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Face Coverings are recommended for skaters on the ice but are not required as long as everyone is maintaining a 6 foot distance. Skaters need to wear face coverings everywhere in the building except the ice. Coaches and employees must wear face coverings at all times.
Come in from the heat! We are offering 3 different level clinics for figure skaters from August 17-21. Class sizes will be limited.
Off – Ice Classes
Join us for off-ice classes with Bridget Carrig (assisted by Jodie Kristy and Sarah Zorn) before the 11:20am clinic or after the 12:40pm clinic! Includes warm ups, off- ice jumps, stretching, and more!
Price- $10 a class. Payment will be made to Bridget by Paypal (bcarrig10), or Venmo (Bridget-Carrig), on August 17.
1st one- 10:40-11:05am
2nd one- 1:55-2:20pm
Register for Clinics and Off-Ice Classes: https://iceworld.sportngin.com/register/form/798771139
The Ice World waiver must be signed by noon on August 16 https://iceworld.sportngin.com/register/who/524534302
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Freestyle and Edge Class
The Friday freestyles have not been doing very well so we will be going down to two freestyles on Fridays at 2pm and 3:10pm starting July 31. Registration is required by noon the day before the session at this link. https://iceworld.sportngin.com/register/form/820549057
Edge Class: Don't forget about our edge class with Jeff Nolt on Sundays from 12:50-1:50pm! Sign up at the following link by noon the day before class: https://iceworld.sportngin.com/register/form/820549057
Baltimore Figure Skating Club will be offering freestyles Mondays-Thursdays at 2:15pm, 3:20pm, 4:40pm and 5:45pm, Saturdays at 8am, 9:05am, 10:25am, 11:30am and 12:50pm, and on Sundays at 8am, 9:05am, 10:25am, and 11:30am. Anyone interested in more information on their freestyles can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stick n Puck
Ice World will be offering Adult Stick n Pucks on Fridays and Saturdays starting July 31. Fridays are at 4:30pm and Saturdays are at 2:10pm. Each session is 60 minutes long and limited to 15 skaters and 2 goalies. You must be 16 or older to skate on these sessions. They cost $20. Registration is required by noon the day before the session at this link. https://iceworld.sportngin.com/register/form/829272811
Locker rooms will not be available and skaters need to come in full gear. Masks must be worn until skaters are ready to get on the ice. Please check out the full rules below.
Everyone must sign the waiver once before they come in the building. It also needs to be signed by noon the day before your session. https://iceworld.sportngin.com/register/form/631458852
If you are interested in Hockey Camp and clinics please check out Tomorrows Ice: https://www.tomorrowsice.com/summer2020clinics
We hope to offer a Figure Skating and Learn to Skate camp August 17-21. Any previously scheduled FS and LTS camps have been cancelled. If you paid for one of these camps and would like to join the camp on August 17-21 please email me so we can credit your payment to the camp.
We currently have no public skating sessions, group lessons or stick n pucks for kids.
We currently do not know when we will offer public sessions, stick n puck or group lessons. When we know more I will send out another email. Anyone who paid for lessons or another program that did not get to complete the series will get a credit to use once we are allowed to have lessons again.
Friends of Ice World,
We will open on July 8! Please do not stop by the rink to see if we are open.
Ice World will open in phases and reintroduce programming as it is safe to do so. We will not have any public sessions, private rentals, stick n pucks or group lessons to start with. These guidelines will be updated as new information becomes available and the facility can safely operate in the changing environment. Please visit www.iceworld.com website for updates to current policies.
Session Day Procedure – Controlling the number of people in the building and on the ice surface and the movement of people within the facility is critical for compliance with Maryland Strong: Roadmap to recovery and CDC recommended guidelines. Social distancing will always be in place. Guidelines currently are as follows:
Cleaning and Disinfecting
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