MON NOV 23 Update: As of 12:01 AM on Monday, November 16, 2020 Halton Region is in RED/CONTROL Zone regarding restrictions surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. 

LEARN TO SKATE/CANSKATE ONLY: Due to RED/CONTROL Zone restrictions, and increasing case numbers, the remainder of the Fall 2020 Learn to Skate season has been cancelled.


The Town of Oakville has returned to DAILY Health Screening, if you are coming to the rink, you must print & fill out a Daily Health Screening Questionnaire OR complete the Online Daily Health Screening Questionnaire. You must be able to answer "NO" to all questions on the survey, if you answer "YES" to any questions, DO NOT come to the rink. Screening forms are only to be filled out on days you are coming to the rink, and must be filled out the SAME DAY you are skating. These CANNOT be completed in advance.

Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Online Daily Health Screening Questionnaire

Please visit for all further updates regarding policies and procedures regarding skating during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

Our office is currently closed to the public, please email or call our office 905-257-7771 for information.

  • Fall/Winter 2020-21

    Below you will find the schedule for Fall 2020. Please view more information for information on registration and how skating will work this fall.

    More Info Schedule
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  • COVID-19 Policies & Procedures

    Please visit our COVID-19 Specific page for all policies and procedures regarding skating during this time.

    COVID-19 Page
  • Not Accepting New Members

    We are not able to accept new members at this time - sorry!

Our Mission

As one of the largest skating clubs in Canada, Skate Oakville is proud to be a member of Skate Canada.  We provide learn to skate lessons, recreational figure skating programs, competitive training in both singles and ice dance, and are also home to 8 synchronized skating teams.