What is the club?
Founded in 1997, the North Atlantic Figure Skating Club is a full member club of U.S. Figure Skating with over 100 members, both young and adult, including parents, coaches and judges. Our home ice rink is Family Ice Center located in Falmouth, Maine. We are a 501(c)(3) Not For Profit Corporation dedicated to promoting excellence in all aspects of figure skating. We proudly hosted the 2005 U.S. Figure Skating New England Regional Competition and the 2009 U.S. National Synchronized Skating Championships.
How do I join the club?
It is as simple as filling out the forms. The club is for recreational and competitive skaters, coaches, and non-skaters. We offer two types of membership: Home Club and Associate. Home Club membership types include Full Member, Introductory, Collegiate, and Patron.
Why should I join the club?
Skaters can utilize club ice sessions for extra practice, private coaching, etc.
Skaters can test beyond the basic skills levels
To share a mutual love of skating and support one another at competitions, test sessions, exhibitions, etc.
Exciting events throughout the year to include the Holiday Skate-tacular, the Winter Exhibition, Snowflake Skate and the Annual Ice Show!
The club is run by volunteers who share the same passion and love for skating and want to help maintain a successful and worthwhile club for all skaters
Some non-skaters join the club to support the dream of others and to follow figure skating at the local and national level
What are some of the benefits if I join the club?
The club offers year round practice ice to members
Club members are invited participate in the annual Holiday Skate-tacular, Winter Exhibition and Ice Show
Home club members receive U.S. Figure Skating membership and a subscription to Skating Magazine
All members are welcome to attend monthly meetings and help ensure the success of the club
All members are welcome to attend the Year-end Party where we celebrate all that made the membership year fantastic and where skaters receive recognition for accomplishments throughout the year.
The club also has a scholarship fund for high school seniors that have skated with and supported the club.