Interested in Lessons?

Under 16? Want to learn to rollerskate? Here’s how you can get rolling!


We offer term-based rollerskating courses for ages 6 – 16 years for all skater abilities.

Terms: Fall 2023- September to December – Registration open now

Winter 2024- January to March – Registration opens Nov 1st, 2023

Spring 2024- April to June – Registration opens Feb 15th, 2024

Sundays starts Sep 17 Tuesdays starts Sep 19 Wednesdays starts Sep 20
10 – 11 am – Kids Ages 6-8 (WAITLIST)
4 – 5 pm – Kids Ages 6-8
4 – 5 pm – Youth Ages 8-12
11 am – 12 pm – Youth Ages 8-12
5 – 6 pm – Youth Ages 8-12 (WAITLIST)
5 – 6 pm – Teens Ages 13-16+
12 – 1 pm – Junior Dance*
6 – 7 pm – Junior Roller Derby*
6:30 – 8 pm – Junior SkatePark*


If your desired day/program is full please get in touch to be added to the waitlist! Email hello @

Programs marked with * denote our Junior Athlete programs which are only available to more experienced skaters. Assessments are included with the regular program.

View our Kids, Youth and Teens Cancellation Policy here 

Camp programs

Youth Rollerskating Camps

>>>> Check back for Spring Break and Summer day camps <<<<

Full day rollerskating camps 9am-3pm for ages 8-13yrs.  Camp will be split into new skaters learning skills for the first time and experienced skaters who want to stay active and challenged. Rollerskate rentals included. 

Just want to skate?

Not quite ready to commit to a term-based program? Check out these other ways your family can Roll With us!

* Come party at a Saturday Skate Night session. Great for birthdays! Advance tickets required – purchase here.

* Already know how to skate and want to practice your moves? We now have an Family Open Skate Session on Sunday afternoons. Grab a Sunday Punch Card (no drop ins). *Note Holiday weekend schedules may differ.  More info here.

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What equipment do I need?

We have rollerskates, knee pads and wrist guards available for you to borrow (no extra charge). Please bring your own helmet (a bike helmet works great!). If you’ve got your own gear, by all means bring it. You should wear comfortable clothing you don’t mind sitting on the floor in or getting your sweat on!

Can I use inlines/rollerblades?

We do not teach inline skating skills – our teachers are quad skate experts! All classes and memberships include free quad skate rentals.

Inline skates/rollerblades are welcome at our weekend events – Saturday Skate Nights and All Ages Open Skates.

Do you rent equipment?

You can borrow our rollerskates and protective gear during your classes or events, free of charge! Everyone is in charge of their own helmet. Bike helmets work great.

Where can I buy skates?

If you’re in the Vancouver area, please visit – they are our local skate shop, and Canada’s oldest! They will take very good care of you.

What age can I start?

Our Kids, Youth and Teens Programs start at 6 years old and up.

Are kids/youth/teens programs only for girls?

Rolla Skate Club welcomes all genders! We ask for pronouns when we meet you.

Assessments for Junior Athlete Programs?

We require our skaters to pass certain assessment levels in order to be safe skating in our more advanced programs. Most students start with the regular program first but if your child already has skating experience just register them for the program they’re interested in and we’ll perform an assessment at their first class. 

The safety and enjoyment of our students are our highest priorities, we may need to move your child into the class that best fits their skill level.