April 14, 2019
Please remember to complete the registration form AND complete your membership with Roller Sports Canada BEFORE attending practice.
You can use the following useful links:
Cross your fingers, but tomorrow’s season opening practice is looking like it could be cancelled due to wet conditions. If the ground is still wet at noon time, I’ll make the decision to cancel because the track will remain wet with plenty of deep puddles that make skating there unsafe.
April 11, 2019
TISC’s outdoor skating season will begin Monday April 15th at 6pm, weather permitting, at the 400-meter track next to Father Redmond school near Lake Shore and Kipling. Details, info, and registration will soon be published.
April 2, 2019
Stay tuned from our season start up details. As soon as some behind-the-scenes logistics are in place, we’ll announce details for TISC’s 2019 season.
March 6, 2019
The next practice at the Scooter’s Roller Palace is scheduled for March 10th at 9:30am, doors open at 9am.
We need at least 7 skaters to go ahead with that practice. Please confirm with me at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook (or by phone if you have my # or in person) or via Instagram by Friday evening at 8pm, Please remember to register and to find all the details here.
I will announce if practice will happen or not on Friday night. I’ll do so by e-mail to all who are registered plus on the TISC site and the TISC Facebook page.
January 18, 2019
Winter skating at the Scooter’s Roller Palace is going to happen this year!! I managed to arrange for skating at Scooter’s on Sundays until the end of March. If you want to skate, please review the following information and complete & submit the following form before attending.
- WHEN: Sundays, starting January 27th, skating at 9:30am until the end of March- doors open at 9am
- HOW MUCH: $20 (cash) per session
- WHERE: Scooter’s Roller Palace– on Google Maps: 2105 Royal Windsor Dr, Mississauga, ON L5J 1K5
- EQUIPMENT: You need skates and a helmet the fits securely. It’s indoors, so skin suits are fine, but you might want to have a light jacket on hand as it can get slightly cool. Don’t forget your water bottles.
- WHO IS COACHING: Yours truly, Peter Doucet. If you want to help or you want to give me feedback & ideas, you can e-mail me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- HOW CAN I HELP: Please come early, as early as 9am, to help with cleaning the floor. With four volunteer, it will take us just under 40-minutes to get the floor clean and grippy! I hope to get into the rink by 8:45am to start setting up.
- WHAT WE WILL DO: Circle drills, passing drills, plenty of relays, speed intervals, how to skate in a group, efficient lines & track patterns, and more. Plus, let me know what you’d like to get our of the program. There will be a wide range in skill, ability, fitness, and experience of skaters, so we all have to do our best to be safe and allow everyone to benefit.
- WHAT DO I NEED TO DO BEFORE I SKATE? Please complete the following form which will have you skating as a Guest of TISC. You’ll be required to sign-in at every practice. I’ll have a sign-in sheet with pen with me.
- WHAT ABOUT CANCELLATIONS? I may have to cancel practice due to private bookings and movie shoots from time-to-time. I’ll contact everyone who has registered via e-mail and put a message on the TISC website, Facebook, and my own Social Media feeds to alert you. We’ll see if we can find a different time to skate if there is enough interest.
- SAFETY: Absolutely no water bottles in the skating area because spills take a long time to dry and make the floor unusable- keep your bottles on the wall near the chair. Stay alert and aware at all times- when entering the track, while skating, and when exiting the track. No personal audio devices. When being lapped, hold your line. When lapping others, please alert them and it is your responsibility to go around safely. I’ll have rags and vinegar for you to clean your wheels with as cleaner wheels will offer you a lot more traction.
- QUESTIONS? E-mail me at one of the two following addresses: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, find me on Instagram, find me on Facebook, and some of you have my phone # to text or call me.
In order to participate in the 2019 Winter skating at the Scooter’s Roller Palace, all applicants are required to complete the following. All components of registration MUST be completed online PRIOR to skating. This includes I) Guest Membership application, II) Waiver, III) agreeing to Equity, Climate, Governance, IV) payment,
- Review and agree to the Equity, Climate, Governance, Mission Statement, which outlines rules, expectations, conduct, equipment requirements, safety and more.
- Review and agree to TISC Guest Waiver.
- Complete the following Guest Membership application form for the applicant and all family members seeking to Guest Membership with the Toronto Inline Skating Club
November 22, 2018
If you’re interested in skating indoors this winter, if you want to get out of this awful cold and want to have wheels under your feet, please get in touch with me on Facebook, on Instagram, or by e-mail at email@example.com
Different options include Monday nights at Scooter’s in South Mississauga and Saturday mornings at Downsview near highway 401 and Keele.
Please get in contact with me over the next two weeks so I can figure out if indoor skating this year is possible, including figuring out costs, scheduling, and all those super interesting details!
November 7, 2018
Save the Date: The Toronto Inline Skating Club will hold its Annual General Meeting in conjunction with the Year End Party & Awards on Saturday December 8th 2018 at 4pm.
The party will feature a pot-luck (everyone brings some food). We ask that you RSVP (and include the number of guests that will attend). To confirm what you’ll bring as food and to RSVP, please use the Google Doc (use the tab at the bottom to switch between food list and RSVP list).
To make the Annual General Meeting accessible and ensure maximum attendance and participation, TISC’s Board of Directors decided to hold the Annual General Meeting in conjunction with the End of Year Party & Awards. The following documents will be used: