Open Freestyle sessions are reserved for figure skaters to practice jumps, spins, programs, and skills in practice or private lesson. These sessions are open to all figure skaters. Club ice is reserved for Sikumi Figure Skating Club members only.
Sign in and pay at the front desk upon arrival. $12 per hour. Minimum purchase of one hour, subsequent time can be purchased in half or whole hours.
All coaches are required to submit a proof of liability insurance to the rink office in order to conduct business with skaters.All skaters must store their gear in the assigned locker room. Do not leave gear in the rink lobby.Early Bird open freestyle sessions are scheduled through designated private coaches. All skaters are responsible to sign in on the Early Bird sheet (rinkside) and supply appropriate payment (cash, check, Cool Cash Card with last 4 digits). Coaches are also responsible for skater sign in and payment.Open Freestyle sessions are subject to schedule change, so please refer to TODAY AT KLA on our homepage for updated schedule.
ATTENTION FIGURE SKATERS. Contact ERIC, ProSkate manager, to arrange your skate sharpening appointment email@example.com
REGULAR OPEN FREESTYLE SCHEDULE
Please check TODAY AT KLA on our homepage for schedule changes due to tournaments, holiday and other events.
Fridays 3:15pm-5:45pm starts 2/2 ( no 3/16)
Saturdays 2:45pm-4:15pm 2/3, 10, X, 24
Sundays 4:15pm-5:45pm 2/4, 11, X, 25
COOL CASH CARDS
- Cool Cash Cards can be obtained from the rink office.
- You can load and reload your card with any amount.
- Discount price--$120 purchase on your card gives you $132 on your card*!
- $120 RELOADS AVAILABLE BY ONLINE REGISTRATION
- That's one hour freestyle for free!
*(not redeemable for cash disbursement)
Sportsmanship is key when on our freestyle sessions. Unsafe or discourteous behavior of any kind will not be tolerated. Klick Lewis Arena follows Safesport guidelines (usfigureskating.org/safesport). Read below for general rink rules and specific Ice Rules.
Each skater and coach are required to sign a copy of ICE RULES that we will keep on file in the rink office. Copies of rules to sign are in the rink office. See KLA ICE RULES below for content.
Basic Rules Governing All Behavior
- Please respect the rights of others
- Please respect the Klick Lewis Arena property and the property of others
- Sign in at the front desk before stepping on to the ice
- No breakable containers are allowed rink side. Drinks are allowed on or below the railing. Food is not permitted near the rail or on the ice
- Please pick up all belongings (including dirty tissues, water cups, bottles, etc.) at the end of the session
- Skaters on the harness also have the right away. Please be careful of the harness area when in use. Harness may only be used with a coach in a lesson.
- If you are a less experienced skater, please be extra careful to stay aware of other skaters and to look ahead of where you are skating to see what others are doing or are about to do
- If you are an experienced skater, please be patient with the less experienced skaters. Remember – you were new to skating at one time, too
- Please be understanding if someone gets in your way. Remember to look both ways before leaving the rink wall or skating across the ice. Keep moving while on the ice, as it is dangerous for both you and the other skaters to stand still during a session. It is especially important not to stop in the middle of the ice or any of the jumping corners.
- While in lesson or practice, it is the skater's responsibility to always be conscientious and aware of other skaters around them.
- Skaters must skate with the flow of other skaters and familiarize themselves with the most commonly used areas for jumps and spins.
- The only time a skater has the SOLE right of way is when they are skating their program to music. When you hear another skater's music, please extend that person the courtesy and move out of their path momentarily. This only takes a moment and you will enjoy the same courtesy while you are performing your program.
- Advanced skaters are expected to exhibit patience toward beginner skaters. It takes time for our future generation to advance to the point where they are completely comfortable skating with all levels of skaters.
These rules are set up for the safety of our skaters and to promote the best use of our ice time. All Skaters are required to know and observe them.
The following Ice Rules document must be signed and followed by every coach and skater participating in a session.
ON THE ICE at KLICK LEWIS ARENA
ICE RULES FOR FREESTYLE AND CLUB ICE
- Skaters should make every effort to avoid collisions. Skaters should use caution and be aware of other skaters at all times, especially very young or new skaters. Parents of young or beginner/low level skaters should ensure that their child practices safely.
- Skaters taking a private lesson have the right-of-way. Every effort should be made to stay out of the way of skaters doing their program with music. Skaters should not, however, expect to perform their program without interruptions on the ice. Programs skaters can identify themselves with provided sashes to make clear to the other skaters who is skating their program.
- Skaters and parents may not interrupt another skating lesson.
- Parents cannot give instruction to other students/skaters.
- Only coaches, skaters, and ice monitors are allowed in the Visitor/Home hockey boxes and music area during freestyle sessions. The only exception is during your child’s private lesson.
- The use of any portable audio device is prohibited by all skaters. Music sign-in sheet will be used during busy sessions. One lesson program/one skater program alternates in order. No food or drink in the music area. Any variation of this plan is a result of coach consensus.
- Many freestyle moves require space. Extra caution and common sense should be used by the skater to ensure adequate clearance when doing these moves.
- There should be no “loitering” on the ice. If you wish to have a conversation with a friend, please remove yourselves from the ice.
- On the ice, skaters must not: kick, stomp feet or drag toes, stand, sit or lie in one spot, curse or use inappropriate language, race or play tag (unless instructed by a coach during group lessons), chew gum, throw objects, sit on boards, use a cell phone, eat or drink while skating (drinks being kept on the boards is acceptable).
- The divots or holes in the ice are very dangerous to the next event skaters and they do not get repaired by an ice conditioning. Skaters are responsible for filling the holes with ice scrapings and water or “slush” from a rink side bucket.
Our facility follows SafeSport Guidelines (www.safesport.org) for the protection, safety, and well-being for all who participate.
I have read the above listed ice rules and I understand and will follow the ice rules.
SFSC Member Name (print) __________________ Initial _______Date___/____/____
Parent Name if member is a minor (print) ______________ Initial _____Date___/____/____