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Nov/Dec Cumberland & Rice Lake Session Info


*If your skater plans on skating in the 2023 show, they must skate this session and next session.

Our next session registration for Rice Lake AND for Cumberland is now open!  Please visit the following link to sign up!  Registration will close November 1st. Rice Lake Session:  Sunday nights November 6th-December 18th with Snow Plow-Basic Skills 5-6pm, Pre-Free to Free Skate6  5:30-6:30pm and Free Style/Punch Card Ice 6:30-7pm.

Cumberland Session:  Monday nights November 7th-December 19th with Snow Plow-Basic Skills 6:30-7:30pm, Pre-Free to Free Skate6  7-8pm and Free Style/Punch Card Ice 8-8:30pm.

**Please keep in mind that if your skater would like to participate in the Show 2023 (March 11-12), they will need to skate at one of our locations during the session November-December as well as the January session.  This is an absolute requirement that they complete the two sessions prior to show practice.



We are in need of Rink Coordinators for both Rice Lake and Cumberland for the upcoming session.  You may have noticed that you see a lot of the same faces at the check-in desk from week to week if you’re currently skating.  As communicated previously, if all families are not taking their turn, we may have to re-instate our volunteering buyout of $50/session and no one wants to do that.  Attached, please find the volunteer sign-up for the upcoming session for both Rice Lake and Cumberland.  Please respond and let me know what location/date/time you can volunteer for.  This is a very simple activity and if you’re already at the rink, it will make your hour go even faster.  Thank you in advance.



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Welcome to the Northwoods Figure Skating Club!

The Northwoods Figure Skating Club (NFSC) is a non-profit, non-stock incorporated organization whose purpose is to encourage instruction, practice and advancement of its members in all types of figure skating and basic hockey skating concepts. NFSC was founded in 1989 and skates at the Cumberland and Rice Lake Hockey Arenas.

NFSC is an official member of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA), the governing body of amateur skating in the United States. This association entitles the local skaters to conduct and participate in official USFSA test sessions, competitions and ice shows.

Along with taking lessons with NFSC, many of our skaters participate in USFSA testing and competitions. Our Free Style skaters have a strong presence at the Northland Competition in Duluth, Roseville Competition, Maplewood Classic, Eau Claire Competition and many more!

NFSC accepts skaters throughout the year. Our club consists of all skill levels from ages 4 and up. We are always looking to grow our participation in the club. Questions regarding the NFSC can be directed to



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