Our Figure Skating, Hockey and Public Skate programs provide wonderful experiences for youth, teens and adults alike. Whether you are just learning how to skate or have been on the ice for many years, we have a program for you. Come join us at Big Bear Ice Arena!
Please click on the link to learn more about each program:
For Public Skate Times Schedule please click HERE.
Youth (12 and Under): $5.00
Skate Rental: $3.00 Extra
LTS Class-2 starts July 29, 2019.
LTS Class-3 starts September 23, 2019.
LTS Class-4 starts November 18, 2019.
LTS Class-5 starts January 27, 2020.
LTS Class-6 starts March 23, 2020.
Click HERE for LTS Classes Schedule.
Please click HERE to register online for Learn to Skate Classes.
CLASSES FILL UP QUICKLY, SO PLEASE BE SURE TO SIGN UP EARLY.
Fall 2019 League Dates:
D1 League (Over 40) – August 5, 2019 (Monday League)
D4 League – October 1, 2019 (Tuesday League)
C3 League – August 28, 2019 (Wednesday League)
C4 League - September 5, 2019 (Thursday League)
D3 League - August 10, 2019 (Saturday League)
For more information please click HERE or contact Peter Cardasis at Petercardasis@bigbearice.com and AdultHockey@bigbearice.com
The Adult Learn to Skate program provides an amazing opportunity for adults to experience the fun of ice skating. The program will feature qualified coaches with years of skating and coaching experience. The program will consist of 8 weekly sessions during 2-month period. The schedule and details of the program are down below and if you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Please use this link for more information and online registration:https://www.bigbearice.com/page/show/4684737-adult-learn-to-skate-classes
Big Bear Adult Learn to Play Hockey program is offering Beginners and Intermediate Classes for those who have never played hockey before or for those who have very little experience.
Please click HERE for schedule, more information, and online registration.
Monday Classes start and end dates are as follows:
Thursday Classes start and end dates are as follows: