Learn to Skate Program

Fall Learn to Skate Session

The Learn to Skate program offers lessons for skaters of all ability levels. Classes are offered in figure skating and hockey.

  • Day: Wednesday evenings, between 6 - 8:30 p.m.
  • Session: 9 weeks | October 11 - December 13 (No lessons on November 22).  
  • Registration opens: Monday, August 21, at Noon. 
  • Cost: $64 – $165 | Some beginner classes have a 5 - week option for $64 (this is for the first 5 weeks of the session: October 11 - November 8). If you register for the 5 - week session, you will have the opportunity to pay the $50 difference and stay for the full 9 - week session!
  • We have a new class called Skater Tots! This class is for skaters 18 - 36 months old. This program is designed to show kids how fun it is to be on the ice! Tots can crawl, walk, play and skate on the ice with supervision of an ice skating instructor. Parents / Guardians can take to the ice with their Tot or watch from the common area. The 5 - week option for this class is $40 with the 9 - week option at $70.
  • View the Fall Skating Schedule (PDF)

Registration for Fall Lessons

Online and in-person registrations will open on Monday, August 21, at Noon.
Online registrations close at noon on Wednesday, October 11, but you can still contact the coordinator for availability

  • Please contact us at 952-895-4657 or via email for:
  • Additional lesson information
    • If the class you want is unavailable — wait lists or other spaces for full classes may still become available

General Class Information

General Information

  • Skate rental: Rentals are FREE for registered skaters during lessons (size 8 child through 14 adult available in limited quantities). 
    • Skate rentals during Public Skating sessions are $5 per pair.
  • Skate sharpening: $7
  • Helmets are required for all hockey classes and strongly recommended for P.A.L.S, Snowplow Sam and Basic 1 and 2 level skaters
  • No sticks or pucks are used in hockey tracks classes
  • Dress warm and wear gloves or mittens
  • Double blades are not recommended