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We would love for your skater to join us as a member of the Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club!

All general members receive the following benefits:
  • Enjoy skating with people who share your passion for the sport of figure skating
  • Meet New Friends 
  • Receive a Voucher for 1 Walk-On Specialty Class per year based on availability  ~Value of $18 
  • Receive a Voucher for 1 Hour of Club Ice per year
  • Members are able to Contract Club ICE prior to the next month of ice - KMFSC  members receive Priority status for club ice and a discount 
  • Join Members in KMFSC Club Sponsored Activities throughout the season
  • All Members can represent KMFSC in Basic Skills Competitions 
  • Exclusive to KMFSC, all Member Skaters and Their FAMILIES receive a Kettle Moraine Ice Center FAMILY Skate Pass to Open Skate ~Value of $145  
  • Participation in the KMFSC Members Only Routine in the Annual Ice Show and participation in the Opening Number.
  • Members are able to order Member Only Apparel, in addition to Spirit Wear
  • Complimentary KMFSC Annual Awards Banquet honoring all member skaters
  • Participation in KMFSC "Give Back" Community Focused Events

In addition to the above - KMFSC Full Members receive the following benefits:
  • Enjoy a full U.S. Figure Skating membership which includes accident insurance and  a subscription to Skating magazine. 
  • Full Membership skaters may participate in both Basic Skills and IJS Competitions ∙ Full Members are able to pursue both testing opportunities at member rates and club  recognition of tests passed 
  • Members receive Certificates and Patches for all Tests passed. 
  • Members who Achieve their Gold Medal Test Receive on Behalf of KMFSC their  USFSA Gold Medal Jacket
  • Member Gold Medalists Names will be displayed on a Banner inside Kettle Moraine ∙ Full Members are eligible for KMFSC Scholarships as long as member skaters meet  eligibility requirements set forth by the BOD 
  • Graduating Full Member Seniors Receive on behalf of KMFSC their Collegiate Membership

KMFSC coaches are expected to coach a minimum of 3 Sessions of Learn to Skate and Have a minimum of 3 KMFSC member skaters in private lessons.

In addition to the above benefits for full members, coaches receive the following benefits:
  • KMFSC Member Coaches on STAFF Receive a Complimentary KMFSC Jacket to use during the season
  • KMFSC Member Coaches on Staff will be eligible for the Coaching Development Fund.

  • Demonstrate support for the club and its members at all functions at Kettle Moraine and Other Club Facilities, especially competitions and test sessions.
  • Members are expected to read and sign the KMFSC & WCYHA Code of Conduct. It is expected that all members abide by the Code of Conduct out of respect for all. ∙ Show courtesy to and respect for fellow club members and their guests at all KMFSC ice, practice times, training sessions, and group activities.
  • Members of KMFSC (excluding coaches, Adult memberships, & collegiate members) have a total of 8 hours of volunteer service required (per family) during the 2023-2024 season this does NOT include Required events, please see the membership application for required events.
  • All volunteers as required by USFS must complete SafeSport Training (KMFSC will pay fees required for this which is $30.00)

  • Full DUAL Parent/Child Home Club: Membership for individual skaters who seek to participate in all disciplines of figure skating including Testing, Competitions and Club activities representing the Club they Chose to Skate for, in this instance KMFSC.
  • Basic membership: This is a membership for new skaters and is only available to those who have never joined a USFS club before. This allows skaters to compete for the club they chose to represent.
  • Associate membership: Those joining at this level must be a full member of another USFS club.
  • Professional membership for KMFSC Full Staff Coach: This is a membership for coaches and other skating professionals who chose to make KMFSC their home club and coach year round with KMFSC. Professional members who coach at KMFSC must be registered professionals with USFS and PSA. As a benefit KMFSC will pay for coaches who coach for a minimum of 3 Learn to Skate Sessions or who have a minimum of 3 KMFSC member skaters in private lessons
  • Associate Professional Member: Membership for coaches and other skating professionals who chose another USFS club as their home club.
  • Collegiate membership: This membership is available to college students who wish to continue skating. 
  • LTS Membership Only: Membership required by USFS for participation in USFS Learn to Skate Program

Become a member today!  Register online using our registration and ice booking service - Daysmart Recreation.  Follow these instructions:

Already registered?  Login to your membership portal here:
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Welcome to the Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club information page for our upcoming classes!

We are pleased to offer online registration

Registration becomes available about a month before each session begins.
We look forward to having you join us and are excited for another great session!

