Due to the ongoing COVID-19 VIRUS we will not be able to finish the Fall and Winter season that was supposed to end on April 25th, as per information received from the City of Richmond Hill all facilities will be closed to May 31st, for the health and safety of all. Moving forward a credit will be given for sessions missed during the closure from March 23rd to April 25th, 2020 if your membership was paid in full. Please note if there is a balance outstanding from the 2019/2020 season that will have to be paid for the sessions you have used up to and including March 11th, 2020. If you had paid for the March Break that will be refunded or a credit will be issued to use at a later date.
Due to the fact that we do not have access to the office please give us some time to process the credit, phone calls are not recommended as the office will be closed until further notice. Updates will be provided as to when the arena will be up and running as information is received from the City of Richmond Hill, and the training centre hours of operation. We look forward to seeing you when this crisis is over. Stay strong and healthy!
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RTC is Back On Ice! Richmond Training Centre is thrilled to be back on home ice starting on September 8th, for the Fall of 2020! Learn to Skate will be announced at a later date! See schedule and registration information under Programs & Fees menu! The health and safety of our coaches and members are very important to us! RTC is committed to follow all Return To Play protocols, Province of … Continue Reading
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19th RTC Gala RTC 19th Annual “Spring into the Future” Gala at the Oakview Terrace Reception Centre – Congrats to all Award Nominees and Winners! Click here to watch pics from the 19th RTC Gala: Skaters, Friendship, Coaches, Mayor, Respect, Officials, Parents, Guests, Dance
Skate Sharpening at RTC Why is it important to have a quality skate sharpening? Prevents fall and injuries Helps the skater grip the ice Gives the skater more control and agility over their edges Gives the athlete a better opportunity to perform the skills on their stages Prevents rust build-up Here at RTC we understand the difference between figure skating and hockey sharpening. In our Pro Shop we have the required equipment and expertise … Continue Reading