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Activities

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public skating

Sessions are open to people of all ages and ability levels – skate today! Paramount Iceland’s public skating sessions are available year-round. Cool off during the summer heat or celebrate the season with winter’s chill in the air! Our staff will help make your experience memorable. Whether you are skating on your own or bringing a group of friends, the facility will provide a comfortable location for your recreation and entertainment. Non-skaters in the group can enjoy the experience watching from our heated seating area, or from our enclosed game room.

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hockey

Beginning Hockey School Program

Future hockey skaters can get started in our Beginning Hockey Skating School classes. This class is progressive allowing skaters to join at any time during the semester. Skaters will learn the basic skating skills of gliding, stopping, turning and skating backwards. Please call for more information regarding times and pricing.

IN HOUSE HOCKEY PROGRAM (SEE BELOW FOR IN HOUSE DETAILS)
The In House Saturday mornings (8:00 am to 8:45 am) for 12 weeks and Hockey Tech for intermediate to novice players (twice a week for 12 weeks) on Saturdays from 8:00 am to 9:00 am and Mondays from 5:45 pm to 6:45 pm.

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parties on ice

Parties at Paramount Iceland are full packed with entertainment and recreation for the whole group. We’ve already planned out the perfect party for you. Forget the hassles of preparation and clean up, because we will handle the details for you.

Your party package includes two full hours in one of our festively decorated private party rooms, 15 admissions to skate (additional skaters $11.00 each), 15 party invitations and a gift for the birthday person. Parties are scheduled for skating during our public sessions only.

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recreational and competitive skating

Our learn to skate program is designed to provide structure for recreational and/or competitive skating. We offer Learn to Skate USA curriculum that provides basic technique ensuring the foundation for recreational and competitive skating. Our coaches are required to pass national background checks. They are experienced, certified and trained to design goals for your child’s success in Figure Skating.

Skaters wishing to advance into a competitive figure skating program are directed toward US Figure Skating. Our staff is experienced in both recreational and competitive figure skating. Iceland is an administrative member and also supports the Ice Skating Institute.

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learn to skate

 

Our skating classes offer group classes for all ages and levels.

Paramount Iceland’s enthusiastic and dedicated coaching staff encourages skaters of all ages and all levels to have fun while learning the basic skills associated with ice skating. We use the Learn to Skate USA curriculum. Our instructors work as a team with a common goal of promoting the wonderful sport of ice skating. We encourage and reward skaters as they advance through our skating school structure. In class, skaters learn skills from each level. We offer additional practice times where skaters make new friends while improving their skills. We encourage group participation in shows, recitals, and competitions for all levels and all ages. Our skating school pipeline will direct skaters toward the style of skating they most enjoy. We offer Singles Skating, Synchronized Skating teams, Ice Dancing, and Ice Hockey.

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broomball

It’s like hockey, with no skates! Broomball is a game played on the ice in your sneakers, with short broomsticks, a small rubber ball, and hockey goals. Don’t worry – the ice is chopped up and snowy so you can run on it! It’s a great outing for Church groups, Schools, Companies or private groups. You can even listen to your own music while you play. No skating skill necessary!

Equipment

We provide sticks (currently for 40), hockey nets, ball & scrimmage vests to divide teams — YOU provide the fun!

Please wear rubber-soled shoes or boots. And bring a helmet, if you desire — the arena does not provide them. You will want to encourage your participants to wear warm, comfortable clothing and to bring protective gear.

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