Figure Skating Registration

Welcome to the 2023-2024 ERRA Figure Skating Registration!

This registration session will allow you to complete contact information, sign up for participation, and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. 

New this year, both the ERRA ice fees and ERFSC lesson fees are combined together here on Crossbar. Payment can be made in full or with the designated payment plan offered by the ERRA.

Payment is due in full by December 1st if utilizing the payment plan option.

In person registration is scheduled for September 27, 2023 from 5:00pm- 7:00pm in the Dome lobby. You do not need to attend the in-person date if you register with the link.

All new figure skating patents to the club are required to attend the Parent Night meeting on Wednesday, September 27th at 6:00 p.m. Important information will be shared and this is a great opportunity to get any questions you may have answered. Returning parents are also welcome to attend. 

Associate Memberships Now Available

The Eagle River Figure Skating Club is now offering an associate membership to any skater who belongs to another figure skating club, and who is in good standing. The associate membership allows a skater to be on the ice during the allotted dates and times in the session purchased.

Associate Members Session 2 Ice Schedule:

January 5th 7-9p.m.


January 19th 7-9p.m.

January 26th 7-9p.m.

February 2nd 7-9p.m.

February 9th 7-9p.m.

February 16th 7-9 p.m.

February 23rd 7-9 p.m. 

Associate Member Registration Fee: $50

Winter Session 2 Associate Member Ice Fees: $120


What aged players are appropriate for this program?

Skaters ages 3-18


What time of the year does this program run?

October 1, 2023- April 14, 2024


Where are practices and games typically held?

Practices are held both in the Dome and the Cube next door


When are practices and how often are they?

Lessons are on Sunday nights and Wednesday nights

There is also ice on Friday nights for additional practice or private lessons

Dress Code

What is appropriate skate attire? How can I be prepared?

Ice is cold; therefore, the rink will be cold. The best way to dress for ice skating, as any other winter sport, is in thin layers. Perhaps the most important item to mention is how to keep feet warm. DON’T wear extra socks inside the skate! This will squeeze the toes and only make them colder. Also remember to wear mittens or stretchy gloves. The most appropriate attire you can wear of course is skating apparel. It is designed for the sport in a way that street clothes are not. Please wear gloves or mittens - no hands inside sleeves.

Silver Blades Ice Show

The ERFSC produces an ice show every spring in which all the skaters may participate in. An Ice Show fee of $40.00 is required from Snow Plow Sam skaters and additional fees apply to Junior, Intermediate and Senior skaters for feature number costumes. 

Got Questions?

Contact the Eagle River Figure Skating Club directly by emailing:

2023-2024 FS Registration

Register today for the 2023-2024 Winter Figure Skating Season!

Snow Plow Sam

Basic 1-6




Associate Memberships also available

For registration questions please contact the ERFSC club:

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