Free skate day

The Terrace Skating Club (TSC) will be hosting its “Come Skate With Us” on September 29 at the Terrace sportsplex.

The Terrace Skating Club (TSC) will be hosting its “Come Skate With Us” on September 29 at the Terrace sportsplex.

The event is free and aimed at promoting skating in the community.

Amateur skaters and TCS coaches will be on the ice giving skating lessons.

This is the first year that the event will cater to preschool children.

Prizes will be given out to participants, as well as a $50 credit towards the Terrace Skate Club Can Skate 2011/2012 season.

For those without equipment, there will be a limited number of skates and helmets on hand to rent from the arena for $2 – $3.

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