Jun
10
Fri
Spring Skating Exhibition! @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jun 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Jun
20
Mon
WSC June Hockey Skills Camp @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jun 20 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Jun
21
Tue
WSC June Hockey Skills Camp @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jun 21 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Jun
22
Wed
WSC June Hockey Skills Camp @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jun 22 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Jun
23
Thu
WSC June Hockey Skills Camp @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jun 23 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Jul
18
Mon
WSC/Colgate Summer Hockey School @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jul 18 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Jul
19
Tue
WSC/Colgate Summer Hockey School @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jul 19 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Jul
20
Wed
WSC/Colgate Summer Hockey School @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jul 20 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Jul
21
Thu
WSC/Colgate Summer Hockey School @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Jul 21 @ 8:30 am – 4:45 pm
Aug
15
Mon
2022 Get the Edge Summer Figure Skating Camp @ Wissahickon Skating Club
Aug 15 @ 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
2022 Get the Edge Summer Figure Skating Camp @ Wissahickon Skating Club

Description

2022 Get the Edge Summer Figure Skating Camp
Click Here to Register!

About Our Camp

Whether you skate for fun or aspire to improve your skating skills for individual or team competitions, Get the Edge Summer Figure Skating Camp can help you reach your personal skating goals.  Our staff of highly qualified coaches are trained in all disciplines of figure skating and are here to help you to improve your skills in a nurturing environment encouraging fun and safety while challenging skaters to take chances and try some new techniques.  This camp is designed for skaters ages 7 to 14 who are comfortable on the ice skating forwards and backwards. We recommend skaters be at least Basic Skills Level II or beyond.

Program Fees and Discounts:

1st child: $350.00

Each additional sibling: $325.00

Cancellation Policy

We understand that sometimes unforeseen events arise.  If you cancel before July 31st, you will receive all but a $75 administrative fee back.  There are no refunds after July 31st.

Grouping

Skaters will be divided based on a combination of their age and their skating ability.  At the onset of the first on-ice session, all skaters will be evaluated and placed into their age/skill-appropriate group. Depending on enrollment, we will strive to have three on-ice levels (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced) so that all skaters can be both comfortable and challenged according to what they can handle and wish to learn.  Skaters will be moved up or back upon request throughout the week as long as the instructors and the skater are comfortable with the level change.

Our Facility

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, at this time (February 2022), all locker rooms will be closed.  If locker rooms are still shutdown by the time camp runs, chairs will be located every six feet around the perimeter of the rink that will be used for tying skates and leaving backpacks and personal items.  Wissahickon Skating Club was newly renovated in 2019 and has one state of the art ice surface, a very large upstairs lounge for off-ice conditioning, dance and recreational activities, a heated lunchroom (TBD pending Covid situation) and several heated spacious locker rooms (potentially won’t be used) and bathroom facilities.  All skaters are welcome to use our rental skates for no additional fee for the entire week of the camp.  

What To Bring/How to Dress

  • A yoga or pilates mat for off-ice stretch and dance
  • Sneakers and comfortable clothing for skating and dance or exercise (NO FLIP FLOPS PLEASE!)
  • Camper’s own water bottle with name or disposable, and if desired, a snack – skaters MUST cleanup all wrappers and remove any debris themselves. A formal lunch and/or snack is not provided.
  • Layered clothing, light gloves, thin socks, light jacket.

The Program

Camp begins each day with 30-45 minutes of off-ice warm-up consisting of either a dance, stretch, or strength and conditioning class run by a dance or exercise professional.  After the first off-ice session, groups will then alternate between on and off-ice classes.

The Schedule

Our regular camp program will run Monday, August 15-Friday, August 19 from 8:30 to 1:00 daily. Skaters will move from topic to topic throughout the day with their assigned group and leader.  Off and on-ice supervision is provided. Skate tying assistance can be requested although we encourage all skaters to tie their own skates due to social distancing.  Please call 215-247-1759, ext. 28 for more information.