top of page

'Try Synchro' FREE synchronized skating open house - february 11, 2024 @ Arctic Edge Canton

FREE TRY SYNCHRO.png

This is the pre-registration and information page for skaters interested in the "Try Synchro" event for Learn-to-Skate, beginner or introductory level skaters Please see below for additional details:

When: Sunday, February 11, 2024
Time: 12:00-12:50 p.m. 
Location: Arctic Edge of Canton, 46615 Michigan Ave, Canton, MI 48188

Ages: 4-14 years

Skill Level: This event is for all levels - Introductory/Snowplow Sam, Basic 1-5, Freeskate 1-4, and Advanced Beginners/Private Lesson skaters. All are welcome!

 

NOTES ON 'TRY SYNCHRO' OPEN HOUSE EVENT:

  • Skaters of all levels from introductory, beginner, and advanced beginner welcome. Skate rental available upon request.

  • "Try Synchro '' is a low pressure, friendly way for new skaters or skaters new to synchro to try synchronized skating in an inclusive, fun, and FREE environment.

  • Skaters should plan to wear appropriate skating clothing (tight-fitting pants and/or skating dress and tights). Please no baggy sweatshirts, jackets or jewelry as they can get stuck when holding onto other skaters!

  • In addition to learning and experiencing more about synchronized skating, skaters attending can receive more information about how to join an introductory or beginner synchronized skating team for the fall 2024 season.

If you have any questions, please contact arcticsynchro@gmail.com

What is Synchronized Skating?
Synchronized skating is the only sanctioned team sport in figure skating and is the fastest growing skating discipline worldwide! In synchronized skating, teams of 8-16 skaters of similar age and skill work together to perform a routine in costume to music. As a discipline, synchro emphasizes teamwork, athleticism and musicality - all with the added bonus of performing and competing with friends by your side! Synchro is a great place to compete in a lower-pressure environment than singles figure skating and is a great way for skaters to stay active, make friends and have fun out on the ice!

bottom of page