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McArthur Island Sports Centre, Kamloops

Week of June 11-17

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Inline Skating  

Monday 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Outside at McArthur Island. Please arrive by 5:45 and meet at the EQUIPMENT room to get geared up.

Please dress in athletic clothing, bring a water bottle, helmet and protective equipment (knee pads).


Tuesdays at Ralph Bell (1764 Valleyview Drive)

***Please note that there will be no dryland for Little Guys on June 12th****
Bigs 6:30 – 7:45

Cancellation notices due to weather conditions will be posted on Facebook and also sent by email if possible. Please check before leaving!

Skate Fittings

Our first ice session of the summer will be held on June 26, 2018. We will be holding two skate fitting sessions after inline on the following dates (before/during/after inline that evening):

June 11, 2018

June 18, 2018

Speedy Weekend 2018

We will be holding our summer camp July 27-29. Limited space, so don’t miss out, register now!

Jessica Hewitt coaching the skaters (Summer 2017).

Olympic medalist Jessica Hewitt will be returning to coach the skaters!

To register, please visit: Speed Weekend 2018 Registration

Please follow the event on Facebook for updates:


2018-2019 Season

Don’t forget to register before June 30th to take advantage of early bird pricing!

2018-2019 Registration Form

Program Fees 2018-2019

Code of Conduct – Athlete

Code of Conduct – Parents


Thank you to all of the skaters and families that helped out at our hot dog sale on Saturday. We made $827.95!

Have a great week!


Kamloops Long Blades skate and take part in dryland activities on the traditional lands of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc within Secwépemc’ulucw, the unceded territory of the Secwépemc people. We respect and acknowledge the Indigenous peoples of this land, known as Turtle Island, and thank them for allowing us to live, learn and manage our association on their territory
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