Registration for this season is open. Register by September 15th to get the current rates. After September 15th, rates will increase.
Learn to Skate USA is endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey and US Speedskating. Our mission is to provide a fun and positive experience that will instill a lifelong love of skating.
Classes for Ages 3 and up. Including Adult, Dance (for Free Skate 2 and up) & Learn to Play Hockey
Monday, September 23rd from 6:30-7:15 pm or by MAIL with registration form on www.WRFSC.com
LTS Registration closes on Wednesday, September 25, 2019
WHERE: South Wood County Recreation Center, 2711 16th Street South, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
All LTS classes will be held between 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm. You will be notified by email one week prior to the start of the session with the exact time of your 30 minute class.
COST: All classes $60.00 for first skater; $55.00 for any additional skaters/classes
EQUIPMENT: Students will need to have skates (no double blades) with sturdy skate boots. Rental skates are available through the rink for a fee of $24 due at first lesson ($3 per lesson for 8 lessons). Skate guards are recommended for safety. **Hockey equipment can be rented from the hockey association. Please contact Randy Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-421-9653 for rental information.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: For families who qualify and agree to the guidelines, financial assistance is available to defray the cost of lessons and skates. Guidelines and the application are posted on our website.
MORE INFO: For further information about the Learn-To-Skate and Learn-To-Play-Hockey programs, please contact Jessica McMillian at (608) 434-5499 or by email at email@example.com.
For more information, registering by mail, or skating club programs, please check our website at: www.WRFSC.com
•Provide a safe, fun, and affordable youth hockey experience for all members.
•Instill and support family values guided by respect for oneself and others.
•Create an environment that emphasizes progressive skill development necessary for success.
•Educate, understand, and respect various level of competition.
•Hold the game of hockey in high regard, along with its players, coaches and parents.
•Develop friendships that last a lifetime.
If you have any concerns about abuse please call 800-888-4656 or contact:
Next Board Meeting: Monday, 10/21/2019 at 6:00 pm at SWCRC
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2711 16th Street South
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494