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YOUTH & ADULT ICE SKATING All Ice Skating classes are held at Edora Pool Ice Center unless otherwise stated. LEARN-TO-SKATE GUIDELINES Welcome to the City of Fort Collins ice skating program! Please take a few moments to read over these guidelines. Our purpose is to serve you better and make your experience with the City safe and enjoyable. Thank you for participating in our ice skating program.  Freestyle Interested in know more about competitive or recreational figure skating programs? Call 970.221.6683 and ask to speak with one of the professional skate Instructors on staff. Program not discountable. Conditioning for Skaters For more information, please see our conditioning information center located in the green rink. Program not discountable. Private Skating Instruction Private ice skating instruction is available for all abilities in Figure Skating, Dance, Edges, Style, Choreography, Hockey and Power. Fees vary depending on Instructor. Ice time and skate rental is not included in Instructor fee. Program not discountable. Parents may observe lessons from the upstairs bleachers. It is distracting for skaters and coaches to have parents at the gate, and it also creates an obstruction for skaters that are entering or exiting the ice. Individuals are not allowed on the ice with their shoes on. However, parents are welcome to skate with their child during the 15-minute practice time; rental skates are available free of charge. Our Instructor-to-student ratio is 1:10 students. Any classes with more than 10 students will include an assistant. Minimum for all classes based on cost efficiency is 5. (Class levels may be combined to meet this minimum.) Skating lesson are 30 minutes in length with a 15-minute practice time, which may be before or after the lesson depending on scheduling. The Instructors have this time in between classes to talk to parents and address their concerns. Free Skate classes are 45 minutes. Please be aware that some levels will need to be repeated to master all the skills. The first day of each lesson is generally termed as level evaluation day. At this time, the Instructors will evaluate all of the participants in their assigned classes to make certain they have been correctly enrolled. If there is a problem, the Instructor may discuss the best course of action with the parent. Students will be moved if there is space available in the appropriate level of class. There are no make-up lessons for missed skating classes. If the class you wish to register for is filled, you may place your name on a paid waiting list. We attempt to accommodate the demand for skating lessons by adding new classes, however they may not be at the same time/day as the waiting list class. Classes that do not meet the minimum may be canceled or combined. If you are unable to attend the last day of classes for testing, please request a progress card on the last day you attend.  TEAM & CLUB CONTACTS Adult Hockey Ft. Collins Adult Hockey Assoc. Youth Hockey Northern Co. Youth Hockey Figure Skating Club Ice Skating Club of Fort Collins Womens Hockey Flames/Phoenix/Comets College Hockey Colorado State University High School Hockey High Plains Hockey   DROP-IN ACTIVITIES Senior Coffee Club This program takes place during regular recreational skate sessions for older adults interested in social skating. Regular fees apply. Age: 60 years & up Wed 9:00-10:45 AM Fitness Skate Intermediate to advanced skaters will benefit from this aerobic exercise. Age: 16 years & up Note: session not discountable. 10 or 30 admission punch passes may be purchased at the $5.50 per punch rate. No session will be held Mar. 25 &26, May 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, and 28. Rental skates $2.50. M-F 11:15 AM – 12:45 PM $4.00 per session      Good ideas for proper clothing include:      Bicycle helmet (Tot 1 & 2 required) Gloves (thin – not ski mittens) Fleece or lightweight jacket Skating dresses, tights/leggings/pants that are easy to move in. Loose or bulky clothing is not recommended Drop-In Hockey This open practice session is for hockey players who want to sharpen their skating and shooting skills. Limit to 30 players. Age: 16 years & up Note: Full equipment required. 10 or 30 admission punch passes may be purchased at the $4.00 per punch rate. Sign up at the front desk beginning at 6:00 AM. Payment must be made when signing up unless a hockey punch pass is on file for phone-ins. Session not discountable. No session Mar. 26, May 18, 20, 25, 26, 27, & 31. Stick & Puck This open session requires helmet, gloves, stick and shin guards; full equipment is recommended for younger skaters. Age: All Ages Note: Session not discountable. 10 or 30 adm. punch passes may be purchased for $5.50 per punch. No session will be held 3/27 Thank you for taking the time to read these guidelines.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Recreator - Spring 2010

Recreator - Spring 2010
From the Executive Director
Calendar of Events
Your Health and Wellness
Registration Information
Adaptive Recreation
Arts & Crafts
Dance & Movement
Day Camps
Early Learning & Parent with Child
Adult Programs | 50+ | Senior Center
Do 50!
Recreator Profiles
Health & Wellness
Education & Enrichment
The Farm
Aqua Fitness
Gardens on Spring Creek
Ice Skating
Outdoor Recreation
Age Index

Recreator - Spring 2010