QCFSC Learn to Skate Group Lessons will begin Tuesday, August 16th, 2016 at 6pm – To schedule an individual lesson please contact one of our Professional Staff
Learn to Skate Group Classes: Join in the Fun
Our Learn to Skate Classes are part of the U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program. The Basic Skills program is designed by U.S. Figure Skating to be the best beginning ice skating program that is fun, challenging, and rewarding. Each session includes: lessons, skate rental, and practice ice. It’s never too late to learn to skate! We offer classes for all ages and skills levels. See above for detailed information on session information and pricing. Contact email@example.com with any questions or to register.
Are you already a skater? Then enhance your skating skills! Queen City offers specialty classes that focus on skills such as jump techniques, spins, moves, intro to dance and transitions. Both high and low level classes will be offered, to provide a wide range of skill instruction (minimum attendee requirements must be met).
Where: Northland Ice Center
Time: Tuesdays 6:10-6:40PM (5 minute warm up; 25 minute class)
Dates: Schedule follows Learn to Skate Session schedule: see above.
Cost: 6 week session $35 (members), $70 (non members) if paid in full 1 week prior to first class. Note: after 1 week prior to first class prices rise to $40 and $80.
Walk on rate: $7 / class (members), $14 / class (non members)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Download and print registration here: LTS Registration
Queen City Figure Skating Learn to Skate Classes
are welcoming and nurturing environments geared to share the fun and fundamentals of skating. We utilize the US Figure Skating SnowPlow Sam
and Basic Skills
programs for our instruction
- Provide a fun and safe skating experience for the beginner as well as the more advanced skater, and any age
- Teach correct technique of the basic skating elements
- Promote health and physical fitness
- Enable all participants to achieve the skills necessary to either skate recreationally or to move competently into ice sports including US Figure Skating advanced levels and hockey.