Ice Skating: Afterschool SHOWTIME
Feb 23 - May 25 (Wednesday)
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Ages 5-13 · Co-Ed
Stephen C. West Ice Arena
From Feb 23, 2022 to May 25, 2022
Each Wednesday from 03:30 PM to 04:30 PM
Except the following dates:
Wednesday, Apr 20, 2022
Has your child completed several classes of our ice skating lessons and is ready for the next step in the skating world? Enroll him or her in our Showtime program for a chance to perform in front of an audience. The weekly SHOWTIME class focuses on learning and practicing a choreographed group number for the Spring Ice Show, held Saturday, May 14.
Skaters perform with other skaters of similar skating levels, so the group skating routines are a great way to meet other skaters and to have fun!
Skaters enrolling in SHOWTIME should have basic skating skills and either be participating in ice skating classes or taking private lessons to continue to improve their skating skills. For questions regarding skating ability, please contact the Ice Programs Coordinator at (970) 547-3147.
Students skate with an instructor on the outdoor ice rink to learn new skating skills and choreography. Skate rental is included in program fee. Please be sure that your child dresses accordingly to be skating on the outdoor ice rink. This includes socks, snow pants, jacket, hat and gloves.
Skaters are required to be registered members with Learn to Skate USA. The skating program we are associated with is named Breck Skating School. This is an annual registration that needs renewal in June of every year to participate in our skating programs. See site below to sign up as a Learn to Skate member. https://www.learntoskateusa.com/signuphomepage/
Participants are expected to attend all class dates, as it is very important to be present when learning and practicing choreography. Participants must also plan to attend the skate show dress rehearsal on Friday, May 13. The Ice Show will take place on Saturday, May 14.
No class on April 20.
Participant pick up will take place in the upstairs meeting room promptly at 5:15pm.
Transportation is provided from Upper Blue and Breckenridge Elementary. Breckenridge Elementary students will walk from school to the ice rink with a Breckenridge Recreation Staff member or coach. Students not attending Breckenridge schools are encouraged to participate but need to provide their own transportation.
Outdoor Ice Rink
Breckenridge Recreation Department