season extravaganza last March. The club is looking for more youngsters from the lower North Thompson Valley who want to learn how to figure-skate.

Barriere’s Kayla Chrystall wears a hockey jersey as she takes part in Raft Mountain Skating Club’s end-of-season extravaganza last March. The club is looking for more youngsters from the lower North Thompson Valley who want to learn how to figure-skate.

Has your child ever wanted to learn to skate but you thought the opportunity wasn’t available in your community?  Well think again!

The Raft Mountain Skating Club in Clearwater is trying to make skating more accessible to you and your family in Barriere.

Beginning in September, skating starts again and we want your child to be a part of it.

The Raft Mountain Skating Club offers SkateCanada programs for every age and ability level from beginner right through to advanced and competitive.

Two exceptional coaches are certified to get your skater moving and having fun.

Too far to drive? Well, we have that covered. We will help interested parents set up a car pooling program that could see you driving as little as 40 minutes one way during an entire session.

Other children from Barriere are already signed up and committed. Is your child ready to learn a new skill, increase their physical activity, and have a great time?

The Raft Mountain Skating Club will be in Barriere at AG Foods on Sept. 2 from 3 – 6 p.m. to answer any questions, set up scheduling, and get your child on the right path to fitness and fun.

Or, give our registrar, Lennie, a call at 250-674-2328 or email at membership@raftmountain.com. Let’s get skating!