skip navigation


Re- Opening of the Rink

The Beaver Dam Family Center board met recently to discuss plans of re-opening the rink.  Several guidelines will be in place to assure your skaters health safety.  

We look forward to opening the rink, but it's going to be different.

* Skaters come to the rink, ready to take the ice

* Masks are required while in building, but not on the ice

* No Parents/spectators are  allowed in building at this time

*Enter building via Gould Street Glass Doors labeled Skater     Entrance

* Exit building using exit door in Hallway 3/4

*Limit personal items to necessities

* Bathroom limit of 2 at one time

We ask that skaters prepare themselves in the warming room, and then take their small bag of essentials to the ice area, enter the ice closes to locker room 1/2 door, and EXIT the ice closes to locker room 3/4.  When skaters are done on the ice, they are to gather their belongings from the rink area and leave out the back door down hallway 3/4 (lockerrooms) .  When areas are empty, cleaning will take place.  Then the next group may enter the building/ice areas etc.  All water bottles will need to be placed while you are on the ice along the boards where the hockey players would sit.  Keep your bottles 6 feet apart (social distancing). 

Social Distancing 6ft rule will also apply while in the buidling and on the ice.  Lockerrooms will not be available at this time.  Skaters may bring in a small bag of essesntial items.  There will be no sharing of water bottles or kleenexs.   Team parent reps may enter the building wearing a mask, and will need to follow the 6 ft social distancing rule.  

We will allow 15 on the ice at one time.  Total is a combination of skaters/coaches.  Skaters are not to congregate at the rink.  In the past, skaters may come and be at the rink for 3-4 hrs, with periods of resting, socializing and "hanging out"  This will not be the case at this time.    We are building a practice schedule for privates which will follow a scheduled time.  Most rinks practice this way already and some of you may already be used to this type of "freestyle ice".  For others, it will be a learning curve.  We will all be in this together and will make the most of the cirucmstances our world has given us.  Our ultimate goal is our skater and families health and safety while in our facility.    

This is a fluid situation with information and recommendations that can change daily.  We will keep you updated via email/facebook/website with those changes.  

 All tryout materials (payment, off ice video, dance, and on ice video)
will be due Thursday, April 30th by midnight.
Please use the Swansyncsation tab above for tryout specifics, fee estimates, season information, Team requirements and lots of great resource information for parents! 




Thanks to all the parents that attended our parent meeting last night!  We will continue to post information here, or on our Swansyncsation page.    If you have NOT registered but would like to do so or you would like to view the parent meeting to see what we have to offer, please email us at:    


CONGRATULATIONS WISCONSIN INSPIRE JUVENILE on your BRONZE at the MIdwestern Synchronized Skating Championships!

Congratulations to the Wisconsin Inspire Juvenile team on their Bronze medal at Sectionals and best of luck competing at the  National Synchronized Skating Championships in Providence Rhode Island at the end of February!  This team as well as our novice and intermediate, is made up of many Swan City Ice Skaters members, who started as Swans and are now on our Co-op Wisconsin Inspire teams!  Good luck to our Swans teams competing right here at our home competition, Swansynchroskate at the Beaver Dam Family Center on Feb. 15! Interested in our co-op or any of our teams, contact, Lisa Henning 

Fully supported by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey and US Speedskating, with support from Special Olympics, the Professional Skaters Association and the U.S. Ice Rink Association, Learn to Skate USA offers every student a heartfelt welcome, lifelong benefits and fond memories. Passion: It's why Learn to Skate USA is recognized as the world's best ice skating program.

 Learn to Skate USA 
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned skater, a tiny tot or an adult skater, we have a program for you!   Any questions please contact program director Lisa Henning at 920-344-8684




Welcome on Behalf of Swan City Ice Skaters!

Swan City Ice Skaters takes pride in offering a competitive Synchronized skating program along with opportunity for personal & competitive growth through Solo skating for figure skaters of all ages and skill level.
For more information about our classes & program please feel free to contact any board member listed on "About SCIS" tab to the left or "Contact Us" for a general inquiry.
We are located at 609 Gould Street in Beaver Dam, WI

Come Skate with Us!