**Please note there is a service fee for paying online with a credit card. If you sign up online you may still pay by check at the rink with no fee. During your check-out process, simply select "Check Payment" as your payment method. Checks should be made payable to KMFSC and turned in at the front LTS desk (located just outside the rink doors on the lower level) OR placed in the KMFSC lock box located on the pillar just outside the skate rental room.

2023/24 Dates

Session 1: 08/20/23 - 09/24/23 - no ice on labor day weekend

Session 2: 10/01/23 - 11/05/23

Session 3: 11/12/23 - 12/17/23

Session 4: 01/07/24 - 02/11/24

Session 5: 02/18/24 - 03/24/24

2024 Summer Schedule - class registration links are now live at
Session 1 - 6/17/2024 - 7/24/2024 (no class week of July 4th)

Session 2 - 7/29/2024 - 8/28/2024



Welcome to the Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club
Thank you for visiting our website!

The Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club is located in West Bend, Wisconsin in Washington County at the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. We are a figure skating club devoted to advancing the sport of figure skating in Washington County. We also run the Learn to Skate USA program at the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. We are a non-profit figure skating club governed by a board of volunteers who are voted on each year.

The Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club (KMFSC) is devoted to the instruction and development of the sport of figure skating in the Washington County community.

KMFSC actively promotes the mental and physical rewards of recreational skating. In doing so, the figure skating club provides the community with the only formal, professionally taught skating program in the county.

The club is solely run by parent volunteers, who over the years have devoted countless hours to making the club what it is today.

The Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club is a proud member of PSA's Excellence on Ice program. All of the club's coaches are required to be members of PSA, encouraged to continue their coaching education to advance within their profession and obtain PSA Rankings and Ratings as evidence of their accomplishments as a coach and their level of education.

President - Melissa Zillmer

Vice President - Brad Otto

Treasurer - Sarah Welke

Secretary- Becky Diels

General Members-

Doug DePolo

Shelly Gehring

Calyn Strobel

Terri Brewer

Michelle Andrews

Amanda Raudabaugh

Kelly Kreuser

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Board Meeting Schedule

2023/24 Dates
Tuesday, August 15 - 6:30 PM

Every 2nd Monday of the month - 6:30 PM
Unless otherwise announced - the board will meet at Kettle Moraine Ice Center.
Monday, Sept 11 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Oct 9 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Nov 13 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Dec 11 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Jan 8 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Feb 12 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Mar 11 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Apr 8 - 6:30 PM
Monday, May 13 - 6:30 PM
Monday, Jun 10 - 6:30 PM

Board meetings are open for any KMFSC member to attend. If you are not a board member, you will be asked to leave for any confidential business that must be conducted during a closed session.

Megan Zienkiewicz


Katy Jaessing


Shelly Gehring


Cecelia Wisner


Naomi Jehly


Becky Vara


Melanie Pitrof


Morgan Lichtensteiger


Frequently Asked Questions for Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club's Learn to Skate USA Program

Please feel free to email us at for more questions.

What is the Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club?

The KMFSC is a Figure Skating club devoted to the instruction and development of the sport of Figure Skating in the Washington County Community. KMFSC is a 100% parent volunteer non-profit 501c(3) sports club. We currently have a membership of more than 35 skaters and parents. New club members are always welcome. Visit ourMembership section on the website to learn more about our different membership opportunities and the many benefits the members receive. We have club activities and meetings. If you are interested in becoming a member, email us. We welcome all interested and hope you can join us. 

Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club also runs the Learn to Skate USA program at the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. The United States Speedskating, Hockey Association, and Figure Skating Association all recommend a skater get their start in a Learn to Skate USA program. 

What class do I sign up for?

If you or your child have never skated before, or have never had any formal training, we recommend starting in the following classes: Snowplow Sam 1 (SPS1) for ages 3-6; Basic 1 (BS1) for ages 6.5 / 7 and older; Hockey 1 – 4 is recommended for children who would like to pursue Hockey, and have little or no skating experience, ages 3 – 7.

What is the class progression?

After Snowplow Sam 1, ages 3-5 advance to Snowplow Sam 2, 3, 4 and then to Basic 2.  After Basic 1, ages 6.5+ advance to Basic 2-6 levels, then on to Pre-Freeskate, then to Freeskate 1-6 levels. After Hockey 1-4, we recommend the child enter into the Introduction to Hockey program offered through Washington County Hockey Association. 

Beginner Classes 

No Experience Required! In any of our beginner classes, skaters will learn basic skating fundamentals, such as standing up, falling down, forward & backward skating, gliding, & stopping.

Snowplow Sam 1-4 (ages 3-5)


Basic 1 (age 6+)


Adult Classes


intermediate Classes

Basic 2-4


Basic 5 & 6 & Prefreeskate


Advanced Classes

Free Skate 1-6

Free Skate 7-9


What are the prices of the classes?

