A North Pole Carnival
Saturday, December 10, 2022
The Ozark Figure Skating Club will be hosting their annual Christmas Ice Show on December 10, 2022!
This is an amazing Holiday Ice Show that is sure to wow you! They will be hosting group numbers and are inviting you to participate! This is a fantastic way to get your kids on the ice more and having an amazing time with other skaters!
Christmas Show Timeline:
September 27th – Group Forms DUE
October 4th – Group Auditions
October 11th – Group Practice Starts
October 18th – Group Practice
October 25th – Group Practice
November 1st – Group Practice
November 8th – Group Practice
November 15th – Group Practice
November 29th – Group Practice
December 6th – Dress Rehearsal
December 10th – Show Day – 3 Shows, 11:00am, 1:00pm, and 5:00pm.
Please use the below link to fill out the google form.
All forms will be DUE BY SEPTEMBER 27th
Group Auditions will be held on October 4th and Group Practice will start on October 11th.
The focus of auditions will be on technical skills with an emphasis on overall skating skills and flow. The goal of the committee is to create cohesive groups with similar skating skills. Everyone registering for a group number will need to be at auditions. Both auditions and practices will be held on Tuesday nights from 6:00-7:00pm. Group assignments and exact time block will be given after auditions.
*More information on the google form
All ages and levels are welcomed and encouraged to participate in group numbers! Everyone who auditions will be guaranteed a spot in a group number! Auditions are just to figure out which group everyone fits into best!
The cost to participate in a group number is $125.00 for OFSC members and $165.00 for non-members. Invoices for payments will be sent via email on September 28th and due by October 4th.
The cost will include your Christmas show costume (and tights for girls), Coaching fees, and Ice time.
*You will need to enter your child’s measurements on the second page of the group form. For costume ordering purposes. Please send current measurements.