Skating programs

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Skating Lessons

Skating lessons are back this fall! Lessons will be offered once, weekly. Offerings vary by facility. 


  • Albion Bolton Community Centre
  • Caledon East Community Complex
  • Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena
  • Mayfield Recreation Complex


  • Group Lessons - Skating (levels Preschool 1-3, Youth 1-2)
  • Low-Ratio Lessons - Skating (2 participants per class, level dependent)
  • Private Lessons - Skating (Preschool 1-3, Youth 1-2 and Adult)
  • Hockey Skills and Drills



Participant must wear properly fastened CSA approved hockey helmet and skates.

  • If your child does not have a CSA approved hockey helmet they will not be allowed on the ice. Participants are strongly recommended to wear full lexan/acrylic face shield (e.g. Bauer full face shield).
  • Bicycle, multi-sport and snowboarding/skiing helmets are not permitted.  
 Clothing and Helpful Tips
All Learn to Skate participants are encouraged to:
  • Wear warm layers including snow pants, jacket and gloves
  • Sharpen their skate blades if they have not done so in a while (dull skates will make it difficult to skate)


Single Visit Skates

The Town of Caledon offers a variety of single visit skates including:

  • Parent and Child Skate 
  • Public Skate (including, Adult 18+ and Adult 55+)
  • Shinny (including, Youth, Adult 18+, Adult 55+, and Women's)
  • Shinny - Stick and Puck (Parent and Child) 


  • Albion Bolton Community Centre - starting October 10
  • Caledon East Community Complex - starting September 9
  • Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena - starting October 16
  • Mayfield Recreation Complex - open now!

All single visit programs will be moving to a walk-in, first come first-serve basis. It’s as simple as swiping your membership card at the scanning station or paying for your single visit in-person 



Skating lessons require pre-registration. All registrations must be completed online or by calling 905-584-2272 x.7327.

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Should you wish to fully withdraw from your registered program, please send your request to

Alternatively, please contact Recreation Customer Service at 905-584-2272 x.7327 and we will be happy to assist.

Community Rinks

Volunteers Needed for Community Rinks

Skating is a favourite pastime for many of our residents, and we need your help to provide outdoor skating opportunities this winter.

We're looking for volunteers to support several community rinks around town. You will be responsible for maintaining the ice surface during the winter months (weather dependent) and communicating with a Town-appointed liaison on the status of the rink throughout the season.

Volunteers are needed for the following community rinks:
  • Alton Community Rink
  • Caledon Village Community Rink
  • Humberview Secondary School
  • Inglewood Community Rink
  • Mono Mills Community Rink
  • Palgrave Community Rink
  • Valleywood Community Rink

Interested in volunteering? Fill out our Community Ice Rink Application form below by October 31, 2023, to be considered.
Community Ice Rink Application Form

Volunteer Responsibilities

The volunteers identified on the community ice rink application will operate, maintain and supervise the community ice rink throughout the ice season as agreed upon.

Volunteers will demonstrate the need for the community ice rink, be responsible for its upkeep, and coordinate its operation by:

  1. Consulting the community to assess interest.
  2. Contact and be prepared to provide the following information:
    • A minimum of six committed volunteers
    • One primary contact person
    • Location
    • Rink size
    • Planned schedule
    • Supervision of community ice rink
  3. Attend all training sessions as scheduled by Parks & Recreation department.
  4. Adhere to all policies and procedures as established.
  5. Regular inspection of ice surface.
  6. Regular (daily) maintenance of ice surface.
  7. Supervising ice surface during scheduled activities.
  8. Completion of all required documents determined by Parks & Recreation department.