Please note that there will not be any skating sessions this week at the Glacier from Wed - Sat due to the Home Show being hosted at the Glacier this weekend. Rink preparation is beginning at both rinks on Tuesday evening. While we were aware of the Home Show this weekend; we were not aware of the impact the set up would have to our ice schedule for this week until very recently. The club is looking into alternative ice time availability in lieu of the cancelled sessions. Once that is known, an update will be provided.
All sessions are cancelled for Monday, February 25, 2019 due to the impending weather.
Results from this past weekend's Provincial's are now posted under the Honour Roll section above.
Open Starlites head to the Skate Canada National Synchronized Skating Championships in Waterloo ON this weekend
Following a gold medal performance at the Atlantic Canadian Regional Championships earlier this month, the Mount Pearl-Paradise Open Starlites synchro team will compete at the Skate Canada National Synchronized Skating Championships February 22-24, 2019 in Waterloo, ON.
Shine Bright Starlites!
This past weekend MPPSC received the Chapman Trophy award - this goes to the club accumulating the most points at Provinicials. Well done to all of our skaters who competed!
Jaide Russell received the Balish Cup award, which is presented to the Most Artistic Skater. Congratulations, Jaide!
Hundreds of skaters, parents, coaches and skating fans gathered in Gander February 15, 16 & 17 for the 50th Anniversary Skate Canada NL Provincial Skating Championships. Having earned the opportunity to compete at Provincials through their respective Divisional event or the Skate Canada NL Sectional Skating Championships many skaters earned championship titles or skated personal bests. For some categories, many skaters qualified for the Atlantic Canadian Championships that will be held in Nova Scotia March 30 & 31, 2019. This grassroots level competition is the most important event of the ye...
Preparations for this years ice show are well underway and at this point most CanSkaters have been measured during their regular sessions.
For any skaters not measured the seamstress will be available Saturday February 23rd from 9am - 12pm in the Glacier Rink 1 Viewing Room to take measurements. That date will also be the final date to pass in completed registration forms and make payments. EMT payments can be made to email@example.com
⛸️The Mount Pearl-Paradise Skating Club would like to send Abby Pace and Katie Slaney Good Luck wishes as they head off to represent TEAM NL at the 2019 Canada Winter Games taking place in Red Deer, Alberta.
Abby Pace is a grade 11 student at Holy Heart High School. She is excited to be travelling to Red Deer to compete in the Pre-Novice Women’s category. Abby has had a great season so far winning the 2018 Skate Canada NL Sectional Championships where she earned her spot on the 2019 Canada Games Team. At the 2019 Sectional event Abby was also the recipient of the most outstanding performance a...
Note for Skaters taking part in Provincials: There will be ice time available this Sunday, February 10th in Paradise between 1:30 and 3:30 pm.
Following a gold medal performance at the Elizabeth Swan Memorial Synchro Skate in Clarenville, NL last weekend, along with being the inaugural winners of the Fitzpatrick’s Feather, the Mount Pearl-Paradise Open Starlites synchro team win the Atlantic Canadian Regional Championships.
The Regional Synchronized Skating Championships are held annually in five regions across the country. Each Region is made up of Sections specific to their geographical location. The Atlantic Region includes the New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador Sections. There is no qua...