Community Programs

Skating in the Schools

Skating in the Schools

Skating in the Schools was founded by The Skating Club of Boston in 2011 to provide students in Boston, the Club’s home for over 100 years, an opportunity to learn to skate and discover science through the experience of skating. The program is now on hiatus, but will resume in the future.

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Skating After School

Skating After School is multi-week program that provides City students skating instruction, skate use, transportation between school and The Boston Common Frog Pond, and a healthy snack – all to enjoy a great afternoon of outdoor skating in one of Boston’s finest outdoor spaces. In addition, students get a season pass to the Boston Common Frog Pond and a one-year membership to U.S. Figure Skating. Skating lessons are given by top skating coaches from The Skating Club of Boston.

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The Skating Club of Boston  City of Boston Parks & Recreation Department  Friends of the Public Garden  The Boston Common Frog Pond