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Author Topic: 2017 Autumn in the Ozarks Adult Skating Seminar - Springdale, Arkansas  (Read 86 times)

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The Ozarks FSC is hosting an Adult Skating Seminar
Autumn in the Ozarks
October 28th and 29th

Jones Center, Springdale, Arkansas

Registration not open yet, but there's a Facebook event that's being used to gauge interest:

Quote from: Autumn in the Ozarks Description
Ozark Figure Skating Club will host Autumn in the Ozarks, an adult skating seminar, on Oct. 28 and 29, 2017 at The Jones Center in Springdale, Arkansas. This seminar will be for skaters anywhere in the U.S. who are 18 years old or older.

Paula Trujillo, manager of the Scott Hamilton Skating Academy, will be the coach for the seminar. Coach Trujillo is triple master rated by the Professional Skaters Association in freestyle, choreography and style, and group instruction.

The seminar will focus on jumps, spins, choreography, edges, footwork, power and off-ice. The registration fee for this two-day seminar will be $300 per person ($250 per person for OFSC members). Coaches will be able to audit the seminar for free if at least three of their skaters are registered. Registration will be taken via EntryEeze. Stay posted for more details and registration information in the near future.

Ozark Figure Skating Club and The Jones Center are located in beautiful Northwest Arkansas, which sits in the Ozarks about 3 ½ hours south of Kansas City, Missouri and about 3 ½ hours east of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Northwest Arkansas is also home to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, the University of Arkansas, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, Beaver Lake and many hiking trails.

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