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The WCFSC will have their 25th Annual Ice Show on April 12th at 6:30 PM and April 13th at 3:00 PM at the Rough Rider Center. The theme is The Eras Tour: WCFSC Edition with 2 guest skaters!! 

2023-2024 SCHEDULE

Practice are held on the Community Rink at the Rough Rider Center.​​​​​​

Learn to Skate Coach Kira Stenehjem Noll

Teddy Bear

Tuesdays 5:15PM - 5:45 PM

Learn to Skate 1-3

Tuesday & Thursday 5:15PM - 6PM

Learn to Skate 4-6

Tuesday & Thursday 5:15PM - 6:15PM


Tuesday & Thursday 5:15PM - 6:15PM

Sundays with Advanced 5:45PM-7:00PM


Sundays 4:15PM - 5:30PM

Wednesdays 4PM - 5:15PM

Thursdays 6:00AM - 7:30AM 

Please remember to dress your child in warm clothes. We highly recommend a hat and gloves along with a jacket. Helmets are allowed/encouraged. As a parent you are responsible for helping your child get dressed and get their skates on and tied it’s not up to the coaches to do that.

The skaters will also need skate guards to walk to the ice. They can be purchased on Amazon or at Scheels.


We are also asking you get your child to practice and ready on time since we only have a short time on the ice! With that being said your skater should be to the rink, should have went to the bathroom,  dressed warm and have their skates on at least 5 minutes before practice.

There will be many updates throughout the season so please make sure to check the Facebook page, SportsEngine, your email (Please double check the email address you have provided as this is the email used for SportsEngine as well), we will also have information posted on the bulletin board downstairs by the skate rental area.

We are looking forward to a great season!


We strive to provide an inviting environment and our program is built on instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of our members in all aspects of figure skating in accordance with the United States Figure Skating.  WCFSC is a non-profit organization committed to providing the resources necessary to help figure skaters of all levels achieve their goals.  The club's Board of Directors oversees the clubs financials and monitors all club programs.  

What is Learn to Skate? 

Learn to Skate provides the basic fundamentals for figure skating. There is room to grow from Levels 1-Bridging. Bridging being the level for Advanced. 

What is Advanced? 
Advanced is our "elite" team. They strive through the year to compete at competitions, test moves and dances, as well as skate at our annual Ice Show. Figure Skating is more than our Ice Show. Once you get to Advanced, your practice relies solely on your dedication to the sport. Moves in the Field and Dances are goals we want our skaters to achieve to progress in their career.