See the class registration page for current pricing at

Are there classes for more advanced figure skaters?

Yes, we are now offering a Free Skates 7, 8, & 9 class and speciality classes, see what is included within these classes below: 

Free Skate 7


Lutz, 1/2 loop, Flip Combo

Split Jump


Camel, Sit, Back Sit Combo

Forward and Backward Brackets

Free Skate 8

Double Salchow

Difficult entrance into axel

Flying Camel

Camel, Back Camel Combo


Falling leaf

1 difficult cluster

Free Skate 9

Double Toe Loop

Axel, 1/2 Loop, Double Salchow Combo

Death Drop

Level 4 combo spin

Stag Jump

2 difficult clusters 


Specialty Classes

Recommended for Basic 5 +

$84.00 per session

On Ice Specialty Class 

Sunday 5:15-6:00pm

What do I need to wear?

Please wear warm, comfortable, layered clothing including gloves and thin, warm socks. You may choose to have your child wear a bike or hockey helmet. Once the skater advances into further classes, they may choose to wear more athletic appearing leggings and tops. 

How and where do I sign up?

For Learn to Skate classes, you may register online at

Become a member today!  Register online using our registration and ice booking service - Daysmart Recreation.  Follow these instructions:

Already registered?  Login to your membership portal here:

What do I need to do the first day?

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the start time of your first class. Volunteers will guide you where to go. Be ready to have fun!!

Can I make up a missed class?

Due to the scheduling of ice time, missed classes cannot be made up.

Can I get a refund if my skater decides that they do not like the class or cannot make it to classes?

KMFSC has a no-refund policy on classes after the first week of each session.

How do I get to be part of the annual Ice Show?

The Ice Show is our end of season showcase of all of our skaters. It is a very exciting experience to be a part of. Any skater that is registered in a Learn to Skate class within our program, or is a KMFSC member is welcome to be a part of the Ice Show.  Visit the Ice Show section of our website for more details with the date and times of the show. We welcome all skaters to join the Ice Show.

How do I practice my skating?

To progress through the skating classes and get the most out of your lessons, it is recommended for each ½ hour lesson that a skater practices for 1 hour on their own time. The club has many open ice times to practice. Visit the Practice Ice section of our website to learn about the times, dates, and prices for practice ice. You may also choose to work one on one with a certified coach.

How do I choose a coach?

Many skaters choose to work with a coach one-on-one to develop their skills, and progress faster. Working with a coach can offer the opportunities to participate in competitions and test sessions. Visit the Coach section on our website to learn about the coaches. You may email them directly to determine availability and ask questions. You may also ask the Learn the skate coach to see if they are available for private coaching.

What is the best place to buy skates or skating apparel?

Many times throughout the season, we offer a used skate/apparel sale at the rink during Learn to Skate sessions. This is a great way to buy used skates/equipment or to sell your skating equipment. 

How do I learn more about the Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club or upcoming events?

Our website is continually updated to provide the most up to date information. We also have bulletin boards located at the rink with current information. Like us on Facebook or ask a club member or board member. We are always available to answer your questions.

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Follow us to the world of Skating!
Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club runs the Learn to Skate USA program at the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. We offer all classes including:
  • Basic ice skating classes
  • Figure Skating, Basic and Advanced classes
  • Beginning Hockey classes
  • Specialty Classes for Figure Skaters
  • Adult learn to skate classes
Skating is a sport one can participate in individually or as a member of a team, recreationally or competitively, throughout one's life. It is fun, creative and challenging. It involves the development, practice and execution of skills that one progressively learns and builds on over time. Figure skating provides a wonderful opportunity for children of all ages to learn physical and mental skills to engage in a sport that is creative, challenging and fun. As parents supporting our children in their development, we look for information that will help us make informed decisions as we support our children in their activities. We hope the information we make available will provide a useful and helpful resource about figure skating and the basic skills of the sport (info. provided from the USFS website).

Please click on this link to learn more about learning to skate: 
The Learn to Skate USA program is endorsed by the following: US Figure Skating, USA Hockey, and US Speed skating associations. To learn more, visit:
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 Practice Figure Skating Ice
To progress faster in your skating skills and get the most out of your lessons, it is recommended for each 1/2-hour lesson, that a skater practices for 1 hour on their own. For the safety of all skaters, skaters who are Basic Skills Level 4 or higher are allowed to practice on KMFSC Club Ice & KMIC Open figure skating Ice without a coach. This means that any skater who is a level of Basic 3 & below is required to be in a lesson with a coach while on KMFSC Club Ice or KMIC Open figure skating Ice OR have permission from the LTS Director.

