Spring and summer skating opportunities in Wisconsin Rapids, WI. (Click on their "Learn to Skate" tab for group basic skills lesson opportunities)
Spring and summer skating opportunities in Wausau, WI. (NO SPRING 2016 ICE)
Useful information about the rink, including ice schedules.
Site for the Fox Valley Competition
Host of a mini-camp in April and summer skating opportunities in Rhinelander, WI.
* THE SPRING/SUMMER SKATING OPPORTUNITIES LINKED VIA OUR WEBSITE ARE NOT ENDORSED BY MARSHFIELD SILVER LACES FIGURE SKATING CLUB(MSLFSC), BUT ARE RATHER A LISTING OF AVAILABLE SKATING OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN REASONABLE DRIVING DISTANCE FROM MARSHFIELD WHICH HAVE BEEN ATTENDED IN PREVIOUS YEARS BY SILVER LACES’ MEMBERS AND/OR ITS COACHES. This list was compiled solely for convenience of skaters and families requesting information about spring/summer skating opportunities. It is by no means, a complete listing of everything available; and, participation is strictly optional.
Figure skating club in Mosinee, WI, and host of the Badger State Games for figure skating.
Figure Skating Club in Stevens Point, WI.
Host of mini-camps throughout the year and an annual summer camp as well as several USFSA test sessions.
Lakeland FSC in Minocqua, WI, hosts an annual summer skating camp and USFSA test session.
Shattuck St. Mary's is a boarding school in Faribault, MN. Admitted students skate year-round. In addition, Shattuck St. Mary's offers and annual summer skating camp.
Click on above link for a boarding skating camp near Spooner, WI.
Click on above link for information regarding skating opportunities in Houghton, MI.
Click on above link for information regarding a boarding skating camp near Spooner, WI.
SKATERS PASSING ANY LEVEL (S) THIS SPRING OR SUMMER MUST
SUBMIT DOCUMENTATION TO Lisa Berg, PRESIDENT OF
MSLFSC, FOR EACH LEVEL PASSED. Please also note, if a skater does not show the necessary skills at our club this coming fall, the skater may have to return to a more appropriate level. Some figure skating clubs pass their skaters too easily during the summer, causing problems for the skater when they begin skating at the higher level. Not being able to consistently perform all elements within a skating level affects not only the skater’s safety, but also their ability to add-on to skills already learned.
Documentation for levels passed this spring and summer
can be mailed to:
PO Box 222
Marshfield, WI 54449
Attn: Lisa Berg