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    Welcome to the Figure Skating Club of Omaha (FSCO), serving the greater Omaha metropolitan area. FSCO is a US Figure Skating member club. Our skaters participate in many events sanctioned by US Figure Skating. FSCO was established in 1939 on the flooded tennis courts of the Omaha Country Club. Today, FSCO is one of the oldest skating clubs in the United States whose membership includes both youth and adults. FSCO's home rink is located at Motto McLean Ice Arena in Hitchcock Park.

    Are you new to figure skating? If you are interested in registering for our Learn to Skate classes, please click here for more information.

Time for our annual Spring ice show – Baby, You’re a Star!

We would like to invite all FSCO members and skaters enrolled in our Learn to Skate program to participate in our annual Spring show, Baby You’re a Star!  Our spring show is the perfect opportunity for your hardworking skaters to show off their talents for friends and family.  All skaters in the show will participate in at least one group number plus the finale.  The ice show will be held on Saturday, April 25th, at 1 pm.  You may pick up an entry form at our Learn to Skate desk or you may download a copy online.  Deadline for paperwork is March 14th, so if you are interested in signing up, please fill out the entry forms and turn them in as soon as possible.  Contact our show directors, Andrea Williamson or John Ivanich, if you have any questions.

Posted in Calendar, Learn to Skate, Rising Stars, Special Events |

Join us for the 2015 Omaha Winter Festival Competition!

Winterfest LogoThe 34th annual Omaha Winter Festival Invitational Figure Skating Competition will be held February 26 through March 2 at Motto McLean ice arena. The Figure Skating Club of Omaha and the Blade & Edge Figure Skating Club co-host the event, a non-qualifying competition that is sanctioned by U.S. Figure Skating.  The Omaha Winter Festival is expecting over 200 competitors, representing five states (NE, IA, KS, MO & TX) and eighteen different skating clubs. In addition, US Figure Skating judges travel from across the nation to judge this event. The Omaha Winter Festival offers events for basic skills through senior level and adult skaters that include free skating, compulsory, spins, jumps, artistic and dance.  Disciplines include singles, pairs, ice dancing and synchronized skating. Admission is free and open to the public, so we welcome everyone to join us this weekend!

If you are interested in volunteering for Winterfest, we have several positions open from Thursday through Sunday. We also have convenient online registration available! Please follow this link to signup:

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot

 

Posted in Calendar, Competitions |

February On-Ice Specialty classes

The Specialty Class program is a rotation of on-ice classes covering spins, jumps, edges, figures, endurance/cardio, and more.  This program is geared toward skaters High Beginner and above that would like to continue training in a group setting.  Participants will be instructed by FSCO Senior level coaching staff.  The Specialty Class will be held every Saturday, 7:30-8:00am, for the months of October through March.

If you have not pre-paid for the session, walk-on price for the on-ice class will be $13/class.

February’s class schedule taught by Coach John will include:

  • Feb. 7 – Edges
  • Feb. 14 – Spins
  • Feb. 21 – Power/Cardio

In addition, we will also hold an off-ice warmup class on Saturdays from 6:55 – 7:25 am as a precursor to the Specialty class. Cost of this class is one green coupon/class.

Posted in Calendar, Specialty Classes |

Learn to Skate and Club ice schedule changes for Monday, February 2nd

Due to inclement weather conditions, we have a change in our ice schedule tomorrow, February 2nd:

  • Due to the rink being closed in the morning, FSCO Club ice (5:30 am – 9:00 am) will be cancelled.
  • Our policy is to cancel Learn to Skate classes when the Omaha School District cancels school due to adverse weather conditions. Therefore, Learn to Skate classes will not be held.
  •  FSCO Club freestyle ice will run as scheduled for private lesson students starting at 5:00 p.m.  Please check with your coach to verify your lesson time.

 

Posted in Calendar, Club ice information, Learn to Skate |
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