New Logo Wear came in time for registration on September 14th! These will be available for purchase again ($20 each) at the rink the first week of the Fall 2017 Session beginning October 2nd.
We had a great turn out for Registration and for the Skate & Apparel Exchange! Thank you to everyone that stopped by. It was nice seeing our returning participants and meeting many new ones!
Please remember to register online by September 24th to avoid a late fee! We are looking forward another great season!
The Fergus Falls Skating Club is planning another great year of Learn to Skate USA classes- Snowplow Sam, Basic, Freeskate & Hockey Skills classes will be offered! One or two night options are available. For more details and for the online registration link visit our Learn to Skate USA Registration Page.
NEED SKATES? WANT TO SELL YOUR USED SKATES OR SKATING APPAREL? JOIN US ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 FROM 5:30 PM TO 7:30 PM FOR REGISTRATION NIGHT AND A SKATE & APPAREL EXCHANGE AT THE FF COMMUNITY ARENA. (341 E Friberg).
You are not required to attend registration night. However, if you are new to the program, this is a great opportunity to ask questions and meet our coaching staff. All fundraising forms will be available for download on our website & will be emailed to each registered family.
The FFSC website and Facebook page will post any weather related announcements. Both of these resources are great places to get the most current FFSC news. Weather announcements and arena closings will be announced on KZCR or KJJK radio stations. The Fergus Falls cancellation line can all be called at 218-332-5800 for the latest updates. Although, the rule of thumb is that if school has been closed, so has the arena and all classes are cancelled. Bookmark the FFSC website to your browser today!
Another great way to stay up-to-date FFSC news and events: “Like” Fergus Falls Skating Club on Facebook!
AND just one more way is to subscribe to our Remind messaging system by sending a text to 81010 with the message @ffsk8.
The Fergus Falls Skating Club programs introduce people of all ages to the sport of ice skating, providing a fun and safe skating experience for the beginner as well as the more advanced skater.
All programs are run under the guidelines of the United Stated Figure Skating Association and Learn to Skate USA.