Learn To Skate – Summer – 2017
Learn To Skate classes are for anyone looking to play hockey, figure skate, or learn the basics of recreational skating. Each class is a half hour long and each session runs for eight weeks but you can choose your days to fit your summer schedule! Cost for the eight week session is $170, sign up by July 10th and receive a $10 discount. All skaters must be registered with USFSA. An $18 annual registration fee will apply. The Learn to Skate Spring session will begin on Wednesday July 12th and Sunday July 16th. All dates are listed below.
Snow Plow Sam
The Snowplow Sam levels are designed to help the preschool (3-6 years old) skater develop preliminary coordination and strength to maneuver on the ice. Time with Snowplow Sam will allow preschool children to become comfortable on the ice.
Wednesday Dates and Times
Summer 8 Week Schedule – 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30
Snow Plow Sam 1-4
Freestyle Clinic (5:00-6:00pm)
The “Basic Skills” are the fundamentals of the sport and is for skaters 7-14 years old. These eight levels of the program introduce the fundamental moves – forward skating, backward skating, stops, crossovers and turns. Upon completion of the basic 1-6 levels, skaters will have the basic knowledge of the sport enabling them to advance to the more specialized areas of skating – free skating, dance, pairs and synchronized skating.
Sunday Dates and Times
Summer 8 Week Schedule – 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6, 8/13, 8/20, 8/27
Snow Plow Sam 1-4
Teen / Adult 1-4
The Teen/Adult Learn To Skate program is for skaters 13 years and up who wish to learn how to skate or improve their basic skating skills. Instructors encourage the development of balance, coordination, mobility and other basic skills at a comfortable pace for each individual. Classes will be divided by ability and/or age if possible.
Each Free Skate 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.