Ice Skating Lessons

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Early Registration Periods:
Early Spring Jan 17-Feb 9

Spring Jan 17-Mar 30

Fees increase $25 after 2/13, 3/30
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"Elizabeth was never on ice skates until her first lesson/session with Coach Pat's group. A few years later she's in level 5 and now will be trying speed skating...unbelievable! I can't say enough nice things about the Intro to Ice Skating program -- sincerely. Thank you and your crew for everything all of you do to make learning to ice skate so much fun."

Craig Bourquin

Program Information:

  • Class times will be determined by the # of participants we receive for each level
  • We will be offering a 15 minute warmup before lesson and a 15 minute practice afterward. 
Ages:3 and up (Adults Included)
Early Spring Dates:2/5-4/2 (no 2/19, 2/22) 
Early Spring Times
(Select One):
Tues 4:45-6:15pm
Sat 11:15am-12:45pm
Spring Dates:4/5-5/17 (no 4/19)
Spring Times:Tues 4:45-6:15pm
*Days, times and rink subject to change
Location:Weibel & Vernon Ice Rinks
30 Weibel Avenue

Fees (Register early to reserve a spot and save!):

Fees:City $65Non-City $  85
Fees (after 2/9, 3/30):City $90Non-City: $110

Skate Rentals:

Per Class:$  5
Per Session Punch Card:$25

Related and Additional Information

Coordinator: Jill Ramos - USFS Quadruple Gold Medalist/Over 25 years experience
Instructors:   Amanda Shelburne - Regional and National Coach/PSA Master Rated
                       Pat Kenkel - Regional and National Coach/Over 25 years experience
                       Kelsey Clechenko - Over 8 years experience
                       Gwen Craig - Over 9 years experience

Program Highlights:
  • Introduces participants to the exciting world of ice skating
  • Provides opportunity to build upon skills already learned
  • Level based system of teaching provides clear path to advancement
  • Classes grouped by age and ability and will consist of a 15 min warmup, 30 min group lesson and a 15 min practice
  • Instructors have many years experience teaching and emphasize fun and safety while providing proper technique in ice skating basics
  • A responsible adult must accompany beginning skaters on the ice and be available to assist instructors. Adults do not need to wear skates
  • Bike, ski or hockey helmets are mandatory for all participants
  • Only Single blade skates allowed
  • Figure skates are HIGHLY recommended for all beginners, both boys and girls. Figure skates have a flatter blade compared to hockey skates and so are easier for beginners to learn balance on the ice.
  • Please dress yourself and your skater accordingly with outdoor winter clothing (snow pants, jacket, mittens/gloves)
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