FREE INTRODUCTORY ICE SKATING LESSON: EVERY SATURDAY AT 11:15AM
This is the perfect lesson for first-time skaters! Our free introductory skating class helps students to grasp the basics of ice skating (i.e. balance, movements, and terminology). The class is offered one time per skater, after which we encourage you to join our Figure or Hockey Academy to continue lessons and further your potential on the ice!
Space is limited and skaters are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the class to ensure adequate time to sign up and fit your skates. Please bring gloves, warm clothes, and knee-high, snug-fitting socks to the class. Protective gear, such and helmets and elbow pads, are recommended but not required.
FREE INTRODUCTORY ICE SKATES – FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY
Receive FREE Introductory Ice Skates valued at $89 when you register for our Skating or Hockey Academy. This offer is limited to new students and other restrictions may apply. Please see the box office staff for complete details.
UTC Ice and Sassafras raise $1,000 for the special Olympics
“Dear Joe and Irina,
Today was a pivotal point in our quest to raise $4500 for the Special Olympics! I truly feel that the “FUNdraising” event at your (OUR) rink not only gave our efforts a great monetary “kick-start”, but it brought my dance troupe together in the knowledge that together, we can accomplish GREAT THINGS for the GREATER GOOD! You two and your staff are an inspiration and a blessing, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts! The girls and the whole school had a BLAST!!! I was so proud to tell all our guests that UTC ICE is where we spend every Saturday learning about and enjoying all that the sport of ice skating has to offer! We wish you continued success with this amazing endeavor!
With great respect and admiration,
Lisa Sullivan and Sassafras”
local teen turns bar mitzvah project into a hockey club
UNIVERSITY CITY, Calif. — In 2013 Isaiah Granet, 14, took his passion for hockey and turned it into a bar mitzvah community project. He created a hockey club for children ages seven to 13 called San Diego Chill.
Two years later, the Pacific Ridge High School freshman and his friends still meet to teach the kids every Saturday, and the program is stronger than ever. View video.