Wissahickon Skating Club remains closed as our ability to reopen is controlled by the City of Philadelphia and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and, to date, neither has issued reopening plans for indoor sports and athletic facilities.  When we receive word that we will be permitted to reopen we will notify members via email and the public via this web site.  Our priority at this time is the safety of our membership, staff, and guests, as well as providing clear communication of any further potential scheduling changes. 

Please click here for FAQ’s on the Reopening of WSC and 2020-21 Club Season

Please click here for the 2020 Spring/Summer Schedule Planning Timeline


For over sixty years our Club has been committed to program excellence.  In 1998 Wissahickon Skating Club was the host of the US National Figure Skating Championship held in Philadelphia.  Also in 1998, our most notable hockey alumnus and New York Rangers Stanley Cup Champion Goaltender, Mike Richter, represented the United States in the Olympics.  Richter was also the named the starting goaltender for the US in the 2002 Olympics where he won a Silver Medal.

Since the Club opened its doors in October of 1956, we have been one of only 7 or 8 Skating Clubs in the United States to own its own facility.  This, in itself, is very unique and something our members cherish. WSC is a very special place – a Club that our families call Home.

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Fri., 3/13 until further notice 7:30 pm On Hiatus: Public Group Ice Skating Lessons
Fri., 3/13 until further notice 8:30-10:30 pm On Hiatus: Public Skating Session
Sat., 3/14 until further notice 12:45-2:15 pm On Hiatus: Public Skating Session


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