Welcome to the Winter Wonderland Figure Skating Club The Winter Wonderland Figure Skating Club (WWFSC) is located at the Little Falls Exchange Arena in Little Falls, MN. We provide figure skating lessons to approximately seventy skaters from surrounding communities.
The WWFSC is a nonprofit organization recognized by the United States Figure Skating Association and Learn to Skate USA. It is run by a Board of Directors, with many volunteers to complete various duties. All parents are required to volunteer to make our club successful.
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WWFSC Programs LEARN TO SKATE USA Learn to Skate is a beginners class that WWFSC offers to all. There are 8 levels of group lessons to learn the fundamentals of skating. Our club uses the United States Figure Skating Association’s Snowplow Sam and Basic Skills program to teach these skills. Learn to Skate lessons will be offered on Monday evenings beginning in the fall.
MOVES & FREESTYLE The Moves and Freestyle program is affiliated the United States Figure Skating Association’s and skaters that test those levels, beginning with Pre-Preliminary. Our club breaks down these levels into two separate groups, Junior Freestyle and Senior Freestyle.
PRIVATE LESSONS Private lessons are offered at an additional fee. Private lessons give skaters the opportunity to advance their skillsets outside of their group lessons. Those interested are encouraged to speak with one of our coaches or a WWFSC board member for more information.
Important Dates Jan. 21: WWFSC Skate-A-Thon and Bring a Friend Night! $2 per friend Jan. 26: Granite City Competition, St.Cloud
Feb. 10: Picture Day & Annual Banquet (Little Falls Ballroom)
Feb. 17: Vacationland Competition, Brainerd Feb. 28: Show Rehearsal (all skaters) Mar. 1: Dress Rehearsal (all skaters)
Mar. 2: WWFSC Show @ 2p & 7p Mar. 3: WWFSC Show @ 2p
Mar. 8-9: Fergus Falls Competition, Fergus Falls Mar. 16: Battle of the Blades, Alexandria
Our skater have the opportunity to compete in the Central Minnesota Compete USA Competition Series. Optional events include FreeSkate, Compulsory, and/or Interpretive. If your skater plans to compete this season, they must take private lessons at least 1-2 months prior to their selected competitions.