All CFSA skaters are invited to take part in the St. Patrick’s Day Parades in Cork City and in Ballincollig. The only requirement is to wear your CFSA jacket or t-shirt (with lots of layers underneath!), to smile and have fun!
Starting time will be 1.00 for Cork city and 3.00 for Ballincollig. More details to follow.
Please send me a quick email or text if your child is going to take part.
The new term (1st February – 30th June) is now starting.
Fees as follows:
Skating Fees 2017
Hours of training per week Fees per 5-month term
1 € 190 (€150 if own skates)
2 € 320 (€280 if own skates)
3 € 435 (€395 if own skates)
10% Discount for 3rd and 4th family member
Ballet and athletic classes will be charged separately (€5 per class or €20 per month)
ARSI membership and Insurance (if not already paid in September): €15
- Pay online now. Click here to pay your fees with PayPal.
You will be re-directed to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, you will be given the option to pay by credit card.
- All cash or cheques payable to CFSA in an envelope with your name, days and times of your classes please.
Some of you may have been told that there is no training in Little Island this Sunday 29th. That was an error, and inline training will take place as normal.
Apologies for the misunderstanding
Training schedule during the holidays will be as follows:
WED 21st: classes as normal
THU 22nd: classes as normal
FRI 23rd: ICE only as per Sunday class time (instead of Sunday 25th) (8.00am or 9.00am) – no inline classes (if you normally train on Fridays or Sundays please feel free to come on Wed 21st (6.30 or 7.30) or Thu 22nd (5.00 or 6.00) instead
SUN 25th – Christmas Day: off
MON 26th: off
WED 28th: classes as normal
THU 29th: classes as normal
FRI 30th: ICE as per Sunday class time (instead of Sunday 1st January); INLINE in the morning as per normal Sunday class time (10.30 and 11.30); INLINE in the evening as normal
SUN 1st Jan: off
MON 2nd: NO ICE at 1.00-2.00; normal INLINE practice in the evening
WED 3rd: classes resume as normal