sessions are not intended for use as a public session. The freestyle ice time
is for figure skaters to practice and to advance their skills. To avoid injuries,
there is a skating Code of Conduct that all skaters need to remember. Coaches
and parents, please ensure that your skaters are aware of and carefully follow
these essential rules.
- Our more experienced
skaters are encouraged to help newer skaters learn ice safety & right-of-way
- First priority right-of-way goes to the skater running a
program. If someone is skating to their program with music, please be respectful
and move out of their way. Second priority right-of-way goes to students working
- Look where you are going to help avoid potential collisions.
Get up as quickly as possible after a fall and move safely out of the path of
- Only one skater at a time in the music box.
you need to stop and talk, please move over to the boards to do so.
up objects you may see on the ice they can be dangerous.
any deep holes in the ice to rink staff so that they can be repaired. Never ever
kick the ice in anger.
- No food or chewing gum on the ice.
is each skaters responsibility to provide their own personal kleenex if
needed and dispose of it properly. The rinks napkins and toilet paper are
not acceptable substitutes.
- No cursing or inappropriate language.
who are in the hockey box, at the rink entrances, or elsewhere close up to the
ice are asked to be respectful of all the skaters and their practice time.
the end of the session, please be sure to shut all doors to the ice.
No hockey skates or walkers are allowed to be used on the ice during the Free
- Be thoughtful, be kind, be respectful and enjoy your
time on the ice.