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Not a Club Member Yet?

No problem, sign up and get all these great benefits:


  • Access to Club Ice at the County Ice Center (5201 So. Murray Park Lane, Murray)
  • Skate in two AWESOME ice shows (Halloween and Spring)
  • Membership to US Figure Skating Association and a monthly subscription to Skating Magazine
  • Eligibility to compete in U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned competitions
  • Partake in "Exhibition" Club Ice sessions (competition "dress rehearsals")
  • Members over the age of 18 may serve on the MSBFSC Board of Directors, as well as vote on club issues
  • Partake in skating clinics sponsored by the MSBFSC
  • Fun activities including: opening and closing socials, monthly off ice activities, Club sleepover, 4th of July Parade, exhibitions, skating showcases, fun service projects, birthday fun, in-house test sessions, and more!!!
  • and most importantly, an opportunity to meet great friends (and parents) who share a love for ice skating



Frequently Asked Questions

When is a good time to join a skating club?  

We encourage skaters that have completed/nearly completed the Basic Skills courses taught in a "Learn to Skate" program to apply for club membership.

Do I have to participate in competitions or shows as a member of the Club?

No, you do not. Two of the benefits of Club membership are that you MAY participate in competitions and/or shows!

Do I have to have a coach and take private lessons?  

No, you do not.  However many of our members do take private lessons at this rink and at other rinks.  Most coaches teach at several rinks.

How do I pick a coach?

USFSA has recommendations on how to find the right coach for your skater.  You can also refer to the Coaches page on this site.

Do I have to purchase MSBFSC logo "gear" to skate with the Club?

No, you do not.

Do I have to have my own skates?

You do not.  However, as you progress, you will find that it is better to have your own skates.  Used skates can be found in second-hand sport shops, on-line, and at skate swaps held throughout the Valley.  New skates can be found at many of the ice rink pro-shops, sport shops, skate competitions,and at skate swaps.  You should talk to a coach (even if you don't have one) who can advise you, and many times can order skates at a discounted rate.

Do I have to pay the County facility front desk when I come to Club Ice?

No.  You pay only the Ice Monitors at the ice sheet gate.

How do I register for membership using EntryEeze?

Click HERE for Membership/Renewal Instructions.

Testing Sessions and Competitions:  What to sign up for....

USFS has an over view of the skating "pipeline".  Your coach will help you select the appropriate tests and competition levels.