Figure Skating Programs
Be sure to check out all of the new programs, skill levels and memberships!
The Slater Family Ice Arena and Bowling Green Skating Club have joined resources to create even better skating opportunities for all levels of figure skaters from beginners to competitive skaters. Programs, membership, and more have been re-designed and updated for an exciting season of skating!
Programming includes on-ice and off-ice classes focused on developing a well rounded skater encompassing the technical and creative sides of skating.
For detailed program information visit the Figure Skating Program page
If your skater is new to skating and would like to pursue figure skating, the best place to start is the Learn to Skate (LTS) program to build a foundation of skills first. The LTS program provides high quality, progressive instruction in basic ice skating skills that give participants a solid foundation upon which they can continue into the various branches of ice sports including figure skating, hockey team play, or a heightened enjoyment of recreation.
For detailed Learn to Skate information visit the Learn to Skate page
These sessions are designed for practice for anyone from the advanced beginning levels through the advanced competitive levels. Many skaters receive private lessons during these sessions, however lessons are not required in order to skate the sessions. It is recommended that skaters be working on at least Basic 4 to skate on a session unsupervised by a coach or in a private lesson. The size limit for all sessions is 25 skaters.
All are offered on a walk-on (first come, first served) basis. To skate, simply sign in and pay at the Newlove Pro Shop immediately prior to the start of a given session.
50 minute sessions: $10.00
1 hour 20 minute sessions: $15.00
Ice Card Figure Skating Pass: $100.00
11 Figure Skating sessions
Can be used for 50 minute or 1 hour 20 minute sessions
Figure Skating: A general session on which freestyle,
dance or moves in the field are permitted.
Free Skate: Jumps, Spins and stroking.
Dance: Specific steps and timing to music
Moves in the Field: Patterned stroking, edges and turns.