- Titled “50 is Golden,” the Club’s 50th ice show will take place May 12 and 13, 2023, at the Stouffville Arena.
- Bullet Point News sat down with Club President Krista Beatty, Director and Coach Liaison Jodi Harker, and skater Nauka Mistry to learn more.
- The Stouffville Skating Club is a non-profit, volunteer organization founded in 1952 and is one of the original Skate Ontario clubs.
- “Anyone who grew up in Stouffville has learned to skate at the Stouffville Skating Club,” Beatty told us.
- The show will include numerous performances from over 100 skaters aged five to 18, including solo and group routines. “It’s going to be a lot of fun,” Harker proclaimed.
- The program book will highlight some historic moments from the Club’s past to help celebrate their 50 years of ice shows, and there will be a ceremony involving past skaters and coaches.
- Mistry will be part of four performances and hopes the show inspires others to learn to skate and join the Club.
- “It’s a great way for the community to come out and see what the Stouffville Skating Club is all about,” Beatty said. “We have some very good skaters and it will be a fantastic show.”
- There are three shows taking place over the two day schedule, and tickets can be purchased here.
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