We’re excited to announce that our Fall Registration is NOW OPEN!

Lessons will start at the Rice Lake Hockey Arena on Sunday, September 10th.  Snow Plow through Basic 6 will be from 5-6pm with Pre-Fre through Free Skate 6 from 5:30-6:30pm and Punch Card Ice from 6:30-7.  The first session will run through October 29th.  Please make sure to register by August 31st.  Lessons at the Cumberland Hockey Arena will most likely start on Monday, November 6th (tentative).

Please reach out with any questions you might have.  See you at the rink!

Our Show Dates for 2024 HAVE BEEN SET!  The show will be on Saturday, March 9th and Sunday, March 10th, so mark your calendars!



Please visit the Northwoods Figure Skating Club Show Information Page for 2022-2023 show wrap up information and for links to download action photos from the show for FREE. Thank you skaters, families, fans and sponsors for a great season! 

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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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