Alexandria Figure Skating Club dazzles crowd with Spring Ice Review (updated w/ more photos):
Skaters of all ages and levels took to the ice of the Runestone Community Center to showcase the skills they've honed over the last few months at competitions and practices.
For 41 years, the Alexandria Figure Skating Club held a Spring Ice Review.
Until COVID-19 hit and last year's show was canceled.
But last weekend, April 10-11, the skaters and the spring show were back. Skaters of all ages and levels took to the ice of the Runestone Community Center to showcase the skills they've honed over the last few months at competitions and practices.
And those who attended the three performances loved it, giving the skaters a big hand when they landed a jump or finished a spin. There were group routines and solo numbers, and the RCC set was lit up with lights, a curtain and sparkling costumes.
The spring show was entitled "Peace Love Skate."
The Alexandria Figure Skating Club offers "Group Learn" to "Skate USA" lessons for skaters learning to skate, and also private lessons for skaters advanced beyond the Learn to Skate USA curriculum. The club welcomes skaters from Alexandria and all surrounding communities in west central Minnesota, from Sauk Centre to Morris, Willmar to Parkers Prairie and beyond.
For more information, go to the club's website or Facebook page.