KMFSC Figure Skating Club Ice:
Sundays, 3:00 - 5:00 & 6:45-8:15pm and Wednesdays, 3:00 - 6:00 pm, Fridays 2:30 - 5:30pm. Ice can be purchased daily thru Daysmart Recreation:

KMFSC Club Member Discount on Practice Ice:
Practice Ice is available to KMFSC members at a discount. ONLY KMFSC MEMBERS may contract ice in advance for a discounted rate - at $6.50 per half hour. Non-members pay $9 per half hour.  If you have any questions please email

Open Figure Skating Ice per Kettle Moraine Ice Center (Rink Ice):
This is open to all figure skaters basic 4 and above. Please follow the instructions for how to book ice:

All skaters will abide by the code of conduct set forth by KMFSC and WCYHA.
See board members for questions.

Kettle Moraine Figure
Skating Club

Bunny Hop Invitational
Compete USA Competition
April 6, 2024
Register here:
Bunny Hop Registration

Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club
Test Sessions

Click on the following link to sign up for test sessions:
KMFSC Test Registration

Test Sessions:
Friday December 8, 2023 - Single and Triple Panel
Friday, March 22, 2024 - Single and Triple Panel

Location: Kettle Moraine Ice Center, West Bend

Please contact for more information or questions.

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Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club Stars on Ice presents
The Eras of KMFSC - 30th Anniversary Ice Show
April 27th 2024, @ 3:00pm
April 28th 2024, @ 2:00pm
Register by Jan 22nd, 2024 -
Buy tickets -

Past Ice Show Themes
2023 - Under the Stars
2022 - Fire on Ice
2021 - TV Time Warp
2020 - Broadway on Ice
2019 - Heros vs. Villains
2018 - Water...A Spectacle on Ice
2017 - Skating Around the World
2016 - So You Think You Can Skate
2015 - Viva Las Vegas
2014 - Red Carpet Premiere
2013 - Roadtrip
2012 - Glee
2011 - Love Songs
2010 - Skates on Broadway
2009 - Skatin' Around the Clock
2008 - A Night at the Movies
2007 - Skatin' Alive
2006 - Heard it Through the Skate Vine
2005 - Skate! Skate! Skate Senora!
2004 - Boot Skatin Boogie
2003 - Celebrate (10th anniversary)
2002 - Proud to be an American
2001 - A Skate Odyessey
2000 - Dancing on the Edge
1999 - TV Glide
1989 - Musical on Ice
1997 - Rock n Roll on Ice
1996- Disney on Ice
1995 - Broadway on Ice
1994 - Summer Fun

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KMFSC is a 100% volunteer run club!  We need your help to run a successful club!

All club member families will be required to complete two requirements for volunteer/service:

1. Volunteer/Service hours at required events where you have a child participating. (Test session, competition & ice show). An online sign-up will be distributed for these events as we approach their start date / as we get closer to the actual event.

2. 8 additional volunteer/service hours.

Family Volunteer Sign-Up Link for 2023/24 Season - Session 1:

Family Volunteer Sign-Up Link for 2023/24 Season - Session 2:

Family Volunteer Sign-Up Link for 2023/24 Season - Session 3:

Family Volunteer Sign-Up Link for 2023/24 Season - Session 4:

Family Volunteer Sign-Up Link for 2023/24 Season - Session 5:

Volunteer on Ice Show Picture Day if you do not have enough hours yet:

NOTE: Volunteer hours will have been entered into your EntryEeze account under the oldest skater’s name.

Once you sign up for a shift, it is your responsibility to show up or find a substitute. We also ask that you stay for the full shift you signed up to run. If you leave early, credit for the hours will not be given.

Volunteers needed for:
  • Skate Rental Room
    • Hand out ice skates for rent during learn to skate classes on Sunday evenings (rentals are included with the registration and you do not need to collect money)
    • Clean up the skates when the student turns them in at the rental counter (spray inside the skate with provided cleaner, wipe the blades, stick the laces inside the boot, and put the skates away according to size).
    • Close up and lock the skate rental room if you are running the final shift of the night (6:45 PM is when the last LTS class ends on Sunday night)
  • Ice Monitor
    • Keep track of skaters on the ice
    • Make sure a skater entering the ice is listed on the schedule and check them in
    • If a skater has not registered / paid for their ice - they are not allowed to step on the ice
  • 2330 South Main Street, West Bend, WI 53095, USA
  • Mailing address: Kettle Moraine FSC PO Box 956 West Bend, WI 53095