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Figure Skating

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Monday 1:45-4:50pm
Wednesday 1:45-5:20pm   
Thursday 1:45-5:40pm
Friday 1:45-5:50pm
Please Note
Adjusted Freestyle March 9th:  4:15pm-5:50pm
Added Freestyle Saturday, March 10th: 11:30am-12:15pm

Please note that the schedule is subject to change because of unforeseen circumstances.

Attention Group Lesson Participants: 
Hollydell offers an introductory "Bridge" package for group lesson skaters interested in joining the Hollydell Figure Skating Club.
Please speak to Hollydell's Figure Skating Director Amy Griffith for more information.

Walk on Fee (Non-members)

$15.00 (reduced)

Members Walk on Fee

$12.00 (reduced)

Package Ice

$220.00 (reduced)

Sibling Packages


20-1 hr. sessions/package [only available to members and associate members]
20-1 hr. sessions/Sibling packages [only available for regular members]


Hollydell ice arena is happy to announce the addition of new group classes!

Perfect for the skater in group lessons that is eager to learn more!!

learn to practice

Purpose: Learn to Practice is a group class designed for skaters in the Learn to Skate program interested in taking the next step in figure skating.  The class is developed to coach skaters into good practice habits, giving them a routine to warm up their bodies and skills on the ice.  Skaters will also be taught traffic patterns and ice etiquette in order to maintain safe practicing conditions for all skaters on the ice.  Skaters will be given a binder to keep track of their practice time and store a variety of information.  


Group I: Basic 3-Basic 6
(Skaters should be a very strong basic 3 skater when signing up for this class.)
Group II: Pre-Freeskate and above
Thursdays 4:40-5:10pm
4 classes: 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29
Cost: $120 
Email Amy Griffith with any questions:

freeskate and more

Purpose: Everyone has to learn the fundamentals of figure skating, but this class will add some fun to those fundamentals.  

Group I: Basic 3 through Basic 6- Skaters will learn and work on the beginning spins including pivots, two foot spins, and eventually one foot spins.  Skaters will learn and work on the beginning jumps including side hops, bunny hops, mazurkas, and waltz jumps.  Skaters will also learn and work on creative moves like spirals and lunges. Skaters should be a very strong basic 3 skater when signing up for this class.


Group II: Pre-Freeskate and up-  Skaters will split the time working on the first official Moves in the Field test and also work on spins and jumps.  Skaters will also work on creative moves like spirals and lunges.  

Thursdays 5:10-5:40pm
4 classes: 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29
Cost: $120 
Email Amy Griffith with any questions:
Skaters interested in participating in both "Learn to Practice" and "Freeskate & More"  
will receive discounted rate of $160 for both classes.

Synchro open house Friday, March 9th

Come see what synchro is all about!
What is synchronized skating?
“Synchronized skating is a popular discipline both within U.S. Figure Skating and around the world. U.S. Figure Skating held the first U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in 1984 and also hosted the first World Synchronized Skating Championships in 2000. There are approximately 600 synchronized teams registered with U.S. Figure Skating, and nearly 5,000 athletes participate annually in the synchronized skating sectional championships.
Synchronized skating is a team sport in which 8-20 skaters perform a program together. It uses the same judging system as singles, pairs and dance and is characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations and challenging step sequences. As with the other disciplines, all teams perform a free skate with required well-balanced program elements. In addition, teams at the junior and senior level perform a short program consisting of required elements.
Elements in synchronized skating include blocks, circles, wheels, lines, intersections, move elements, creative elements, no holds elements, spins and pairs moves. The variety and difficulty of elements require that each team member is a highly skilled individual skater. The typical senior-level athlete has passed a senior or gold test in at least two disciplines.”
Who would be eligible to try the class?
Since skaters will be skating attached to other skaters, skaters must have strong basic 3 skills and above.  All ages are welcome.
Cost of the open house class:
The only cost to this one-day open house is the $15 ice time fee.  The $15 is paid directly to the ice rink and covers 1 hour of ice time. (club & bridge members $12)
The ice time will be from 4:50-5:50.  Class will be from 4:50-5:20.
Other information:
Please have skaters wear all  black (stripe on black leggings are ok) and hair should be tied neatly back in ponytail.  No gloves please.
Email Amy Griffith with any questions: