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Ice Contracts

Winter 1 Ice Contract Begins November 2nd

Winter 1 contract registration is now available. All completed forms must be returned by regular mail to Mike Kaytor postmarked by Friday, October 23rd.
Completed documents required:

  • Contract registration form
  • Signed RFSC Waiver
  • Signed REVISED COVID guidelines form
  • Signed REVISED COVID waiver

**Note** These documents can be completed by printing, signing, scanning, and mailed. 

Signed waivers (REVISED COVID-19 and RFSC Contract) and the signed REVISED COVID-19 guidelines must be included with contract registration, skaters will not be allowed to step onto the ice without a signed waiver in possession of RFSC, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Random coupons and ice trade coupons are back! 
Coupons purchased for Winter II 2020 can be used through the Fall 2020 contract. Random coupons purchased for Spring 2020 can be used through the Winter I 2020 contract.

For any questions, please contact Mike Kaytor ( or 651-253-8492)

Spring - 2020 Ice Contract Registration


  • Please read the Spring mail in registration 
  • Must be POSTMARKED by  Friday, February 21, 2020  
  • If you have any questions or problems with contract purchases, please contact Mike Kaytor ( or 651-253-8492
Contract Posted Date Due Date Time Frame
Fall Ice Contract Early August late August September - late October
Winter I Ice Contract Early October Mid October Late October- Year end.
Winter II Ice Contract Late November Mid December First of the year - early March
Spring Ice Contract Early February Mid February Early March - Early June
Summer Ice Contract Early May Late May June - late August
Membership Late May Late June July 1- June 30 is a Membership year
Ice Show Club Numbers November 1 December 15
Roseville Open Registration March Mid April 3rd weekend in May

Program Design:

Each class the skaters will experience: a dynamic warm-up, a series of plyometric drills and exercises, and a flexibility focused cool-down.

Warm-Up is geared to quickly, yet properly warm up the body & muscles for maximizing the potential gained from the training.

Plyometrics will highlight uses in agility, power, endurance, strength, control, & acceleration/de-acceleration, such targeting help in improving jump & spin techniques & overall skating movement transitions.

Cool-Down is focused to return the body & heart rate back to rest, while relaxing & restoring muscles to such enhance the training completed.

WHO: Open to ALL RFSC club members

WHEN: During Current Contract

WHERE: Ballet room within the indoor skating arena

COST: Per Current Contract

*Payment is due with registration by Current Contract

*Payment details available on the registration form.

REGISTRATION & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: available as attachment & located on the RFSC bulletin board @ rink.

QUESTIONS: Direct to

Ice Contract Documents


10 Week Summer Off Ice YOGA 

Thursday's nights YOGA  5:15 pm - 6:15 pm 

 Please contact Lisa Anne Venne  or Mike Kaytor with questions. 

RFSC Presents Plyometrics Off-Ice Training

If you would like more information on  off ice work out.  Please reach out to Heather Rollinger to design a personal off ice work out.  

*Non Member coaches will be required to provide identification and proof of insurance PRIOR to teaching on RFSC Ice.  To provide this information, please contact: