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We are limiting the number of skaters to 10 while PHMDC Order #10 is in effect.
Prices: $14 for home club members, $16 for associate club members and $18 for non members.
Walk-ons are currently not allowed.
Both SWFSC and McFarland Ice Inc have taken precautions consistent with the Public Health guidelines to decrease any risk of contracting COVID-19. Your skater is agreeing to do their part by following the rules outlined below. McFarland Ice Inc has enhanced their sanitizing practices and these are listed on the door of the rink for your reference.
Because there can be no guarantee that skaters will not be exposed to the COVID-19 virus your registration for ice signify accepting this risk and not holding SWFSC or McFarland Ice Inc any liability if your skater should become COVID-19 positive after skating.
NO ONE enters building if you have any of the following symptoms:
temperature above 100°, new fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell
- Due to the asymptomatic nature of Covid-19, if you or a close family member test positive, you are expected to self-quarantine and not enter the rink for 14 days.
Rink rules that we need to follow
Skaters are required to wear masks while at the rink and on the ice
No more than 10 skaters on the ice
While in the building or on the ice coaches and skaters must remain 6 ft apart. USFS recommends coaches not touch skaters
Before the next group enters the facility the previous group must be completely out of the building. Ensuring at no point the total population inside the building exceeds 40.
User groups must have someone designated as the monitor to ensure their group enters and leaves in a timely manner, while maintaining the total population at the rink does not exceed 40 people.
Parents will have to view their skaters from live barn in the parking lot and may not view from the lobby area. Live barn information is available at the rink and there is a promotion code that allows a discount
Locker rooms 3 & 4 may be used for skater warms ups and to put on skates. As weather outside gets colder, rink designated locker rooms 3 & 4 for figure skaters use. No more than 5 skaters per locker room will be allowed, and locker room doors must stay open to allow air circulation.
There will be a designated entrance into the building and the ice, and a separate designated exit from the ice and the building. Skaters and coaches need to wear masks until they get on the ice
Skaters may bring water bottles, there will be designated areas on the dashers to put water bottles for each skater
We will need to have a monitor at each session.
If your child is skating, you may need to monitor. Please sign up to monitor when you are available.
The monitor is the link between the parents waiting outside the building and what is going on inside the building.
They’ll be required to have all the skaters contact information on hand to get a hold of parents if an event happens on the ice.
Make sure guidelines of the rink are followed and coordinate their user group in and out of the building.