After a year’s absence due to the pandemic, Klamath Ice Sports will present its 19th annual figure skating spectacular, GOTTA SKATE, at the Bill Collier Ice Arena on Saturday, March 5, at 7:00 p.m. The ice show will feature a cast of both professional and high-level amateur figure skaters, including three U.S. national champions.
Headlining the show is Ashley Wagner, the three-time U.S. women’s champion, two-time Olympian and World silver medalist. She will be joined by Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier, two-time U.S. pairs champions, and Max Aaron, U.S. men’s champion.
Polina Edmunds, a U.S. junior champion and two-time U.S. women’s silver medalist, will also be featured, along with Christine Carreira and Anthony Ponomarenko, U.S. senior level competitive ice dancers.
A number of other competitive amateur and professional skaters will also be in the show. including Paige Rydberg, Samuel Mindra, Jason Graetz, Andriy Kratyuk and Alena Budko,
“For the return of our ice show, we wanted to feature top skaters from each of the three figure skating disciplines,” notes Bill Anderson, the ice arena’s director, “including singles, pairs and ice dancing. This is a great cast of skaters! Let’s hope for good weather that weekend.”
The skating show is being co-directed and choreographed by Autumn Morin and Annee Magee, professional skaters and coaches from the Portland area. Ms. Morin served as co-choreographer of the ice show two seasons ago. Both women will also be featured skaters.
Tickets for the ice show, which includes special on-ice and hockey box seating, may be reserved in advance online at www.klamathicesports.org. Reserved tickets range in price from $22 to $40. (All ticket purchases are subject to added transaction and processing fees.)
General admission tickets, which will also be available at the door, are for standing room along the east side of the arena and are priced at $11 for persons six years of age and older. Children five years of age and under are admitted free.
Reserved seats in the infra-red heated bleachers at the south end of the arena, which also has spaces reserved for wheelchairs, are priced at $22 per person.
Reserved “on-ice” seating in rows of seats set on an expanse of portable flooring at the south end of the ice sheet, as well as in single seats along the east side of the ice arena, is available at $40 per person. Persons seated in these areas will have access to a choice of warm beverages before and during the show.
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The Bill Collier Ice Arena develops and provides a variety of wholesome on-ice sports and winter-time activities for the residents and visitors to the Klamath Basin, promoting participation by youth and families at a reasonable cost in a beautiful and unique year-round multi-use pavilion setting.
After-school skate is a cheap skate session are an inexpensive way to help keep students active as the weather gets colder.
Wednesday and Friday 4:15pm-5:15pm
Please purchase tickets online
Open skate sessions are a fun outdoor family activity for all ages. In accordance with Covid-19 procedures, please purchase admission tickets online and bring a copy of your receipt with you as proof of purchase. Tickets will not be available for purchase at the door.
Admission: $8.00 per person
Skate Rental: $4.00
Seal Rental: $10.00 (Quantity Limited)
The first Holliday Jewelry Father/Daughter Skate is Sunday February 13th!
Calling all fathers and daughters! This special Sunday skating session is "free" and open to fathers and daughters only, compliments of Holliday Jewelry! Each person is requested to bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank as an admission fee. IMPORTANT: ONLY FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS WILL BE ALLOWED TO SKATE AT THIS EVENT!
Tuesday Classes Begin January 4th
Saturday Class Begin January 8th
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