Enfield Twin Rinks

ASPIRE at ETR - Monday Fall 2021 Session II


Welcome to ASPIRE at Enfield Twin Rinks!

The ASPIRE at Enfield Twin Rinks is a community of members, families, athletes and professionals dedicated to the sport of ice skating.


Session Dates

11/01, 11/08, 11/15, 11/22


4:00 PM - 5:20 PM


***Open to skaters on Basic Three and above***


The ASPIRE program marks the transition from skater to figure skater and teaches athletes of all ages the skills they need to make the most out of their figure skating journey.


ASPIRE offers skaters an affordable, comprehensive program in a safe and supportive group training environment. Skaters will learn proper skill development and training techniques while sampling different skating opportunities and fine-tuning their fundamental skating skills. The curriculum topics will include: Intro to Theater On Ice,  Intro to Artistry in Motion, Intro to Synchro, Interpretive Skating, Power Skating, and more.


Character Development ASPIRE features a character development aspect. Skaters have the opportunity to earn badges as they demonstrate the core values of ASPIRE: Attitude, Sportsmanship,Perseverance, Integrity, Respect, Effort. Skaters may be nominated by their coaches and peers for ASPIRE badges.


The ASPIRE Program offers small classes tailored to your skater's current skating level, while providing the opportunity to work on individual skill development.


ASPIRE Parent Sessions Throughout the session, there will be fifteen-twenty minute informational sessions covering a variety of skating topics. Topics include: how to buy skates, hire a coach, USFS membership, and competing.


Registration Package New skaters will receive a registration package at their first class. Included in the package is: ASPIRE T-Shirt, Skate Towel, ASPIRE Patch, Gloves, parent guidebooks.


This registration session will allow you to complete contact information, sign up for participation, and submit payment.


Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately.


Please direct questions to:

Jen Hren