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Spring 2017 Learn to Skate


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Saturday: April 29, May 6, 13, 20 NO CLASS MAY 27, June 3, 10, 17, 24

Sunday: April 30, May 7, 14, 21 NO CLASS MAY 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25

General Information:

For more detailed information, please visit our Learn to Skate Page!

The U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills program was created to be the best beginning ice-skating program in the world. It is designed to serve the needs of both recreational and competitive skaters. The curriculum keeps skaters enthusiastic about learning from the time they begin lessons until the time they reach their goals. Whether they want Olympic fame or to simply enjoy the recreational benefits of skating, the Basic Skills Program is the place to start!

All skaters must be registered for USFSA. If a student has never been registered through our Learn to Skate program they must answer the question above with “no” and pay the addition $15 fee. The USFSA membership requires annual renewal in July.

The Snowplow Sam levels are designed to help the preschool-age (3 to 5) skater develop preliminary coordination and strength to maneuver on the ice. Snowplow Sam is a big, fuzzy polar bear who loves to skate. Time with Snowplow Sam will allow preschool children to become comfortable on the ice.

The “Basic Skills” are the fundamentals of the sport. These eight levels of the program introduce the fundamental moves: forward skating, backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, turns and Mohawks. Upon completion of the Basic 1-8 levels, skaters will have a basic knowledge of the sport, enabling them to advance to more specialized areas of skating.

Each Freestyle level is divided into four sections: moves in the field, spins, dance/footwork sequence and jumps. The Free Skate levels are designed to give skaters a strong foundation on which to build their skills. This is the point where the skater can choose whether to pursue a recreational or competitive approach to the sport of figure skating.

The Adult curriculum is designed for the beginner adult skater. It will promote physical fitness and improve balance and coordination while teaching proper skating techniques. Divided into six levels, adult skaters will progress at an individual rate while being challenged and motivated. This is an exciting new program for people who look to skating as an enjoyable part of  a fit and healthy lifestyle.

***Class offering & times subject to change or cancellation based on enrollment***

Additional information

Day, Level, & Time

Saturday – Snow Plow 1 – 1:15pm, Sunday – Snow Plow 1 – 1:15, Saturday – Snow Plow 2 – 1:15pm, Sunday – Snow Plow 2 – 1:15, Saturday – Snow Plow 3 – 1:15pm, Sunday – Snow Plow 3 – 1:15pm, Satuday – Snow Plow 4 – 1:15pm, Sunday – Snow Plow 4 – 1:15pm, Saturday – Basic 1 – 1:45pm, Sunday – Basic 1 – 1:45pm, Saturday – Basic 2 – 1:45pm, Sunday – Basic 2 – 1:45pm, Saturday – Basic 3 – 1:45pm, Sunday – Basic 3 – 1:45pm, Saturday – Basic 4/5 – 1:45pm, Saturday – Basic 6/PreFreeskate – 1:45pm, Sunday – Basic 4 – 1:45pm, Saturday – Basic 5 – 1:45, Sunday – Basic 5 – 1:45pm, Saturday – Basic 6/Pre-Freeskate, Sunday – Basic 6 – 1:45pm, Sunday – Freeskate Clinic – 1:45pm, Sunday – Pre-Freeskate – 1:15pm, Saturday – Hockey 1 (7yrs & up) – 1:45pm, Saturday – Hockey 1 (4 to 6yrs) – 1:15pm, Saturday – Adult – 1:15pm, Sunday – Adult – 1:15pm, Sunday – Hockey 1 (4 to 6yrs) – 1:15pm, Sunday – Hockey 1 (7yrs & up) – 1:45pm

Are you USFSA registered for the 2015/2016 season?

Yes, No

Do you need skate rentals?

No, Yes ($35)


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