Weekend Lessons

Saturday Classes

Saturday class Dates: Nov. 11, 18, Dec. 2, 9, 16, Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27 and Feb. 3 make-up date if needed. Lesson start dates are tentative depending on roof completion.

Tots:  8:45 to 9:15         $75

This class is perfect for preschoolers (age 3-5). Skaters will receive 30 minutes of instruction and 10 minutes of free skate following class. Students must wear bike helmets and snow pants.

Skills – sit, standup, march in place, march forward, march and glide on two feet.

Pre Alpha: 9:30 to 10:00     $75        

Skills – one and two foot glides, backwards wiggles, forward and backward swizzles, forward stroking, forward crossovers, bunny hop, snowplow stop.

This class is for skater’s age 5+ who are new to skating. Class will cover basic skating skills with 30 minutes of instruction and 10 minutes free skate following class. . Students may wear helmets and ski pants for comfort and protection.

Alpha: 10:15 to 10:45      $75

Skills – 1 and 2 foot glides, backward wiggles, forward and backward swizzles, forward stroking and crossovers, bunny hop, snowplow and T-stops, letter D’s and pump stroking.

Designed for skaters with some experience who need to review and solidify their beginner skills before moving on to the next level. Skaters will receive 30 minutes of instruction with 10 minutes of free skate following class. Students may wear helmets and ski pants for comfort and protection.

Beta: 11 to 11:30     $75

Skills – forward and backward stroking, crossovers, and swizzle pumps on a circle; forward edges, open Mohawk, T-stop, moving 2 foot turns on a curve, backward stroking.

Building on solid beginner skills, these skaters will be introduced to more advanced and challenging moves.  Skaters will receive 45 minutes of instruction followed by 15 minutes of free skate.

Gamma/delta: 11:45 to 12:30       $80

Skills – forward 3-turn inside, forward and backward inside and outside edges, shoot the duck, forward inside pivot, one and two foot spins, spiral, waltz jump, ballet jump, lunge, forward spirals, left and right edges.

Building on solid intermediate skating skills, this class will challenge experienced skaters to higher levels of skill and form in their skating. 45 minutes of instruction time with 15 minutes of free skate.

Freestyle: 12:45 to 1:45       $85

Skills-  1 foot spin, forward and backwards spirals, lunges, forward and backward crossovers,  forward and backwards edges, 3-turns, waltz jump, 1/2 jumps, dance sequences and combination moves.

Sunday Classes

Hockey Clinic

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Clinic Dates: 12/3, 12/10, 12/17, 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, 2/4

1:00 to 3:00pm:     Cost $85   Instructor: Chris Hogan

Boys and girls ages 7 to 13.  Our purpose is to introduce the fun and thrill of skating and ice hockey to our participants in an organized, controlled manner with an emphasis on fun.  Many in our group have never skated before. We all fall down, but the difference is we have on pads. When we get up, we laugh and try again. We strive to keep our clinic cost low each year because we recognize that there are additional equipment purchases necessary to participate (i.e. helmet, pads, stick, tape, etc.)

Adult Learn to Skate – Sunday. 6-7 pm, Cost $85 Instructor: Kelly Gregory

Class Dates: Nov. 12, 19, Dec. 3, 10, 17, Jan. 7, 14, 21, and 28 Feb. 4 make-up date if needed

Do you find yourself bringing the kids to the rink wishing you could join in on the fun instead of standing around in the cold? This adult class will teach you the basic skating skills that will allow you to comfortably and confidently participate with your children on the ice. Take on a new challenge this winter and have fun doing it in this adult only learning opportunity. *Feel free to wear bike helmets and water resistant pants until you are comfortable and secure with your balance and skill on the ice.

Hone Your Skills Figure Skating; Adults only – Sunday 7-8 pm, Cost $85 Instructor: Kelly Gregory

Learn at your level.  Know how to skate but want to add some skills?  This class is for you.  Taught to the skills of the students and a great way to participate in the Ice Revue.