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Sunday October 24, 2021
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot & Youth Session A- Sunday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Wednesday October 27, 2021
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Youth Session 1 - Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:55 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot Session 1- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Sunday October 31, 2021
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot & Youth Session A- Sunday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Wednesday November 3, 2021
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Youth Session 1 - Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:55 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot Session 1- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Sunday November 7, 2021
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot & Youth Session A- Sunday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Wednesday November 10, 2021
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Youth Session 2 - Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:40 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Adult Session 2- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:55 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot Session 2- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Sunday November 14, 2021
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot & Youth Session B- Sunday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Wednesday November 17, 2021
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Youth Session 2 - Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:40 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Adult Session 2- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:55 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot Session 2- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Sunday November 21, 2021
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot & Youth Session B- Sunday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
Wednesday November 24, 2021
4:30 PM - 4:55 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Youth Session 2 - Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:40 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Adult Session 2- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.
 
4:55 PM - 5:20 PM    Ice Skating - Learn to Skate Tot Session 2- Wednesday
TOT & YOUTHFor participants with little or no formal skating instruction, our group skating classes teach skating basics in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age and/or ability if possible. Prerequisites for Wednesday's Tot is for 4-6 years and Youth is for 6-15 years. ALL participants must be potty trained and capable of independently wearing a mask, social distancing and following directions.  TEEN/ADULTIt’s never too late to learn how to skate! Participants 16 years and older are invited to learn to skate or enhance skating skills in a fun and comfortable environment. Skaters will be grouped by age/or ability if possible. Prerequisites: For participants 16 years and older. BE PREPARED FOR CLASS-All participants will need to comply with FMC Ice Sports COVID Guidelines at https://fmcicesports.com/covid-19-guidelines. (Currently participants are required to wear face coverings)-Participants learn falling down and getting up the first week; Help your skaters with this first lesson by viewing our instructional video and working with participants before you arrive:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF5uPzEEY8Y&feature=youtu.be  -A helmet, such as a bike helmet or HECC helmet, is required and must be provided by the participant-Please label the helmet with First Name, Last Initial on the front with painter’s tape before arriving-Wear warm, comfortable layers that allow for movement, long sleeves and pants, gloves or mittens; Young skaters should wear waterproof clothing and gloves-Rental skates are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are included in the class fee-Participants are welcome to bring their own skates although double blade skates are not permitted-Still have questions? Visit fmcicesports.com or call 1-888-74-SKATE**Wednesday classes are taught by FMC Ice Sports and Sunday classes through Winterland Skating SchoolCOVID GUIDELINES-Masks are no longer required at this program for the participant or the instructor. (effective 5/29/21, if this changes we will follow any new state guidance)-If you want your child to wear a mask for the program they are more than welcome to do so.