Cutting Eedge Skating Association presents their 17th Annual Ice Show
— Minnesota N’Ice
Sunday, March 24, 2013 1:00 PM
Lichtscheidl Arena, Forest Lake
Tickets: $5.00 each, ages 5 and up, available at the door
Participants must register by February 16th.
CESA Winter Saturday Morning Lessons!!
Registration can be done at lessons!!
Come join the fun!
|Class Time||Group||Practice Ice|
|9:10-9:40||Ice Show Skills||N/A|
|9:10-9:40||Beta, Gama, Delta||9:40-10:10|
|9:40-10:10||Alpha & Pre-Alpha||10:10-10:40|
|10:10-10:35||Tots 3 & 4||10:35-11:00|
|10:35-11:00||Tots 1 & 2||10:10-10:35|
Ice Show Skills class for Freestyle Skaters! 30 minutes directed show skills instruction and practice from 9:10 to 9:40. Cost is only $50 / $5 per session !! Let us know if you are interested.
Hockey Skills! We are offering Hockey Skills instruction upon request - enrollment is limited - let us know if you are interested. Cost / registration are the same as regular lessons.
Winter 2013 Registration Brochure (Printable .pdf )
FLAAA Sports Center
Information about the FLAAA Sports Center is available through the Forest Lake Athletic Association. "Welcome to the North Metro's newest skating facility. We have one year-round rink and another in-season rink that can be rented for turf sports and shows in the spring and summer. Both rinks feature a toasty second-floor viewing area."
FLAAA Sports Center - Field House and Lichtscheidl Arena.
More Information About CESA!
CESA is an all volunteer organization! We welcome parent and family volunteers! Parents who wish to volunteer on the ice must wear skates (no street shoes are allowed on the ice for safety reasons.)
We welcome parent and family participation! Unlike other skating organizations, CESA permits parents, grandparents and siblings to skate (for a small $5.00 fee) during lesson and practice times. And, if there is sufficient room on the ice, we allow our skaters to stay on the ice, after their lessons and practice time have expired. This is a unique feature of our program!
All students, especially those at Gamma level and above are encouraged to stay on the ice after their lessons and help with the tots. We find that the older children really enjoy helping the younger students get adjusted. They also get the added benefit of the 1/2 hour of extra practice ice time while the Tots are in their lessons! This is something that is not available with any other skating program in the Twin Cities.
We strongly encourage parents and siblings to put on their skates and join us! This is one of the things that makes CESA a very special program!