The Peaks Figure Skating Club regards club ice as a time for serious practice in which a skater has the opportunity to improve their skating skills. It is a time for program practice and for lessons as well as occasional activities and clinics. Club Ice may also be used for show rehearsals. Its purpose is also for club members to come together in a spirit of friendship and harmony, to encourage one another, and to skate from the heart.

When Club Ice sessions are available, full members of the Peaks Figure Skating Club, skate free of charge as a benefit of Club Membership. Associate and Adult Members are also welcome to skate on club ice at half off of the session fee ($5.00) on each club ice.

Club member professionals may teach lessons on club ice to club members so long as there are no activities scheduled for the session, the professional maintains liability insurance and provides a certificate of insurance naming the Peaks Figure Skating Club as an additional insured. Associate professional members pay a $3.00 coaching fee per club ice session. Non club professionals (visiting coaches) may teach lessons on club ice so long as there are no activities scheduled for the session, and must pay a $9.00 coaching fee to the club per club ice session. When introduced by a club professional, a prospective club member may skate on a maximum of one (1) club ice session free of charge. The club professional will give the skater a Club Ice Pass to present to the Club Ice Monitor.

Skaters on club ice must either be taking lessons in the Learn-to-Skate program and/or private lessons with a coach (though not necessarily during club ice), or they must be a recreational skater able to blend in with the higher level of skaters on these sessions. Learn-To-Skate students and recreational skaters who are not taking private lessons on club ice, must have passed at least the Basic Skills Level 4 test or equivalent of; forward crossovers, three-turns, backward skating and stopping. There is no minimum test level requirement for skaters that are in a private lesson on club ice; professionals are responsible for instructing students on proper skating safety and etiquette. Family members of club members may be invited to skate on special family club ice activities.

Club volunteers will monitor club ice for safety. The following rules apply to all skaters on club ice sessions.

Club Ice Rules:

  1. Skaters must check-in with the club ice monitor in the lobby or rink side;

  2. Adult members or associate members must pay club ice fees AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SESSION (no exceptions);

  3. Spectators and Parents are not allowed to sit in the hockey boxes during club ice;

  4. No food, gum or drink other than water is allowed on the ice or in the player boxes. Please put tissues and other trash in the proper receptacle

  5. Socializing on the ice should be kept to a minimum. Move to the boards or off of the ice to socialize;

  6. Spins should be practiced in the center of the ice, leaving the corners open for jumps.;

  7. If you make a large hole in the ice (wider than 1”), please fill the divot/hole ASAP.

  8. Exit the ice immediately when the Zamboni doors open. Do not linger by the boards talking or attempt one extra jump/spin. Gather your things and exit quickly;

  9. Skaters will be conscientious, and courteous in their practice. If another skater is in your path, please use “Excuse me” to alert them of your presence. A sash will be worn each time by the skater whose music is being played and program performed.The Right-of-Way is: Skaters will be conscientious and courteous when using the music equipment.

    The Right-of-Play is:

    1. Skaters in a lesson, playing their music for the first time.

    2. Skaters playing their music for the first time.

    3. Skaters in a lesson, playing their music for the second time.

    4. Skaters playing their music for the second time. Etc.

I have read the PFSC Club Ice Policy and Rules outlined above and agree to follow or ensure my skater follows them. Failure to do so may result in the loss of skating privileges with no reimbursement of ice fees.