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Ice Skating Lessons

Newton Parks and Recreation and the Bay State Ice Skating School
RECREATIONAL, FIGURE OR HOCKEY
For Ages 4.5 to Adult
Recreational, Figure, or Hockey
Helmets are mandatory for age 4.5 -9 yrs. And recommended for all students
**Must Provide Your Own Single Blade Ice Skates**

Brochure
If the class you would like to register for, has already started, please call 617.796.1510 to register. 

The Newton Parks and Recreation Department in conjunction with the Bay State Ice Skating School have once again combined to provide Ice Skating Lessons to the Residents of Newton.  Thie information below are policies of the Bay State Ice Skating School.

Policies
Bay State Skating School is not responsible for any changes in time, location or cancellation of classes beyond our control.
Bay State Skating School, its directors, officers, instructors, assistants and other staff will not be held responsible for any injuries sustained by students in its program of lessons.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to class time to lace skates and be on the ice at the the start of each class.
This is not a drop-off program.

Classes
Class includes a 25 minute lesson and a 25 minute practice.
NO refunds, transfers, or make-up classes.
$25 charge for any returned checks.
Any photos taken during classes may be used for marketing of these programs
Only registered skaters are allowed on the ice.
Skating helmets required for children ages 4 - 9 and strongly recommended for all students.
No gum chewing, eating or playing games on the ice.

Storm Cancellations
Class is cancelled only when the rink is closed. 
Cancellation announcements are aired on radio WRKO(680) and on TV 5(ABC) and on TV 7(NBC) web site www.whdh.com.
Cancellation information is posted on our website home page and may also be accessed by calling our office phone. 

Skate Information 
You must supply your own skates.
Use sharpened figure or hockey skates.
No double runners.
Skates must fit for current season.
Skates that are big hinder progress.
Use sturdy skates for support.
Pull laces tight at the ankles.
Ankles should be up straight not tipping in or out.
Do not walk on cement without skate guards. 

Proper Attire 
Wear only 1 pair of light or medium socks.
Wear warm and comfortable clothes.
Hat, gloves or mittens recommended.


Register on-line