Summer 2022 Ice Skating
- Classes may be combined or cancelled at the discretion of management depending on enrollment.
- Make-Up Policy: One make-up class is allowed per session per skater. No make-ups are allowed during the first week of classes or the week of evaluations.
- Class Evaluations: We offer evaluations before the end of each session. Instructors will determine whether a student is ready for evaluation one week prior to testing. Evaluations are optional. Skaters ready to test will be notified by their class instructor or the Figure Skating Supervisor.
- Skating Class Attire/Equipment: Skaters should wear comfortable pants, a warm jacket or shirt and gloves or mittens. A thick, warm hat or a well-fitted helmet is recommended; a helmet is not required for skaters in figure skating classes. Figure skates are recommended for non-hockey classes, particularly in Snowplow Sam and Basic 1&2.
- Skate Rental: Skates are available for rent onsite at the Ice Rinks, for a discounted rate of $3.75 per class, or $25 for a coupon book that can be purchased at the Ice Rinks front office. Coupons are for class use only.
- 30-Minute Sessions: rates vary based on instructor
- Private Lessons are 1:1 student to instructor
- Semi-private lessons are 1:2 students to instructor
- Lessons are subject to ice and instructor availability - space may be limited
Click here to fill out the Private Lesson Request Form
Snowplow Sam 1
We introduce beginners with no previous instruction or experience to basic skills including falling, standing, marching and basic gliding. On-ice and off-ice instruction builds confidence. We recommend figure skates for this class; children in hockey skates must wear a hockey helmet with a face guard.
Snowplow Sam 2
Skaters in this next level learn moving dips, basic gliding, backward wiggles, forward swizzles, beginning snow plow stop motion, two-foot hop in place.
Snowplow Sam 3
Skaters learn forward skating, forward one-foot glide, forward swizzles, backward two-foot glide, backward swizzles, snowplow stop, two foot turn in place, two-foot hop in place. From Snowplow Sam 3, skater can advance to Basic 2 or Hockey 2.
Basic 1 Ice Skating
Beginners with no previous instruction or experience are introduced to basic skills including falling, standing, marching, dips, basic gliding, forward swizzles, rocking horse swizzle, and backward wiggles. On-ice and off-ice instruction builds confidence. We recommend figure skates for this class; children in hockey skates must wear a hockey helmet with a face guard.
Basic 2 Ice Skating
Skaters learn scooter pushes, one foot glides, backward swizzles, backward two foot glides, two-foot turns in place, and snowplow stop. Children in hockey skates must wear a hockey helmet with a face guard.
Basic 3 Ice Skating
Skaters learn beginning forward stroking, forward pumps on a circle, forward to backward two foot turns on a circle, backward one foot glides, backward snowplow stop, and forward slalom.