Ice time may be obtained by
contracting throughout the season or by paying walk-on rates.
For details on the financial guidelines of Contracting for Ice,
refer to the Member Handbook.
For details on the ice rules or signing up for ice time, refer
to the 2013 ice
General ice rules
The first 15 minutes of each
freestyle session is dance, moves or edgework. Skaters who have
passed the senior moves in the field test may use this time for
freestyle, only when they are in a lesson.
1. Skates must be worn on the ice
at all times during ice sessions. No exceptions.
2. When you fall on the ice get up
as quickly as possible if you are not severely injured. Sitting or
lying on the ice puts you and other skaters at risk of injury. If
you are hurt you will receive help immediately.
3. When your scheduled session
begins you are expected to be on the ice. If you are late, you
cannot stay over into the next session to make up your time. When
your scheduled session ends you must leave the ice unless you are
also scheduled for the next session. This also applies to walk-on
skaters. All skaters are to skate within the times scheduled or you
will be charged for an additional session at walk-on rates.
4. No standing idle on the ice. If
you have an equipment or apparel problem, please get off the ice to
make any adjustments. If you need to chat with someone, please move
to the boards.
5. No food or drink is allowed on
the ice. Absolutely no glass containers in the rink area and no
open containers such as coffee or soda cans are allowed on the
boards. Plastic water bottles and insulated type covered containers
6. No ipods or boom box type cd
players can be placed on the ice.
7. No alcoholic beverages, tobacco,
or street drugs will be tolerated.
8. Generally, the middle of the
rink is to be used for spins practice. Please do not monopolize any
specific area of the rink for prolonged periods of time.
9. Long hair or hair that may fly
in your face or in another's face should be pulled back away from
your face with either various hair accessories or hairstyles that
enable you to have full vision of the ice and other skaters. This
is for your safety as well as all others.
10. Skating attire must be clean
Ice session etiquette
1. Skaters, pros, monitors, parents
and guests are expected to show courtesy and respect to each other
both on and off the ice.
2. Be aware of other skaters'
movement near and around you.
3. Use of any foul language is
4. Courtesy and respect for other
skaters, pros, parents and rink personnel are expected.
5. Good sportsmanship should be
demonstrated at all times.
6. Respect our rink staff. Clean up
your mess, and leave the ice immediately when the Zamboni enters