Freestyle ice time is available during the week for figure skaters just starting out or those established skaters. This is not for beginner skaters skating without a coach. You do not have to be a member of the Keene Figure Skating Club to skate on freestyle ice. But you must be a member of US Figure Skating. Walk on skaters are welcome to attend a session- Admission is $15 pending availability.
All skaters are expected to follow arena policies and Code of Conduct for Freestyle Sessions.
NEW- We have recently started accepting on-line enrollments! Please be patient with us as we begin this new process! As always you can enroll at the arena or On-line enroll here Keene FSC Discount will be applied to members when the order is processed.
NEW-Summer Coupon “books”
Purchase date extended until July 16th!!
This summer we will be offering Freestyle coupon “books”. Freestyles will be sold in packs of 10, record of use will be kept in our system. Skaters MUST check in with front desk staff and let them know they will be using a “coupon”. These will be available for purchase until June 30th 2018. Unused freestyles will expire November 1st 2018.
Cost: $120/ 10 freestyles- Keene FSC Member $130/ 10 Freestyles non-member
Interested in private lessons for your skater email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the Coaches we have available for private lessons! Available Coaches
Code of Conduct During Freestyle Sessions
1. All skaters must check in and pay before skating. Skaters not checked in will be asked to leave the ice.
2. All skaters must clear the ice when the resurfacer enters the ice.
3. Program and lesson skaters have the right of way. Please be aware of the skaters around you.
4. No talking in the middle of the rink. Move to the boards when you are not actively working.
5. No food or drink on the ice surface.
6. In order to keep the ice clear, coaches should try to stay on the perimeter.
7. Skaters should exhibit a cooperative attitude to each other and avoid confrontation.
8. Lower level skaters should be aware of faster skaters and more advanced skaters should act as role models for lower level skaters.
9. Any conflicts should be addressed to the Skating Director or rink management and any action will be taken at the discretion of the management.