presented by the Superior Figure Skating Club
in conjunction with the USFSA
Fall Session 1
September 20, 27, October 4, 11, 18 & 25
Fall Session 2
November 4, 11 & 18, December 2, 9 & 16
Winter Session 1
January 6, 20, February 3, 10, 17 & 24
All dates will be held at Wessman Arena
2701 Catlin Ave, Superior, WI
Basic Skills: $90.00
* The schedule for Basic Skills is listed above. Any changes in this schedule will be posted at the rink, our Facebook page Superior Figure Skating Club, and our website. It is the parents' responsibility to watch for any ice time changes. In the case of inclement weather, please check the website for cancellations.
* All parents MUST be in the bleachers or in the lobby area during lessons. Parents are NOT permitted in the player’s boxes or entrance doors, as it distracting for skaters and coaches.
*Basic Skills will skate for 1 hour with a “warm up” during the 1st half and lesson(s) the 2nd half of the hour. Preschool only skates the first half.
* Helpers are available to assist first time skaters. Please NO parents on the ice.
* Only registered skaters are allowed on the ice.
* Skaters are asked to arrive at the rink early enough to put their skates on and be ready at lesson time. You are encouraged to stay for the entire session to give them as much practice as possible. As with any other sport, the more you practice, the more you will improve.
Skaters will need:
* Mittens or gloves
* To dress warm by layering. Sweatshirts, turtlenecks, sweatpants, or warm-up pants are ideal. Comfort and ability to move are important. Jeans can be restrictive. Your feet feel best if you wear one pair of lightweight socks or tights. Bulky or thick socks may limit the support in your boot and may also create “lumps and bumps” inside it. Make sure you have enough room to move your toes once your foot is properly laced in the boot.
For more information please contact...
SFSC Learn to Skate Director
Linda McNaughton 715-718-0517
The Superior Figure Skating Club is dedicated to the development of figure skating skills, to sportsmanship in the arena of competition, and to cultivation of a spirit of fraternal feeling among its members, according to the guidelines of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA).