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Learn to Skate Orientation Video
Summer Camp: July 21, 22, 23
SAM Inclement Weather Policy:
Practices or Games will be held and only canceled if the Ice Vault is closed for inclement weather conditions. Only the SAM President or Vice President can cancel a practice or game if the Ice Vault is open for business. Parents still have their personal choice to have their player attend or not attend a practice or game during inclement weather conditions.
We will only be accepting 5 skaters per class, must have enrolled in SAM Learn to Skate sessions before, we are not accepting new skaters at this time. First come, first serve.
Sessions Class Times (Mondays):
Snowplow Sam - 5:30pm-6:00pm
Edge & Freeskate - 5:30pm-6:15pm
Basic Skills & Adult Basics- 6:15pm-7:00pm
Please read our SAM COVID-19 guidelines prior to signing up.
July 6 - August 10 (No Snowplow Sam, No Edge)
September 14 - October 19
Halloween Skate- October 23
October 26- November 30
December 1 - January 18
(no class December 28)
Skate with Santa- December 18
January 25 - March 8
(No class February 15)
Skate Your Heart Out Competition- February 15
SAM is pleased to offer a Learn-to-skate program for people of all ages at all skill levels. The Basic Skills program is administered by SAM and is designed by U.S. Figure Skating to give skaters the fundamental skills required for hockey, figure skating, and recreational skating.
The mission of SAM’s Basic Skills Program is to provide a goal-oriented program that encourages ice skating at all levels and to enhance the quality of skating skills at these levels.
The objectives of the program are:
WHO: Developed by U.S. Figure Skating and approved by the Professional Skaters Association (PSA), the Basic Skills Program is available to any member figure skating club, ice facility, recreation department, individual skating instructor, college, university or other organization. Club affiliation is not a requirement to use the program.
WHAT: This exciting program consists of Snowplow Sam, Basic Skills, Free Skate, Hockey, Adult, Dance, Synchronized, Pairs, Theatre On Ice, Artistry in Motion, Speed Skating and Special Olympics/Therapeutic group class curricula. Upon completion of each level, the skater should be equipped with the necessary knowledge and technique to advance to the next level.
The Skating Association of Maine (SAM) strives to provide an opportunity for every child who wants to play hockey or figure skate. The SAM Scholarship Fund is used to provide financial assistance to participants in SAM programs.