Senior Skaters Earn Gold!


Hometown Holiday on Ice

Our skaters had a lot of fun sharing the spirit of the holidays with our family and friends during our Hometown Holiday on Ice showcase! Check out all the great photos.


Hometown Holiday on Ice!

Let us help you get into the holiday spirit!

Exeter Skating Club presents Hometown Holiday on Ice on Sunday, December 22, 2019 @ 6:30 p.m. at the South Huron Rec Centre in Exeter.
Admission by donation.
Bring your family and friends, and support your favourite skaters!


ExeterSC Skaters Shine!

Several ExeterSC competitive skaters really sparkled at the recent Super Series Stratford December Classic competition. They work very hard to prepare their programmes for competition, and we are very proud of their efforts. Keep up the great work skaters!


Star 1-5 Test Day!

Our ESC skaters received helpful feedback at the end of our recent Star 1-5 Test Day! They worked hard to prepare for their assessments and got important feedback to help them improve their skating. Well done, skaters!!


Jersey Night at ESC!

Check out our Club Calendar for future special events, and please follow us on our Twitter account @ExeterSC.


ESC Trick or Treaters!

ExeterSC skaters celebrate Hallowe’en!

October 2019

Reminder: CanSkate, Pre-Jr. and Jr. sessions are cancelled on October 31 so our younger skaters are able to enjoy trick or treating! Check out our club calendar for all special events this season!


Holiday Home Tour!

Tickets are now available for our 14th Annual Holiday Home Tour – November 8 and 9!


Welcome and Welcome Back!

Skaters were back on the ice on Monday to resume skating for the first night of the Fall/Winter season. Welcome to all our new skaters, and welcome back to all our skaters from last year! As you can see from the picture below, our Junior and Senior skaters were very happy to be back together and on the ice again for the start of another season!

30 SE 2019 First Night of Skating

Rowan’s Law

Skate Ontario’s Concussion Protocol requires that athletes under 26 and parents of athletes under 18 years of age must confirm that they have reviewed the Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resources below and Skate Ontario’s Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes and Parents/Guardians prior to registration and/or on the first day of skating.

Each and every family is required to sign the Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form prior to their skater entering the ice surface with no exceptions to this rule. It is a requirement of the skating club to police this policy and be prepared to present proof, if and when audited by the provincial government. 

For more information about Rowan’s Law and Skate Ontario’s Concussion Protocol, please check out our Rowan’s Law information page.