10-Visit Open-Skate Pass Card or Seven-Week Learn to Skate Class at John Lindell Ice Arena (Up to 60% Off)

Royal Oak

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In a Nutshell

Indoor ice rink hosts Learn to Skate classes and fosters self-guided improvement during open-skate sessions

The Fine Print

Expiration varies. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. New customers only. Classes must be taken by the same person. Learn-to-skate is valid for Basic 1 (ages 6-11), Teen (ages 12-17), and Adult (18+) classes as well as Parent-Tot and SnowPlow Sam 1 (ages 5 and under) classes. Classes must be taken by the same person. Open skate passes are not valid for Friday Night Sk8 Jamz. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Since its invention, ice skating has brought us countless thrilling hockey games, scores of inspiring figure-skating routines, and one unforgettable NBA season. Be like Darryl Dawkins in the '82-'83 season with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $17 for a 10-visit open-skate pass card (up to a $35 value)
  • $40 for a seven-week Learn to Skate class (up to a $100 value)

The arena’s open-skate schedule can be found here. For the Learn to Skate class, students meet once a week for seven consecutive weeks. Each session is divided into 25 minutes of class time and 25 minutes of practice. Instructors will focus on skating fundamentals, and students will be divided into sessions for ages 6–11, 12–17, and 18 and up. During the second-to-last class, instructors will evaluate skaters and provide recommendations for how they can improve their technique.

John Lindell Ice Arena

The glassy sheet of ice inside John Lindell Ice Arena sets the stage for dramatic spins, casual glides, and furious hip checks. Their full schedule of ice-skating programs as well as open-skate sessions held most days of the week help them cater to skaters of all skill levels. First-timers can learn to balance and make graceful strides up the learning curve through the Learn to Skate program. Alternatively, more experienced skaters can enroll in the arena’s freestyle or hockey-skating programs, which can help them achieve their dream of sleeping surrounded by an army of tiny gold hockey players.

John Lindell Ice Arena

The glassy sheet of ice inside John Lindell Ice Arena sets the stage for dramatic spins, casual glides, and furious hip checks. Their full schedule of ice-skating programs as well as open-skate sessions held most days of the week help them cater to skaters of all skill levels. First-timers can learn to balance and make graceful strides up the learning curve through the Learn to Skate program. Alternatively, more experienced skaters can enroll in the arena’s freestyle or hockey-skating programs, which can help them achieve their dream of sleeping surrounded by an army of tiny gold hockey players.


Tips

  • “We loved the lessons. ”

  • “I enrolled my daughter for a beginner class. The second session we arrived quite late and missed most of the session but an instructor stayed with my daughter during...”

    “I enrolled my daughter for a beginner class. The second session we arrived quite late and missed most of the session but an instructor stayed with my daughter during the free skating to help her skating. The Director is a very nice and accommodating person and helped us. I am happy with the service”

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    Royal Oak

    1403 Lexington Blvd.

    Royal Oak, Michigan 48073

    248-246-3950

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