REGISTRATION FOR BADGE CLASSES HAS CLOSED.  If you are interested in any spaces that might be available, please contact us at

Use the Practice Ice Registration button to sign up for practice ice during LTS days.  We are running sessions from 4:50-5:15pm, 5:15-5:40pm, 5:40-6:05pm, and 6:15-7:00pm.

WINTER 2021 LTS SESSION WILL RUN THURSDAY 1/7/21 - 2/25/21 (make up day will be 3/4/21 if needed)

We will be offering Pre-Free Skate - Free Skate 6 and Adult classes under the LTS USA badge program; specialty classes for spins and synchro skills; and 3 sessions of practice ice that will be open to skaters who are Basic 5 badge level and higher.

All participants in the Winter 2021 LTS session will be required to fill out an acknowledgement of procedures and release of liability waiver as well as complete a daily screening EACH DAY they plan to attend LTS sessions.


  • Classes will be held on Thursdays from January 7-February 25, 2021
  • All participants in the Winter 2021 LTS session (including practice ice) will be required to fill out an acknowledgement of procedures and release of liability waiver as well as complete a daily screening EACH DAY of attendance
  • Face Coverings are mandatory at all times inside the building and on the ice
  • Rental skates WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE
  • All Pre-Free Skate-Free Skate 6 and adult classes as well as Synchro Skills and Spin Clinic will not be pro-rated for late registrations or any missed classes
  • Spin Clinic participants must be Free Skate 5 or higher
  • Skaters can pre-register for practice ice sessions on a weekly, individual class basis on the Entryeeze site under the "Winter 2021-LTS Practice Ice Pre-registration" contract


Contact Caryn Bickerstaff, Program Coordinator at or Kristin Andrews, Skating Coordinator at

To our Snowplow Sam and Basic 1-6 skaters:

While we can't offer badge classes for the winter session due to current covid restrictions (we are super sad too!!!),  we would love for you all to get involved again in the 2021 ice show which will happen before the late April spring session begins.  This won't be traditional classes but will be four weeks of learning and growing in skating and then a chance to show off what you learn in the ice show currently scheduled to be held the weekend of April 10 and 11.  It's not the same we know...but it is a chance to get back on the ice and have some fun!  Scoot over to the ice show page and check it out!

**We are all striving to provide a happy and fun experience in a safe and healthy environment.  You will be expected to abide by all NAFSC, Family Ice Center, and State of Maine rules, policies, and procedures in order to participate.  NAFSC reserves the right to terminate participation without refund for blatant disregard of these rules, policies, and procedures.



Learn to Skate USA Program:

You can learn more about the Learn to Skate badge program at  Designed by U.S. Figure Skating, the Learn To Skate USA Program is a top-quality ice skating program that serves the needs of both the recreational and competitive skater.  The curriculum is designed to keep skaters enthusiastic about learning from the time they begin lessons until the time they reach their goals.  The entire program has special classes for all facets of skating including free skate, pairs, synchronized skating, Artistry in Motion, hockey skills, and so much more.  Whether the goal is to achieve Olympic fame or simply enjoy the recreational benefits of skating, the Learn to Skate USA Program is the perfect place to start!

Find out more about your role as a Learn to Skate USA Parent at the website!

Registered Learn to Skate USA skaters will receive:
  • An official Learn to Skate USA membership card
  • A brightly colored record book with stickers to track progress
  • Sport accident insurance
  • General information about ice skating
  • Learn to Skate USA The Magazine
  • Access to the Kids page and resources on the Learn to Skate USA website
The North Atlantic Figure Skating Club's Learn to Skate USA Program is professionally designed to:
  • Provide a fun and safe skating experience for all levels of skaters, from beginners to advanced skaters.
  • Teach correct technique of basic skating elements.
  • Give participants the skills necessary to either skate for fun or move competently into the U.S. Figure Skating advanced test and/or competitive structure.
  • Promote health and physical fitness.
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Group skating lessons are offered during five sessions from September through June on Thursday afternoons and Saturday mornings. All classes are taught at Family Ice Center in Falmouth, Maine and are taught by professional instructors/coaches certified by U.S. Figure Skating with assistance from NAFSC Jr. Coaches. Skaters are divided into groups by age and ability. Skaters will be tested as they progress through the program.

Each LTS registration with the NAFSC Learn to Skate USA includes the $16 membership fee for the Learn to Skate USA Basic Skills Membership.

If you have comments or questions regarding the NAFSC Learn to Skate USA program, please contact us using the form below.

A few reminders:

  • We are not able to pro-rate our badge classes.
  • Check with the Skating Coordinator for what specialty classes and/or practice ice are open for walk ons!
  • Practice Ice is for skaters level Pre-Free Skate and higher (unless otherwise designated). There will be no 1/2 sessions. You can pre-register or walk-on. Ice is considered LTS ice and thus punch cards/ice credits will not be accepted and sessions will not count toward ice show and incentive program sessions.
  • Registrations must be received and paid in full prior to the first skating day of session.
  • There will be a $10 late fee per skater for registrations not received by the deadline. Please pre-register!
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Get In Touch With Us:

Mailing Address

PO Box 6052
Falmouth, ME04105

Club Location

Family Ice Center
20 Hat Trick Dr 2nd Floor
Falmouth, ME04105