NEW update on Public Sessions – Skatetown will be bringing back public sessions starting Friday, October 1. The new schedule only includes Fridays (3-5pm and 7-9pm) and Saturdays (3-5pm and 7-9pm).
Skatetown will not be hosting the outdoor rink during the 2021-22 winter holiday season.
If you are interested in a private ice event, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 783-8550 ext 115.
- School field trip (min 100 skaters)
- Skating event (min 100 skaters)
- Broomball game
- Private Ice Birthday Party
- Learn to Curl teambuilding event
Online registration is required.
- Freestyles session. These sessions allow more serious figure skaters a chance to practice their individual programs to music and to elevate their skills with advanced moves such as spins and jumps. They are designed for skaters Freestyle 1 and up.
- Learn to Skate practice session. For skaters currently enrolled in a 4, 8 or 13-week Learn to Skate Class. Instruction not included. This is also for skaters who have pre-scheduled private lessons.
- Adult Skating session (For skaters 18 & older, all skating abilities. Instruction not included.)
- Drop-in hockey
- Adult skills & drills
Birthday parties on PUBLIC SESSIONS are NOT OFFERED at this time.
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