Sooke’s worldclass skaters host SEAPARC family skate

Pilar and Leonardo Maekawa are hosting upcoming family skate at SEAPARC this coming Sunday, March 16, from 4 p.m. to 5:30.

Pilar and Leonardo Maekawa

Getting ready for the next Olympics will be the full-time job for Sooke skaters Pilar and Leonardo Maekawa.

Next week’s paper will feature a full length article on the sibling pair, but for now, they want you to know about an upcoming family skate at SEAPARC this coming Sunday, March 16, from 4 p.m. to 5:30.

The dynamic duo will be there to skate, dance, and sign autographs. It’s an opportunity for the many talented figure skaters in Sooke to meet and greet this professional pair. Admission is by donation.

You can also see the two perform in Aladdin, on March 22/23 at the Archie Browning Sports Centre in Esquimalt. Visit http://www.racquetclubofvictoria.com/for info.

 

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