Classes: Mondays 5-6 pm, Fridays 4-5 pm
& Saturdays 2-3
Session 2 November 8-December 20,2021
Session 3 January 10-Febuary 28,2022( No class 2/21)
Session 4 March 7- April 25,2021 (No class 4/11)
Session 2 November 5 - December 17, 2021 (No Class 11/26)
Session 3 January 7 - February 25, 2022 (No Class 2/4)
Session 2 November 6- December 18, 2021
Session 3 January 15-Febuary 26, 2022 ( No Class 2/5)
Session 4 March 5-April 23 (No class 3/26 & 4/16)
Inclement Weather/Class Cancellations:
Cancellations will be posted here 2 hours prior to class
Basic Skills Classes
These classes are for the beginner skaters with some skating experience. They will work on basic skating techniques, spins, & hops. The Skating level is Learn to Skate USA Basic 1-Basic 4.
Aspire Program Classes
These classes are for skaters who are starting to work on 1 foot spins & beginning jumps through advanced spins & Axel jump. The focus of these classes is to build a strong skating foundation so that a skater can easily transition to different disciplines & higher levels of skating within USFSA . The Aspire Program levels are Learn to Skate USA Basic 5 - Freeskate 6.
For anyone 15 and up who would like to learn how to skate, coming back to skating, or who wants to improve their skills. Learn to Skate USA Beginner -Advanced. These classes focus on beginner skating to pre-jump/pre-spin levels.
Classes are 30 mins long with 30 mins of practice ice.
Make sure to arrive 15-20 minutes early to allow enough time to check in and get skates before the start of class
The rink is cold inside, we recommend hat/helmet,gloves,& coat. Skaters should wear clothes that they are able to move and stretch in comfortably.
Helmets are required for skaters under the age of 6 & are highly recommended for all beginner skaters.
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