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SK8 GR8 Learn to Skate Program

Location
Located In Springhill
Where To Find Us Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre
6 Main Street
Springhill, NS
Canada B0M 1X0
Contact
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Website www.cumberlandcounty.ns.ca/dr-carson-and-marion-murray-community-centre.html
E-Mail mherrett@cumberlandcounty.ns.ca
Contact Michelle Herrett, Municipality of Cumberland; Phone: 9027633000
Description & Services
Information SK8 GR8 is a learn-to-skate/ developmental program instructed by a certified skating professional and volunteers. This program teaches beginner and intermediate fundamental movements and basic skills. 
 
Who: Ages 3 –12 
What: Learn to Skate Development Program 
Where: Richard Calder Area, Springhill 
When: Every Tuesday from 3:30-4:15 
For 8 weeks starting January 9th to February 27th  
Cost: $60.00/8 weeks 
Volunteers: Cumberland Blues players will be volunteering their time to support the program! 
 
CLICK HERE To Register OR call the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre at 763-3000 or you may come in and register during office hours Monday– Friday between 8:30-4:30pm
Special Information
Tags Fundy Connect ; Recreation Categories