WE ARE SO EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE 2020 SNOWFLAKE SKATE COMPETITION TO BE HELD AT FAMILY ICE ARENA IN FALMOUTH, MAINE ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2020!

THERE ARE SOME GREAT CHANGES TAKING PLACE THIS YEAR TO THE COMPETITION! NOT ONLY WILL WE HAVE THE SAME GREAT COMPETEUSA EVENTS THAT WE ALWAYS HAVE, BUT WE ARE EXTENDING THIS TO AN OPEN/NON-QUALIFYING COMPETITION AND BRINGING IN SOME NEW EVENTS. WE ARE SO EXCITED ABOUT THESE CHANGES AND CAN’T WAIT TO SEE EVERYONE ON THE ICE ON 2/9/20!

WE ARE ACCEPTING LATE ENTRIES THROUGH 1/17/2020!

LATE FEE:  $25

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EVENT ADDITIONS/CHANGES FOR THE 2020 COMPETITION:

  • * Added: Compulsory Moves Pre-Juvenile-Senior
  • * Added: Excel Free Skate Pre-Juvenile-Senior
  • * Added: Adult Compulsory Moves Silver
  • * Added: Adult Well Balanced Free Skate Silver
  • * Added: Solo Pattern Dance Bronze-Pre-Gold
  • * Added: Adult Spins and Jumps Challenges Silver
  • * Changed: Team Compulsories will only be for Snowplow Sam 1-3, Basic 4-6, and PFS-FS6
Reminder

Beginner, High Beginner, No-Test, Pre-Preliminary, & Pre-Bronze levels require a current Learn to Skate USA and/or U.S. Figure Skating full membership. All other levels require a current full U.S. Figure Skating Membership.

**If you are competing in a Compete USA eligible event at Beginner, High Beginner, No-Test, Pre-Preliminary, and/or Pre-Bronze levels and do not currently have a valid Learn to Skate USA membership through NAFSC or another program or a U.S. Figure Skating membership through another club or as an individual, you may sign up at www.learntoskateusa.com or contact us at nafscsnowflakeskate@gmail.com and we will initiate a sign up under the NAFSC Learn to Skate USA program.

Since 1999, the NAFSC has hosted our annual Snowflake Skate CompeteUSA Competition at the Family Ice Arena. Held each winter in January or February, this is a fun and wonderful opportunity for skaters to show their skills in their home rink. The competition is warm and friendly and every one receives and award.

The Snowflake Skate competition is open to all skaters who are current eligible members of either the U.S. Figure Skating Learn to Skate USA Program (at NAFSC or another club) and/or are full members of U.S. Figure Skating. All Snowplow Sam and Basic Skills skaters through Basic 6 must skate at highest level passed or one level higher and no official U.S. Figure Skating tests may have been passed including MIF or individual dances. For the Free Skate Program events, eligibility will be based only upon highest free skate test level passed and skaters may test at highest level passed or one level higher but not both levels in the same event during the same competition.

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The following events are examples of what is offered (please note that they are subject to change each year):
  • Basic Element (no music) and Programs with Music for Snowplow Sam 1-Basic 6
  • Compulsory and Program events for Pre-Free Skate - Free Skate 6
  • Test Track and Well Balanced Compulsory Moves for Beginner, High Beginner, No Test, Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary
  • Test Track Free Skate for Beginner, High Beginner, Pre-Preliminary, and Preliminary
  • Well Balanced Program Free Skate for No Test, Pre-Preliminary, and Preliminary
  • Solo Pattern Dance for Preliminary (Canasta Tango & Rhythm Blues) and Pre-Bronze (Cha Cha & Swing)
  • Adult Events (compulsories, Adult 1-6 free skate, pre-bronze and Bronze)
  • Beginner Synchronized Skating (Beginner 1, 2, 3)