Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club (AKA Ann Arbor Ice Cube) is located in Southwest Ann Arbor. Established in 1939, it has quite a history and is one of the largest skating clubs in the country.
Ann Arbor is one of the most beautiful cities; it has an old-world-charm with a hint of sophistication and class. Home to the University of Michigan, with spectacular campus located in the picturesque park-like setting.
If you are planning to visit Ann Arbor to try out with a new partner at the Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club, interview a local Coach or just come by to visit a skater training there, you will find a list of Ann Arbor accommodations here.
For those watching from the viewing area upstairs, it’s like an intense ballet, a well managed show where hard work, sweat and praise create an unforgettable image in your mind. You can see the determination, the perseverance… sometimes tears of frustration and also those of triumph. You know that every single one of those ice dancers is there for a reason.
Finding the arena can be a bit tricky as it is located in a park-like setting and enclosed by beautiful rental properties where some of Ann Arbor skaters live. (Within walking distance to the arena and the health club next door).
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Ann Arbor Skating Club
2121 Oak Valley Dr.
Ann Arbor MI 48103
Ann Arbor Skating Club Office Hours:
Monday & Wednesday: 8am - 5:30pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8am - 6:30pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 11:30am
Are you planning a trip to Ann Arbor? Is your skater relocating and you want to figure things out before you get there? First you can find a place to stay here. There are 30 hotels in Ann Arbor, several in close vicinity to the arena.
Then, the next step would be to search for accommodations for your skater, figure out where most the best stores area, find a bank and money transfer locations, etc.
If you are planning a visit to United States, please make sure to purchase travel and medical insurance and check with your country's Figure Skating Association or Federation, to make sure your skater is cover for his or her's medical emergencies. Healthcare in United States is costly, short stay at a hospital can amount to thousands of dollars if you are not covered through insurance. Make sure you have health insurance to pay your medical expenses before you leave for US.
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