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AlexaAlexa Janes, representing Saugeen Shores Skating Club, during her performance to “Be Italian” at Ice Dreams held at the Plex January 20 and 21.

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Nearly 200 skaters were on point as Saugeen Shores hosted Ice Dreams, a Skate Ontario sanctioned competition, for the first time since 2015. Multiple forms of skating from Freestyle to Interpretive to Showcase were executed by 190 skaters in front of crowds and judges during the two-day competition January 20 and 21.

The event included a CanSkate circuit course on the second day of competition, which Saugee Shores Skating Club Coach Janet Dawson said gives younger skaters the chance to perform in front of crowds. “Their first taste of competition,” said Dawson.

Skaters from 17 skating clubs from as far north as Lion’s Head and as far east as Wasaga Beach joined the 30 skaters from Saugeen Shores.

Ashleigh WasagaSkater Ashleigh Cavill from Wasaga Beach Skating Club during her Celtic routine at Ice Dreams, January 20.

JensynJensyn Sproat from the Saugeen Shores Skating Club during her spirited Showcase routine at Ice Dreams, January 20.

RyleeFour year old Rylee Simmonds channeled her inner emoji for her Showcase routine at Ice Dreams.

FentonJacqueline Fenton of Saugeen Shores during her ’60s inspired Interpretive routine to “Feel it Still” at Ice Dreams, January 20.

H MeyerHanna Meyers of Saugeen Shores showed off her skills during her La La Land inspired routine at Ice Dreams.

star show case warmupUp and coming skating stars from Saugeen Shores, Tara and Kincardine warming up before their Showcase skate at Ice Dreams, January 20.

CianaChef Ciana Kreller had the recipe for cuteness during her performance at Ice Dreams, January 20.

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