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Dear families, 

Mark your calendars for June 10th, 2023!

Please RSVP to by May 31st confirming your attendance, so we can plan for the number of attendees.



PA Training (for all current and new PAs!): 11 am - 1 pm

AGM (for all IESC parents; mandatory for StarSkater and PreStarSkater parents!): 12:15 pm - 1 pm

StarSkate Awards & PA Recognition Event (for StarSkaters and PreStarSkaters; lunch for skaters): 1 pm - 2 pm

Please see below for additional details.


PA Training:

Who: All current and new PAs from StarSkate and PreStarSkate (StarSkate Group) who are 7 or older or coach approved  

What: CanSkate Program Assistant Training on the ice 

Where: Chestermere Rec Center, Blue Arena

When: Saturday, June 10, 11 am - 1 pm

Why: With your experience comes more training, more responsibilities and more growth. Come grow as a person and a leader while having fun with your friends! 
What to bring: Skates and warm clothes

Who: All IESC parents. Mandatory for StarSkate and PreStarSkate (StarSkate Group) parents! 

What: Annual General Meeting

Where: Chestermere Rec Center, Main Hall

When: Saturday, June 10, 12:15 pm - 1 pm

Why: Reflect on the past year of operation and discuss the board's plans for the upcoming season. We are also looking for parent volunteers to join our small board and contribute to our club's success and vibrancy of our skating community!

StarSkate Awards & PA Recognition Event:

Who: All StarSkaters and PreStarSkaters (StarSkate Group) and their parents

What: Awards Ceremony 

Where: Chestermere Rec Center, Main Hall

When: Saturday, June 10, 1 pm - 2 pm

Why: Recognize the skaters' achievements with awards and certificates and PA gifts. Our skaters have been training hard, working hard and helping with the CanSkate program. Now is the time to acknowledge their milestones and accomplishments!


Ice Edge Skating Club is excited to offer 5 weeks of Sr. and Jr. StarSkate summer camp running Monday to Thursday (note the 3-day week due to the holiday):


July 10 - 13

July 17 - 20

July 24 - 27

July 31 - Aug 3

Aug 8 - 10 (3 Day Week)


STAR Summer Camp is open to Senior and Junior Star Skaters. 


The daily schedule will be as follows for StarSkaters:

8:15-8:25am - Warm Up

8:45-11:15 - On Ice

11:30-12:30 - Dryland Training

12:30-1:30 (Wednesdays only) - Lecture 


The daily schedule will be as follows for Pre - StarSkate Group:

9:45-11:15am - On Ice

11:30am-12:30pm - Dryland Training

12:30-1:30 (Wednesdays only) - Lecture


The Summer Camps 2023 are being subsidized this year by IESC to give back to the membership for past fundraising efforts. Non-members do not receive a subsidy but will receive the multi-product discount.  

Payment by installments is also available at check out with 50% due at registration and one payment for remainder due Monday, June 26th, 2023.


Multi-Product Discount of 10% for registering for 2 or more weeks of Summer Camps 2023 and 15% for registering for 3 or more weeks of Summer Camps 2023. In order to qualify for discount, you must register for all summer camps at one time/one invoice and be completed by Monday, June 12th, 2023. 


Lessons for skaters are included with registration fee this year.  There will be no additional coaching invoices for STARskaters during Summer Camps 2023.  


Calling all Hockey and Ringette Players! Summer Camp Registration for our Hockey and Ringette Skating Skills Summer Camps are now open!

 Summer Camps for Hockey and Ringette Skating Skills will have a max of 15 players for each camp and will run on FULL ICE coached by our very own Coach Candice Campbell - Behm! Dates as follows:

 July 25 - 27 from 7:30am - 8:30am

August 15 - 17 from 3:45pm - 4:45pm

August 29 - 31 from 3:15pm - 4:15pm

Register Here

Multi-Product Discount of 5% for registering for 2 or more weeks of Summer Camps 2023 and 10% for registering for 3 weeks of Summer Camps 2023. In order to qualify for discount you must register for all Summer Camps at one time/one invoice and you must register by May 31st, 2023 at midnight.

Skate Canada Membership 2022-2023 fee of $43.65 will be added at checkout. You will have already purchased this membership if you skated with Ice Edge Skating Club from September 1, 2022 to present. 

Payment by installments is also available at check-out with 40% due at registration followed by two payments of 30% each due June 16th and July 15th respectively.

IESC requires a minimum number of registrations to run this program failing which we may be forced to cancel this session.

Program Information:

 A CSA approved hockey helmet is required and kids MUST wear full hockey/ringette gear and bring a stick.  In the summer FULL hockey gear is required because we use black pucks and rings. 

 Participants must be 6 years of age or older and at a minimum be able to skate forward and backwards and have played at least one year of a registered Hockey or Ringette Canada program. This is not a beginner Hockey Program but a program designed to work with hockey and ringette players who want to improve their skating skills. 

Those wanting to learn to skate to go on to play hockey or ringette should sign up for CANSkate in the fall and work through badges 1,2 & 3 including ribbons in control, balance and agility in Canskate before entering this program. Ice Edge Skating Club will be offering the CANSkate program in the Fall and Winter 2023/2024 season.    

Hockey/Ringette Skills is a technical instructional power skating program geared to hockey and ringette skaters that focuses on balance, power, agility, speed, and endurance while working on the fundamentals of skating go forwards, go backwards, stop, turn, jump and spin. Skills, techniques, and conditioning drills are taught in a progressive format that emphasizes how the skills apply to game situations. Sessions are designed to accommodate skaters at different levels as the groups are small and the skaters work to their level in the group being given modifications. Lots of feedback and coaching is given during each session.

Coach Information:

The classes will be taught by coach Candice Campbell-Behm who has been a professional skating coach since 1998. She is working on her Masters in Science majoring in exercise science and sports psychology.  She holds a Bachelor of Science degree, a physical education diploma and personal fitness trainer certificate. 

Candice is a National certified coach with Skate Canada, mentor coach and Chartered Professional Coach with Coaching Canada and has coached Internationally, Nationals, Provincials, the AB Winter Games, and a team lead for Western Canadians. Candice is also a personal fitness trainer at the Glencoe Club since 2000.  She has won awards from Skate Canada and Skate Alberta and been a presenter at various high performance conferences. Candice coach(ed) in community, hockey schools and various academies, teams, and professional programs around the Calgary area.  

Candice specializes in skating skills, edge work and agility and has mentored off coaches who were former players from various NHL teams. Her eye for the mechanics and edges forms from her years of being a competitive athlete and over 25 years of coaching experience. 

Candice works with players ranging from Learn to Skate to Pro Players and has over 4000 hours of experience with preschool aged children which has helped her design a program that effectively teaches the fundamental and attended hockey camps and clinics around the world.  She believes eventually fast forward skating catches up to a player and learning weight transfer and correct balance points on the blades is essential to be a stronger skater. What separates a great hockey player from a good hockey
player is skating skills.

Candice believes:
- skating skills should always be worked on throughout the periodization of a hockey player's training;
- in helping athletes achieve their goals in a positive and safe environment that pushes the athlete to become the best version of them self. 

 Additionally, Candice sat on the community of practice for Safe Sport Canada and anti-racism in sport. Candice has volunteered with Community hockey as the Timbits coordinator and for 6 years with Novice to Pee Wee evaluations. She has been a league chair with Hockey Calgary for 3 years, with the Macs Midget for 2 years and the Canada Games.

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