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Club Ice Time
Club ice time and full skating membership is the next step after bridge. These skaters have moved on to private instruction, are likely participating in competitions and U.S. Figure Skating test sessions and are developing into advanced skaters. As part of being a full club member, skaters have access to Club Ice time.
Club Ice Time is available exclusively to Full Skating club members. It is offered during the regular season (Sept-April) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00pm-5:30pm and Fridays 5:30pm-6:30pm
Club ice will run each session corresponding with each Learn to Skate Session. Skaters have the option to join club each session for flat fee and may skate any day, any time club ice is offered. Payments can be made here via the website.
For club ice details and contract for the 2021 - 2022 season please click here. Club ice contract must be signed and turned in prior to the skaters first skate of the session.
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All Club Ice participants must be current members to Troy Skating Club. Join or Renew your membership here
The Troy Skating Club Bridge Club is open to any skaters who are Basic 5 and above. The Bridge Club is designed for developing skaters who are taking further interest in the sport of figure skating, and are interested in exploring what more the sport has to offer. Bridge Club skaters meet once a week for 45 min (15 min of free practice time) of group instruction where they work on improving their skating skills, learning new techniques beyond the Learn to Skate USA curriculum as well as about competition, music interpretation, and how to practice independently. This is also a great opportunity for young skaters to develop social relationships with other skaters with similar goals. Many of these skaters have begun taking private lessons, or are considering them.
Skaters can participate in the Bridge Club until they complete their Freeskate levels or take their first USFS Tests. From this point skaters can join Senior Club and move toward exclusively private lessons and any specialty classes.
Bridge Club members are required to have an introductory membership for their first time in Bridge and then a full skating membership there after.