Summer Session of Learn to Skate

UPDATE: Registration for the summer session is closed.  Our next session for Learn to Skate will be in September.  Please be watching for information to be posted in August! 
We are excited to announce that registration for our Summer 2021 Session of Learn to Skate is now available!

This session will run for 5 weeks from May 27 – June 24, 2021 and is open to both new and returning skaters ages 4 and up.  Classes for this session will be held on  Thursday nights at 6:00 pm and include dedicated lesson time with a certified instructor and may include group and individual practice time activities.

Full schedule/cost is as follows:

Snowplow Sam — Ages 4 – 5
Thursdays: (5 weeks)
Dates: May 27; June 3, 10, 17, 24
6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Cost: $50.00
Signup Deadline: May 26, 2021 @ 8 pm

Basic 1 – Pre Free Skate & Adult 1 – Adult 6 (Ages 6 and up)

Thursdays: (5 weeks)
Dates: May 27; June 3, 10, 17, 24
6:00 pm – 6:50 pm
Cost: $100.00
Signup Deadline: May 26, 2021 @ 8 pm

Whether you dream of becoming a competitive figure skater, joining a hockey team, or just skating for the fun of it, Learn to Skate USA is the place to start!   Space is limited, so don’t delay! Sign up today!

Please note that registration for this session will be online only. No in person registration will be available. Please click the image below to sign up.
Online Registration Learn to Skate

Important Notes:

  • *All new skaters enrolled in this session will also need to pay $18 for the annual Learn to Skate USA Membership Fee.
  • If space allows, pro-rated registration may be available for those who sign up after the first week of classes.  Please email us at to inquire on availability.
  • Skaters age 5 and under are required to wear a helmet on the ice.  Helmets are not required for skaters aged 6 and up, but are encouraged for all new skaters. (A bicycle helmet is acceptable).
  • Rental skates are available if needed. Cost will be $1.00 per lesson and paid weekly when you come for class.
  • Single Bladed skates are required, either figure or hockey. No double bladed skates will be allowed. It is recommended that new skaters use “beginner skates” before moving to either hockey or figure skates.  Beginner skates have a single blade and resemble a figure skate blade, but have a small toe pic.  These beginning skates help the skaters learn to balance and will make the transition to figure or hockey skates much easier.
  • Skaters should dress in layers and wear one pair of Light to medium weight socks that rise above the ankle. Don’t forget your gloves!

For full details on our Learn to Skate USA Program please click here!

Questions? Please email us at

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