Frontier Ice Figure Skating

Improve your skating technique by concentrating on turns, jumps, spins, and connecting elements. Open to current and new figure skaters. Figure Skating Lessons are available via the Lake City Figure Skating Program.

The Lake City Figure Skating (LCFS) Basic Skills program at Frontier Ice Arena is operated by Spokane Figure Skating Club (SFSC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization of current and former skaters, skating professionals, parents and skating fans. SFSC has been a member of the U.S. Figure Skating since 1934, and for the past 80 years has hosted figure skating programs and competitions in the Spokane, Cheney, and Coeur d'Alene areas.

Introductory Skating

If you are new to the ice or have only skated a little, and want to learn to figure skate or gain some skating skills before playing hockey, come learn to skate with our Basic Skills Program at Frontier Ice Arena. 5-Week Learn-to-Skate (LTS) classes are offered throughout the fall, winter and spring for $55, and include skate rental, 30-minute group instruction from LCFS coaches, plus U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills membership, record book and Sport Accident insurance. LTS classes are designed for ages 5 and older. For little ones 4 and under, we offer a Parent and Tot class. Introductory classes for Adults are available during our "Freestyle" club sessions.

Advanced Skating Classes

For skaters who have taken the introductory LTS classes and are looking for more advanced lessons, we offer smaller group lessons (3-5 skaters per instructor), as well as private or semi-private (2 skaters per instructor) lessons during our Freestyle sessions. Lesson packages provide Freestyle admission, 30 minutes of small group or semi-private instruction, 30 minutes of practice time, and rental skates, if needed. Small group packages are $80 for 5 weeks (3 student minimum). Semi-private packages are $95 for 5 weeks. Private lessons start at $18 per week for a 10-minute lesson and 50 minutes of practice ice time.

Individual Lessons, Club membership and Skating Competitions

After skaters progress through the introductory and advanced classes, we collaborate to tailor a lesson plan to meet their skating goals, schedule and budget. The skating curriculum continues through the Basic Skills and Freeskate levels into the official U.S. Figure Skating track for the local, national and Olympic figure skaters. Skaters who join SFSC benefit from club ice time, receive U.S. Figure Skating Magazine and may participate in test sessions and competitions, where they perform and compete with skaters from other clubs. In 2014, both the Northwest Pacific and the Pacific Coast Championships will be held in nearby Eastern Washington.

Find Out More

For more information about introductory and advanced figure skating programs offered at Frontier Ice Arena, or to help support figure skating in our community, find them online at Lake City Figure Skating.
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