The Trenton Figure Skating Club has been a member of Skate Canada Eastern Ontario since 1957, and is proud to call the Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens home. We are looking forward to another successful season for all our skaters - Pre-Canskate through to Gold Level.

A child’s participation in skating is important given its potential to improve physical fitness and confidence through learning skills and successes, promote fair play and to start lifetime interests, social skills and positive approach to competition.  Through participation in figure skating children can have fun, develop new skills, make new friends, feel good about themselves and experience personal growth.

  • Four Canadian Synchronized Skating Teams headed to 2020 Leon Lurje Trophy
    OTTAWA, ON: Four Canadian synchronized skating teams are headed to the 2020 Leon Lurje Trophy in Gothenburg, Sweden from January 23-25, 2020. The event is an annual ISU (International Skating Union) sanctioned synchronized skating competition. Canada will be represented by two junior teams, Nova junior and Ice Ignite, and two senior teams, NEXXICE and Nova.
  • Canadians graze the podium at international synchronized skating competition
    ZAGREB, Croatia - Gold Ice from Brampton, Ont., produced the third best free program but it wasn’t enough to reach the podium in junior competition this weekend at the Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy synchronized skating competition. Fintastic from Finland took the gold with 198.29 points followed by Lexettes from the U.S., at 172.15, their compatriots Team
  • Skate Canada names teams for 2020 ISU Championships
    MISSISSAUGA, ON: After completion of the 2020 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships, Skate Canada has named the team for the upcoming ISU Championships. The week-long championships were held in Mississauga, ON at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre from January 13-19, 2020. 2020 ISU WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS MONTREAL, CANADA – MARCH 16-22, 2020 MEN TBD*
  • Three new champions crowned at 2020 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships
    MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier reached new heights in ice dancing, Roman Sadovky upset two veterans and it was a teenage medal sweep in the women's event Saturday at the 2020 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships. Only Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro were able to successfully defend their national title winning pairs.