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PSC Showcase Is Open To All Skaters. We have a place for every level and age of skater in our show, from tots to adults, and beginners to skaters landing triple jumps. You do not have to be a PSC member to skate in the showcase. Event registration and tickets can be purchase online using this website. This is a major fundraiser for the Club and we are grateful for your support. We look forward to seeing you at the show.
Please use this site to... 1) Pay skater entry fees, 2) Purchase event tickets for the showcase, and 3) Get showcase updates.
How do I develop a showcase program?
See PSC coaches list on our website to arrange some private lessons with any of our many qualified coaches.
Do I need to sign-up my Group Lesson Skater for the showcase?
No... All Session 2 Group Lesson Skaters will finish the session by participating in showcase. The fee is included in your group lesson registration. Group Lesson Skaters are grouped together by age and test level. Groups will perform a program choreographed to music. Please Note: If your skater would like to do an additional performance (solo or pair/group) they are welcome, however, you will need to sign-up. Please use this site to add on any additional performances. To help us plan accordingly, please e-mail us ASAP if your skater will not be able to skate in the showcase.
When will the group lesson skaters practice for the showcase?
Group Lesson showcase practices will take place the last 4 weeks of the group lesson session (starting mid-March). The groups will practice the last 10-15 minutes of each scheduled group lesson time and continue into the free skate time for another 20-30 minutes. Please plan to stay to practice for 30 minutes after your scheduled lesson time for the last 4 weeks of the session. Additional practices maybe scheduled, please check email for updates.
What will the group lesson skaters wear the day of the showcase?
Skaters will receive a free t-shirt to wear the day of the show and we request that all group lesson skaters wear black pants/leggings. If you have any questions, please talk to your PSC coach. To help us plan accordingly, please e-mail us ASAP if your skater will not be able to skate in the showcase so we do not purchase an extra t-shirt.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. We will have a list of all guests that have pre-ordered tickets.
How can I volunteer for the show?
We are looking for club members to donate food for the snack bars, raffle items and volunteer the day of the show. Please e-mail us if you would like to help out. Thanks!
What time do the “show skaters” need to arrive on April 23?
All "show skaters" are asked to arrive to the rink by 1:30 PM for a pre-show meeting. Warm-ups for skaters will take place starting at 2:00 PM. Please be dress and ready by 2:00 PM. Check the warm-up schedule when you arrive to the rink. You must warm-up at your assigned time. Showcase will start at 2:30 PM and should conclude around 5:00 PM.
What time will my skater perform?
We will share a tentative skating order (no excat times) a week before the showcase in the PDS rink lobby and via email. If you are inviting friends and family to attend, please ask them to arrive by 2:30 PM. All skaters will be in the finale. Please be sure to have your skates on by 4:30 for the finale. This is a great time to get a group showcase photo.
DRAFT Showcase Timeline: This is a draft. Check back for updates & look for email updates. Thank you!
12:00–1:00 Set-Up in lobby area/dressing rooms
12:45: Pre- Show Meeting (All skaters & parents)
1:00-1:20: Group Lessons Practice & Family Skaters
1:20-1:30: Father Daughter Practice
1:30-1:40: Adult Practice
1:40-1:50: Warm Up: 1st Act: Comprehensive Skaters (only)
1:50-2:00: Ice Cut
2:05: Show Starts: Act #1
3:00-3:15: Ice Cut & Intermission
3:15-3:25: Warm-up 2nd Act: Comprehensive Skaters (only)
3:25-5:00: Start 2nd Half of the Show
4:45:Finale & Group Photos – all showcase skaters
4:45-5:15: Door Prize Announcements
5:30: Event Concludes
NOTE: All times are estimations. Showtime is 2PM. Please ask family & friends to arrive promptly. All skaters are asked to be in the finale & group photo at the end of the showcase.
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Princeton Skating Club
The Princeton Skating Club where members from throughout the greater Princeton area enjoy the advantages of a private club designed especially for families and figure skaters.
From the time of our founding in 1933, Club members have appreciated our warm, family atmosphere, which encourages lifelong enjoyment of ice skating for everyone. The Princeton Skating Club is a private club for all ages and stages. Families appreciate the opportunity to develop friendships and involve their children in shared interests, whether on the skating rink or gathering for the Club's many social events. Club ice time is offered at top quality facilities conveniently located at the Lisa McGraw Rink at Princeton Day School and Baker Rink at Princeton University.
The Princeton Skating Club is a private member-owned 501(c)(7) organization. Private means that you and your friends will be guaranteed quiet enjoyment of the Club's amenities and events.