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Skate the Summer Away

With the summer season drawing closer, our arenas will be hosts to camps and clinics to skaters of all ages. This year, programs will kick off the week of June 19 and finish the week of August 21st. Check below for what each rink will be offering this summer season and sign up today. We hope to […]

Prevent skating injuries with these tips!

Prevent skating injuries with these tips!

Sports injury prevention tips for figure skaters provided by Ellen Geminiani, M.D. Dr. Geminiani is the chair of the Sports Science & Medicine Committee, US Figure Skating and is a physician with the Division of Sports Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. Exercise videos are provided by The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention.    – […]

Art & Figure Skating Mix at Greenfield’s 2017 Spring Show

Skaters of all ages and levels brought creative and skillful performances to the most recent skating show at Collins/Moylan Arena in Greenfield on March 25. The theme, “Art: The Expression of Human Creative Skill & Imagination” prompted the mix of the art of figure skating with so many other forms, such as a dedication to […]

Be a better hockey player… Train in the off-season!

Just because high school hockey season is over, doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to improve your endurance, speed, balance, flexibility, quickness and agility throughout the Spring and Summer to get back on the ice in November a better hockey player. Lachlan Burgess, Endicott Hockey Assistant Coach, joins the ranks of the New England Future Stars […]

Practice Makes Progress – Figure Skating Improvement Guide Part 1

When it comes to taking your figure skating skills to the next level, nothing is more important than practicing. Keep your skills sharp and improve on the fundamentals you can build on in the off-season, and you’ll find yourself taking on more advanced skills ahead of schedule! Skating instructor Janet and members of FMC Figure […]

Practice Makes Progress – Hockey Skating Improvement Guide Part 1

When it comes to taking your hockey skills to the next level, nothing is more important than practicing. Keep your skills sharp and improve basic skills you can build on in the off-season, and you’ll find yourself taking on more advanced skills ahead of schedule, beating the competition up the ice, and making the team […]

Skate All Year! Click for where to skate all summer long.

While some of our rinks close down for the summer, others remain open so you can participate in your favorite programs and keep skating all year long! If your local rink closes, we have another rink that you can jump to so you can continue skating throughout the summer months without missing a beat. Check […]

Spotlight On: Blackstone Valley Curling Club

There’s more than just skating and hockey to do on ice. Have you thought about curling? The Blackstone Valley Curling Club, founded in the spring of 2016, hosts Learn-to-Curl events open to the public to give everyone a chance to try it! Al and Amanda Ayotte run the club’s programs out of the Blackstone Valley Iceplex […]

Are you tying your skates correctly?

Are you tying your skates correctly? Did you know there’s a right way (and wrong way) to tie your skates? Don’t worry, we’ve got the steps to follow, as well as the advantages of a well-tied skate ready for you. Keep reading for our step-by-step guide! Why is it important to tie your skates correctly? Whether […]

7 Things To Do During February Vacation

No school for a whole week? Fight cabin fever at your local arena this February Vacation! We have lots to do to keep the family busy, active and happy. No matter the weather, come and enjoy one of our top 7 things to do at the rink during vacation week. Public Skating – A fun […]