What are your hours? The Club office is open during club ice. For specific times, please see the club ice schedule. Do I need to be a member to skate on the Club’s ice? A skater does not have to be a member of the North Atlantic Figure Skating Club (NAFSC) in order to skate on club ice. The only requirement is either a U.S. Figure Skating membership or a Learn to Skate USA membership. Do I need to call ahead if I want to skate on a session? We do not take pre-registration, phone calls, emails, etc. to sign up for sessions. Check-in will take place in the NAFSC office before club ice. However, there is a hierarchy for checking in. Please see the Club Ice check in guidelines for check-in priority and procedures. Are you closing because of inclement weather? NAFSC will post all cancellations/delays through the following channels: NAFSC website (announcement bar at the top of the page and the Notifications page), Facebook, Channel 8 WMTW, Channel 6 WCSH, and the club voicemail (if unable to reach office to reset, this will not be updated). Do you recommend coaches? For help finding the right coach, please visit the Hiring a Private Coach page on the U.S. Figure Skating website. For information and contacts for our staff coaches, please visit the COACHES page. Can I coach if I’m not a member or staff coach? Yes. Guest coaches are allowed on our club ice sessions. Guest coaches from outside of Maine will incur an $18 per session fee. In order to guest coach, you must supply the following: Proof of liability insurance S. Figure Skating Coaching Compliance Card Proof of U.S. Figure Skating Membership Proof of Professional Skaters Association Membership Copy of CER Certifications How can I buy tickets to an event or register for a seminar? All information can be found on the NAFSC website under the corresponding drop down for the event you are interested in. When are the test dates? Free Skate, Moves in the Field, and Dance tests are held twice a year in June and November. For more information, visit the Test Schedules page.