LEARN-TO-SKATE STARTED Monday October 31, 2011!! It's not too late to sign-up!! Just get to the rink about 30 minutes before your class and we will get you set up!!
Liz Egetoe,Skating Director,910-232-6116
New classes for Learn-to-Skate are as follows:
Monday, October 31st – December 12th
-- (SKIPPING MEMORIAL DAY MONDAY 11/21) -- DATES INCLUDE ALL 6 CLASSES!!!
Beginner Tots (4-6yrs)
Tot 1 & Tot 2
Tot 3 & Tot 4
ALL CLASSES ARE $60 FOR 6 WEEKS
Registration forms can be found at the front office at Cleland Ice Rink. Register ASAP! Spots still available!!!
Freestyle sessions are available to anyone involved in Learn-to-Skate who is interested in coming to practice without the chaos of public sessions. Freestyle sessions are also a great time to schedule private lessons!
Times are as follows:
Monday: 2:30-5:00 PM
Wednesday: 2:30-5:00 PM
Thursday: 2:30-5:00 PM
Friday: 2:30-4:30 PM
Sunday: 5:30-7:30 PM
If you decide to utilize this ice time, please sign in at the front office upon arrival, and check out the learn to skate board (around the corner from skate rental) to review the Freestyle Etiquette and Rules with your skater. Than you will be ready to get on the ice!
Private Lessons are still available! Please let me know if you are interested in scheduling any private lessons with any coach. I will be more than happy to point you in the right direction!
There is over 50 years of coaching experience throughout our group of coaches. We have all tested in ISI, USFSA, or both in a recreational and competitive environment. Several of us have studied dance and gymnastics to compliment our ice skating skills, and have participated in and also taught off-ice training and technique classes.
All of our coaches are highly skilled and qualified.
Specializing in basic and advanced skills development:
Directing/Choreography of Ice Shows
Moves in the Field
Moves in the Field
Not only is there knowledge of coaching, but also Skate Sharpening, Zamboni/Olympia training and maintenance, and Compressor training and maintenance.Our extensive training and well-rounded education will help build successful skaters and a long-lasting Learn-to-Skate program.