After many discussions and careful consideration, The Ice Arena is discontinuing the Ice Arena's Return to Play policy as previously outlined. From this point forward the Ice Arena's quarantine requirement is aligning with the guidance of the Summit County Health Department for the general public and businesses. Quarantine durations for various circumstances continue to get more complex and more changes are anticipated in the near future. Given this, we have decided the best way to promote compliance and a safe return to the Ice Arena, is for patrons to work directly with the Health Department to determine their eligible date of return.
Patrons and staff are required to comply with local and state quarantine requirements. Generally, an individual can return after 7 days and a negative test or 10 days with no test, so long as they have not had symptoms for the last 24 hours. Exposures resulting from a positive test in one's household are not eligible for a reduced quarantine and we recommend contacting the Summit County Health Department for such cases. The Health Department is a valuable resource for determining quarantine duration and eligibility to return to the Ice Arena.
Symptoms include fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, new loss of taste or small, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or headache.
If an Ice Arena patron inquires when they can return after testing positive or being exposed to a positive case, please direct them to the Summit County Health Department for guidance.
Summit County COVID-19 Hotline: 435-333-0050 (Mon. – Fri. 9am – 5pm)
While we are seeing a declining trend in transmission, this change has the potential to increase the spread of COVID-19. So, to that effect when communicating the change please be sure to emphasize the importance of continued efforts of symptom watching, hygiene, distancing (where possible), and mask compliance.
Registration opens March 1st!
As we are still in the High Risk category, Freestyle limits will remain capped at 15 skaters. Skaters are reminded to keep at least 6 feet at all times, in the lobby and on the ice. We ask that bags and accessories not be brought on the ice to minimize congregating at the boards.
If a session is full, please register for the waitlist. With skaters taking breaks and no-shows many skaters have been able to get off the waitlist. Waitlisted skaters must be in the lobby, ready to skate to take an available spot.
That being said, please make sure you cancel any sessions 24 hours in advance for a refund and so we can work through the waitlist.
If you skate the season pass skates or the afternoon freestyle sessions, please make sure you check in with the cashier.
Park City Ice Arena will be closing for 6 weeks in August and early September for maintenance. The ice will be taken out for concrete repairs and repainting, an every 5 years occurrence. Please plan accordingly.
Covid is not over. We have had a few positive cases of Covid amongst our patrons lately. Please stay diligent about wearing your mask correctly, staying 6 feet apart and washing your hands regularly.
Spring Show Reminders
Show registration closes February 21st AND tryout videos are due for skaters who did not try out last year.
REGISTER HERE (must be logged into your SportsEngine account)
Volunteer Opportunities - I am hoping to have 2-3 bigger volunteer opportunities for the show this year. Day-of opportunities will be posted in the coming weeks. Please respond to this email if you are interested:
December 20, 2020
Scarlett Brinton- Swing Dance, Pre-Bronze Dance Test
Chloé Taurel- 14 Step, Foxtrot
Hadley Miles- 14 Step, Foxtrot, Senior Moves
Cheri Hendrix- 14 Step, Foxtrot
Hailey Hultberg- Tango, Senior Solo Freedance
February 8, 2021
Pre-Preliminary Free Skate- Kenzington Brady, Madison Lampert, Katelyn Tuttle
Preliminary Moves- Violet Hawkins, Katie Patel
February 13, 2021
Senior Free Skate - Hailey Hultberg
Novice Free Skate- Andee Lyons, Chloé Taurel
Pre-Juvenile Free Skate- Molly Grace Galvin, Darya McGill, Luca Mishurda, Sosie Sheffert, Scout Witt
Senior Moves- Eva Biskup
Intermediate Moves- Louie Mallane, Luca Mishurda
Pre-Juvenile Moves- Kenzington Brady, Katelyn Tuttle
Hickory Hoedown, Willow Waltz- Scarlett Brinton
Let’s celebrate our 2020 Get Up Champion, Hailey Hultberg. Despite numerous setbacks, including multiple foot surgeries, Hailey continues to persevere and attack life and skating. She recently became a USFS TRIPLE Gold Medalist by passing her Senior Free Skate and Senior Solo Free Dance tests. As a Park City High School senior, she performs a daily balancing act between academics, clubs and activities, dance team and her training. Hailey embodies the Get Up spirit and we are proud to have her represent FSCPC.
Congratulations to coach Tiffany on achieving her Professional Skaters Association Master Rating in Free Skate in January. This is a huge accomplishment that has taken years of hard work and dedication to accomplish. Tiffany is the ONLY Master Rated Free Skating Coach in the state of Utah!
Our club and our athletes are so lucky to have multiple PSA rated coaches on staff, including 3 out of 5 Master Rated coaches in the entire state. In total, our club coaches hold 5 master ratings with the PSA, in addition to registered and certified ratings. Pretty awesome!
We are so proud and excited to welcome new Gold Medalists to our club! Way to go! YEARS of hard work have paid off!
Hailey Hultberg - TRIPLE GOLD MEDALIST- Senior Solo Free Dance, Senior Free Skate
Hadley Miles - Senior Moves in the Field
Eva Biskup - Senior Moves in the Field
Check out some of the holiday fun our skaters had performing for the guests of the Park City Peaks Hotel and Versante Restaurant. Thank you so much for the opportunity and we look forward to skating for you again this winter
Thank you to everyone who donated to the Junior Board Peace House donation drive! We donated over $400 in gift cards! We made a difference!
Thank you to the Promontory Club for the opportunity to showcase our skills for your members! We have 2 more exhibitions scheduled , 2/18 and 2/25! We love skating outside!
Even though the 2022 season begins in March, we are still working to finish up competing for the 2021 season. After the cancellation of the live Championship Series events in November, US Figure Skating reconfigured this season, yet again.
Four of our novice ladies are competing in the 2021 USFS Championship Series virtual competition. The top 30 finishers will be named to the USFS High Performance National Development Team.
In March, our Juvenile and Intermediate competitors will be submitting audition videos virtually for a chance to be named to the USFS High Performance National Development Team.
Best of luck to all! We are so proud of all of our skaters, especially during this difficult season of constant change.
2021 CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES FSCPC NOVICE LADIES
$4,800.00 for an annual, unlimited ice pass at Park City Ice Skating Arena. The following criteria are to guide selection of the skater to receive the annual pass:
1. A skater who is especially promising, as evidenced by dedicated practice, personal discipline, punctuality at training sessions, having achieved the USFS qualifying level, therefore, eligibility for advancement within USFS competition;
2. Skater and his/her family struggles financially to support the skater’s advancement in skating;
3. Skater is an adoptee or foster child, if FSCPC has such a child who meets criteria 1 and 2; and
4. Skater is a member of a minority group with low representation in figure skating
(e.g., Hispanic, Black, Subcontinent).