The first step in the NESV Learn to Skate program is designed to teach skaters the basic skating skills needed to skate on their own. No prior experience is necessary and programs are available for all ages.
Skaters will then progress through intermediate and advanced levels.
The NESV Learn to Skate program will provide the skater with the fundamentals necessary to improve and strengthen his/her skills in order to transition confidently and excel in either hockey or figure skating.
Rental skates are available at no cost for use during our LTS program.
(Please note: Sizes and quantities are limited and available First-come, First-served)
Please note: *Spring Session Begins April 7th.
No Classes April 19, 21, 22nd
All skaters are required to wear a helmet (HECC certified hockey or bike helmet)
Warm clothing: mittens, water repellent pants and jacket or snowsuit
Hockey or figure skates (no double runners) Rental skates are available at no cost for use during our LTS program.(Please note: Sizes and quantities are limited and available First-come, First-served)
Refunds are not issued, however, a credit minus the registration fee may be applied toward a future session
Saturdays April 7th – May 19th Times: 9:00 AM, 9:25 AM, 10:00 AM, 10:25 AM Sundays April 8th - May 20th Times: 9:00 AM, 9:25 AM, 10:00 AM, 10:25 AM Thursdays April 12th - May 24th Times: 10:00 AM, 10:25 AM NO Classes: April 19, 21, 22
Skaters must have passed Pre-Alpha in order to enroll in this program. There are 4 levels within the Advanced Program: Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta. Within these levels, skaters will learn 1-ft glides, forward and backward crossovers, turns, edges. Once a skater has passed his/her Delta Badge, they can either join the Figure Skating Program or Hockey Skating.