Upcoming SUMMER Events:
06/15/23 - WFSC Board Meeting @ 6pm (in the WFSC shed)
06/24/23 - Celebrate Waupun (Volunteers needed to help Hockey Bartend at Celebrate Waupun - raising funds / tips to put towards the SAVE THE RINK campaign) - see Waupun Hockey Facebook page for sign-up
06/27/23 - Brat Fry in Beaver Dam 4:30-7:30 (We NEED Volunteers)
07/08/23 - Ripon Parade
08/25/23 and 08/26/23 - Brandon Brat Fry (We NEED Volunteers)
09/15/23 and 09/16/23 - Volksfest (We NEED Volunteers)
All volunteer hours completed during the summer will go towards your mandatory hour requirement for the 2023-2024 season.
Brat fry at Tanya's Leipsic Tavern in Beaver Dam
Annual Brandon Brat fry and Bake Sale
08/25/23 8am - 6pm
08/26/23 8am - 4pm
THANK YOU to those who volunteered their time to help with the brat fry at the Mark Bartow Memorial Car Show on 06/03/23 - it was a HUGE success! All proceeds will be donated to the SAVE THE RINK campaign.
PLEASE contact a board member and return any and all borrowed skating costumes or skates as soon as possible.
CONGRATULATIONS to our new and returning board members for the 2023-2024 season! CLICK the "CLUB INFO" tab to see who our current board members are. We look forward to a great 2023-2024 season!
THANK YOU to those who completed our recent Satisfaction Survey. We appreciate each and every praise, comment, critique, and suggestion. We will be making some changes based off of the survey results. STAY TUNED!
INTERESTED in joining the Solo Competition Team this season? Contact Kevin at: email@example.com for more information
HELP SAVE OUR RINK!
It has come time to replace our skate rink floor. Efforts are being made to raise the funds needed for a complete floor replacement. Everything from the demolition to the concrete and in floor cooling system will be replaced. We are attempting to raise approximately 900K based on current price of materials.
For Floor Fundraising donations please visit:
Brad Deboer is available to do skate sharpening on Wednesday nights during skating season in the Pro Shop
Ice rental is available for individuals or groups. Reserve the ice for a special event such as a birthday party!
Non Club Member Contract Ice
Purchase Ice time by the hour or unlimited ice for the session.
There are many opportunities for the public to enjoy skating during weekly public skate times on Friday and Sunday evenings during ice season. The admission fee for public skate is $5.00, which includes skate rental (if needed) and admission. Note that times may vary or get cancelled due to facility events, so please check the Waupun Hockey website for updates.
July / August - Registration, Brandon Meat Brat Fry
September - Volksfest, RINK SET UP!
October - Mandatory Parent meeting, Lessons Start! Homecoming Parade, Halloween, Mandatory Wreath Fundraiser, WFSC Apparel Sale
November / December - Tryouts for Features in the Ice Show, Holiday Parade, Cookie Walk (Christmas Program) - Mandatory donation of 2 dozen baked goods per skater (6 dozen max).
January - Pink out The Rink event (Hockey), Costume Try On for Ice Show, Pictures for Ice Show Program
February - Ice Show Preparation, Valentine's Day
March - Waupun Competition, Ice Show Preparation, Ice Show Practice
April - Annual Ice Shows (3 shows in Early April) - It is Mandatory to volunteer at 2 out of the 3 shows (this is separate from the mandatory volunteer hours), Annual End of Year Banquet - celebrate the Season and Vote for new Board Members!
Learn to Skate (LTS)
Snowplow Sam 1-4
Jumps & Spins
Art on the Edge
Off Ice Conditioning
Solo (Competition) Team
Private Lessons available
- Skaters are evaluated at the end of each session to see if they are able to move on to the next level.
(from previous season)
530pm-615pm Hockey LTS
615pm-645pm Jump Into Skating (LTS)
645pm-715pm Basic 3
715pm-745pm Art on the Edge
745pm-1000pm Open Ice
730pm-800pm Freeskate 3-4
800pm-1000pm Open Ice
700am-915am Open Ice
1015am-1045am Jumps & Spins
700pm-800pm Competition Team
800pm-1000pm Open Ice
SNOW PLOW CLASSES
The Snowplow Sam levels are introductory classes divided into four progressive levels allowing children with no prior skating experience to build confidence while learning the basic skills of skating. These classes are designed to help children six and younger develop the ABCs of movement – Agility, Balance, Coordination and speed. The ABCs are essential for developing fundamental movement skills and physical literacy. All classes will be taught in a safe and positive environment, incorporating fun and games making class time an enjoyable experience for all. Off-ice orientation prior to the first skating class: Equipment check – Proper fit and lacing of skates, appropriate attire, and safety helmets. Practice falling and recovery, marching in place, dips and one-foot balances.
BASIC SKILLS CLASSES
Basic Skills teaches the FUNdamentals of ice skating and provides the best foundation for figure skating, hockey, and speedskating. Six progressive levels introduce forward and backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, and turns. Upon completion of the Basic Skills 1-6 levels, skaters will be able to confidently advance to more specialized areas of skating. All classes will be well-structured with the focus on proper skill development taught in a positive, FUN, and social environment. Skaters will progress at their own rate and advance after skill mastery is demonstrated. Discover, Learn and Play – Basic 1 and 2: These introductory levels allow new skaters with no prior skating experience to build confidence while learning to skate. FUNdamentals – Basic 3–6: These levels develop all of the fundamental skating skills on the ice. Focus is on learning the ABCs of basic athleticism: agility, balance, coordination and speed. Upon completion of these levels, skaters will be able to confidently advance to more specialized areas of skating. Off-ice orientation: • Equipment check: proper fit and lacing of skates, appropriate attire, safety helmets • Practice falling and recovery, marching in place, dips and one-foot balances in skates
Each free skate level is comprised of a variety of progressive skating skills, transitions, spins and jumps — all of which build on the previous skill, providing skaters a strong foundation of all elements. These levels will be taught in a positive and interactive group format such as a bridge program, circuit classes or as an introductory training program. Instructors will focus on quality and mastery of skills.
WAUPUN ICE SCULPTURES SOLO TEAM
Thank you to our Solo Team sponsors!
We had a great 2022-2023 season!