Parks and Recreation
NKCC March Break Schedule 2023
Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2023 02:54 PM
The 2023 NKCC March Break Schedule is available now! This might be your last chance for skating this season.
Please find the attached schedule for further information regarding free public skating, youth shinny, and figure skating ticket ice. The schedule also includes the NK Knight Hockey schedule over the March Break.
2023 NKCC March Break Schedule Poster
Holiday Season Public Skating
Posted on Tuesday, December 20, 2022 03:18 PM
There are plenty of Public Skating opportunities over the Holiday Season at the North Kawartha Community Centre. Please see our Holiday Season Public Skating Poster or Public Skating page for complete details.
NK Figure Skating Club Registration
Posted on Monday, September 12, 2022 01:45 PM
Hello North Kawartha Figure Skating Club Parents and Participants!
The 2022/23 NK Figure Skating Club season starts tomorrow, Tuesday, September 13th, and the in-person “General Registration And Meet The Coach Night” is tonight, Monday, September 12th from 5 to 7 pm.
You can wait until tonight, but as always if you can pre-register, that is even better. You can pick up, fill out, and drop off the forms at the NKCC, or download the form here or from the website.
Yuk Yuk's Comedy Night
Posted on Friday, August 05, 2022 01:46 PM
The 7th annual North Kawartha Figure Skating Club Fundraising Yuk Yuk’s Night!! Only $20 (in advance/$25 at the Door) per person for an evening of terrific entertainment! Doors open, refreshments and meals available at 6:30pm Show begins at 8 pm featuring 3 great comedians. Support the North Kawartha Figure Skating Club and have a great time! Age of majority event. Licensed under the L.L.B.O. Tickets available at the NKCC
COVID-19 Update #40
Posted on Tuesday, March 01, 2022 04:40 PM
Public Notice: The Roadmap to Re-opening
As of 12:01 am on Tuesday, March 1st, the province of Ontario implemented the next step in “The Roadmap to Re-opening”, which is dictated by O. Reg 364/20 Schedule 4&5. This means many common place public health measures will no longer be a requirement, including proof of vaccination for patrons. The repeal of these measures signals that we have reached a turning point in this pandemic, such that our health system is not at risk of being overwhelmed....