By Jennifer Walker-Larsen
Local skaters are busy painting props and sharpening their blades for the Skating Club’s year end ‘Name that Movie’ Ice Show on Thursday, March 12, at the Revelstoke Forum.
Choreographed by Head Coach Nina Greschner, the movie-themed show stars Revelstoke’s own figure skaters, powerskaters, and coaches. The show also features four ‘mystery movies’. Audience members can buy a ballot, name the four mystery movies featured in the show, and enter to win a prize. The doors open at 5:30 pm, performance starts at 6. Admission is by donation. For mystery movie hints find the Revelstoke Skating Club’s Name that Movie event on Facebook or listen to Shaun Aquiline on EZ-Rock and come out and enjoy the show.
And remember: it is never too late to learn how to skate or improve your skating skills. Starting again in September, the Revelstoke Skating Club will be offering a variety of skate programs for adults and kids including Skate Canada Canskate and Starskate programs for beginner and developing skaters, Powerskate — a fast-paced program designed for hockey and ringette skaters, and adult programs. Early bird registration starts in June.
Interested in helping to develop a strong skating program in Revelstoke and want to offer your skills either on or off the ice? Come to the Skating Club’s Annual General Meeting at the Revelstoke Community Centre on April 22 at 7 pm or contact President Liane Dorrius at firstname.lastname@example.org.