We will be having an open Ice Show costume meeting on Tuesday, November 21st from 5-7pm.
Parents are welcome to attend and look through books and make suggestions for costumes.
If you are planning to attend, please RSVP with the link below.
Costume Meeting RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfnJKZLaUxu5l9PLsvSdB-Xj7vXguaglTRTgtMi5VSwV98ibA/viewform
Great job to all the skaters and a big thank you for supporting and encouraging each other. Below are the results from tryouts.
Continue reading “Ice Show 2024: Tryout Results”
This Year’s Ice Show themed Toyland: A Skating Spectacular will be April 6th and 7th 2024.
As members of the Crystal Ice Figure Skating Club, your skater has the opportunity to try out for additional numbers in the show, which include solo’s and specialty numbers (small group numbers). A club skater is able to skate in a large group number and the Opening Number without participating in ice show tryouts.
Tryouts will take place on November 12th from 9:00-11:30am at the K.B. Willett Ice Arena.
Continue reading “Ice Show 2024: Theme & Tryout Information (Nov 12, 2023)”
Membership Registration Deadline is June 11.
Please complete this document to renew your membership for the 2023-2024 season. Pay close attention to section 5, which will take you to our waivers and conduct forms.
This MUST be completed before your skater is eligible for any ice in July and August.
Continue reading “Club Updates / Reminders: Early Summer 2023”
Please use this link to view and purchase pictures from Ice Show Weekend. Thank you to Nick Lindsey for capturing these amazing images of our skaters.
THANK YOU to our volunteers for stepping up and filling those slots. Below are a list of volunteers. If you are unsure what your role entails, email me and I will give you a rundown.
Continue reading “Ice Show 2023: Volunteer List / Information”
All volunteers, please pick a name tag up from the ticket table on the West end of the building. This is how we will track volunteer attendance. If your partner hasn’t shown up, please let a board member know and we will help you out.
We are still in need of a few more volunteers for Ice Show Weekend. Please consider signing up: https://signup.com/go/GeowPHO
Volunteers should stop by the ticket table on the West end of the building and pick up their volunteer name tag. Volunteers helping backstage (skate shop, Zamboni end, and freestyle locker rooms) DO NOT need a ticket for that show. All other volunteers will need a ticket.
Rehearsals resume this Sunday, March 26th. Please refer to your rehearsal schedule.
Technical and Dress Rehearsals are mandatory. For an explanation of how these nights will be run, please review the following posts:
We can’t wait to see the skaters hit the ice. They have been working incredibly hard!
There will be open freestyle this week on
- Monday 3/20 – 9:30am to 10:15am
- Wednesday 3/22 – 9:30am to 10:15am
- Friday 3/24 – 9:30am to 10:15am
Skaters who have passed a minimum of Pre-Free Skate are able to skate during this time. Admission will be $5 per skater.
Each group will have the opportunity to skate through their routines twice. We will be utilizing theatrical lighting throughout the night. Younger groups are scheduled earlier in the evening, with our older groups towards the end of the night. Skaters do not wear their costumes for technical rehearsal. Learn to Skate groups (Teddy Bear-Basic 6) will sit with their groups on the bottom bleacher by their group sign prior to skating their routine. Freestyle Skaters may utilize the west entrance space and bleachers to gather. We will announce throughout the night when each number is free to leave for the evening.
Continue reading “Ice Show 2023: Technical Rehearsal (Thur. 3/30)”
All skaters must be at the rink and in their costumes, ready to go. Teddy Bear-Basic 6 skaters will be seated on the bottom bleachers with their groups and are encouraged to watch the show. Freestyle skaters (Glee Club, Cruisin for a Bruisin, Detention, and Footloose) will utilize locker rooms (Spash locker room and locker room 5) to change. ALL SKATERS MUST HAVE THEIR SKATES ON AND READY TO TAKE THE ICE AT 5PM. We will be staging our Finale at this time and will have all skaters take the ice (skaters may wear jackets on the ice during this time to stay warm). After we go through the finale, we will run through the entire show in the order below. All numbers will skate once. One night and two-night soloists will skate back to back. You are not required to stay the entire evening after your skater has skated their routines.
Continue reading “Ice Show 2023: Dress Rehearsal (Fri. 3/31)”