The County of Brant is planning to re-open the Brant Sports Complex on September 8, 2020. Stay tuned for any information on Fall 2020 programs.
Until July 27, 2020, we have an online intent to return programs available through Uplifter. Complete that to assist in our return to play planning process. *this does not guarantee any spots in the programs or commit you to certain dates/times. No money will be processes during these registrations *if it asks you to purchase a 2019-2020 Skate Canada membership for a new member do NOT complete the invoice and email the club at instead
Check out the schedule above and the calendar below for exact dates and times
Click the Uplifter Website above to be re-directed for online registration.
Registration is online through Uplifter. Follow the link above.
Online credit card payments are available.
Registration fees and the schedule are above for you to look over to plan your skater's schedule.
A mailbox is available under the PFSC notice board at the arena for off line payments, or can be mailed to:
Paris Figure Skating Club
PO Box 73
All sessions are subject to minimum enrolment. Sessions may be added or changed according to demand.
Skate Canada Membership
When you register with the Paris Figure Skating Club for any of its programs, you will also be required to register as a member of Skate Canada, our national governing body. Skate Canada membership ($45.00) is mandatory and includes insurance coverage, as well as other benefits, such as allowing skaters to participate in competitions and tests.
Skate Canada Helmet Policy
Canskate Stage 5 and lower must wear a CSA approved hockey helmet. Review the Skate Canada policy here.
Skate Canada Safe Sport Policy
PFSC abides by the Skate Canada Safe Sport Policy. Review the policy here.
Skate Canada Inclusion Policy
PFSC abides by the Skate Canada Inclusion Policy. Review the policy here.
Carnival (Fall/Winter only)
Our annual carnival will take place on Saturday, March 28, 2020. No sewing of costumes is required. For further details regarding this year's show and the carnival fee, please review the skater handbook. Further information regarding this year's production will be released as it becomes available.
All club members must pay a fundraising fee ($50) which is used to support the club and its various programs. Again this year, our mandatory fundraising activity will be the Ontario Skaters' Promotional Lottery. Each skater will receive one book of tickets to sell. You can earn $40 of your fundraising fee back when you sell the entire book of tickets. For further details regarding fundraising initiatives, please review the skater handbook.
Guest skating is permitted subject to session availability. All guest skating fees ($25.00- PFSC member; $30.00- Non-PFSC Club member) must be paid prior to skating a session. When arriving to guest skate, skaters must fill out a guest skating envelope, available at our bulletin board by the Gurney Ice Pad. Completed envelopes and fees must be dropped in the club mailbox below the bulletin board. Non-club members are asked to bring their Skate Canada number and proof of registration.
Cancelled Session Policy
Updating..... policy will be available shortly
Upon registration you will receive a copy of the Skater Handbook. Please take a moment to review this document as it contains pertinent information regarding this season of skating. If you require further information or have any other questions, please contact your coach or the club at firstname.lastname@example.org.