75th anniversary celebrated by Lindsay Skating Club with special guests

By Lindsay Advocate

Olympic skaters Kristen Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro.

The Lindsay Skating Club is celebrating a major milestone with some Olympic-level talent.

In honour of their 75th anniversary, the club will hold a gala featuring Olympic skaters Kristen Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro. 

Established in 1961, the Lindsay Skating Club has been a long-standing fixture in the area, teaching children and adults the basic and advanced art of skating, and to encourage skating for sport and pleasure.

To commemorate their diamond anniversary, the club is celebrating with a showcase demonstrating local talent. As well, special guests Kristen Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro, Canadian international pairs medalists and Olympians in 2018 and 2022, will also perform on the ice.

The ice show will take place Sunday April 2 at 1 pm. Tickets are available through the Lindsay Skating Club at ; adults $15 and children 6-12 are $5.


  1. Maria Bennett (nee Verwey) says:

    How wonderful to celebrate such a milestone . I was one of the early members around 1962-63. Does that mean the club was started about 60 years ago?

    • Ann-Marie Carruth says:

      actually began in 1947, I am working on the program and wonder if you have skating photos from the 60s

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