Laurel Ridge Skating Club, Ridgefield, Connecticut

Laurel Ridge Skating Club (LRSC) has been a member of the United
States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) since 1974.  Laurel Ridge is a
non-profit organization that depends heavily on volunteers to make it
work and keep our costs affordable.  Our principal skating location is
now at Danbury Ice Arena, located at One Independence Way, Danbury,
CT.  Laurel Ridge is also affiliated with Rinks at Shelton at 784 River Road
in Shelton.

Laurel Ridge provides an environment for your skater to reach their
highest skating ability.  Once the skater has progressed beyond group
lessons, Laurel Ridge offers coaches for private instruction for the skater
in Freestyle and Moves in the Field.  The skater may choose to test in
these areas with our club USFSA sanctioned test sessions at both the
Danbury and Shelton locations.  Skaters are invited to present their skills
in front of a panel of judges for evaluation and movement to higher
competitive classifications. As a member, they will have an opportunity to
meet fellow figure skaters and partake in our annual skating show.  
Laurel Ridge skaters are also invited to participate in the “Toys for Tots”
show located at the Danbury Ice Arena during the holiday season.

Skaters seeking group lessons must contact the Danbury Ice Rink and
Rinks at Shelton for availability.  This program is run separately from
Laurel Ridge Skating Club.

The Laurel Ridge Skating Club is governed by a Board of Directors, in
accordance with USFSA rules and regulations.  Board meetings are held
once a month and are open to all members.

Laurel Ridge Skating Club is a separate entity from the Danbury Ice
Arena and the Rinks at Shelton.  We have our own set of regulations we
must abide by set forth by the USFSA.
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