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SHOVE PARK RECREATION CENTER
1 Shove Park Drive • Camillus, NY 13031 – Get Directions
From I-90: I-90 to I-690 exit 39. Southeast on I-690 to Rt-695 exit (Auburn/Lakeland). Follow Rt-695 to Rt-173/Warner’s Rd exit. Stay to the right and follow signs for Auburn and Camillus. Take a right onto Warner’s Rd. and go to the 2nd traffic light. Take a right onto Rt-5/W. Genesee St. then turn Left at the third traffic light onto Whedon Rd. then first Right onto Slawson Rd. The entrance to Shove Park Recreation Center is your 1st left off of Slawson Dr.
From I-690: I-690 to Rt-695 exit (Auburn/Lakeland). Follow Rt-695 to Rt-173/Warner’s Rd exit. Stay to the right and follow signs for Auburn and Camillus. Take a right onto Warner’s Rd. and go to the 2nd traffic light. Take a right onto Rt-5/W. Genesee St. and go through the 1st traffic light to Whedon Rd. (next left). Left on Whedon Rd. to Slawson Rd. Right onto Slawson Rd. The entrance to Shove Park Recreation Center is your 1st left off of Slawson Dr.
EMERGENCY CLOSING/SEVERE WEATHER POLICY
In the event that a severe storm or other emergency occurs the CFSC Club President, working with the board, will determine if group lessons and club ice will be canceled. If group lessons and club ice are cancelled parents will be notified on this website and also through the REMIND app. In addition, CFSC will try to notify the local news stations. While closings are rare, CFSC’s primary concern is the safety of our members and coaches who travel from all around the greater Syracuse area and beyond.
A supportive, safe environment for your skaters to learn and develop their skills
Club ice on Thursday’s, Saturday’s and Sunday’s for practice and development. Additional ice on school holidays and breaks.
A wide variety of coaches available for private lessons to help skater’s reach their goals (additional fee)
Optional Thursday evening group lessons for skaters of all levels of ability including an advanced free skate group that has no level limits
A fun, family oriented environment for skaters with 3 club parties (Halloween, Holiday and Valentine’s Day), a family skate night and a “Winter Snowball”
Participation in our end of the year show where skater’s get to show off all of the skills they have learned
Team skating opportunities with four synchronized skating teams (additional fee)
A club that welcomes and supports all skaters; from the recreational skater to the regional competitor, CSFC welcomes you
Opportunities to participate at camps and clinics hosted by CFSC and other clubs (additional fees)
Opportunities to compete at local competitions (at any level) (additional fees)
Membership to USFSA for the current season, which includes a complimentary subscription to Skating Magazine
A year end banquet where skater’s celebrate their season accomplishments (banquet ticket fees are additional)
A club where friendships are formed, good sportsmanship is fostered and memories are made!
No running, racing, tag, hockey, or general horseplay during club sessions.
No carrying children on ice
No eating drinking on the ice.
No climbing on or over side barriers.
No swearing or profane language in the Recreation Center.
No foreign objects on the ice (i.e. chairs, hockey sticks, pucks, etc.
No groups of three (3) or more skaters holding hands or forming chains unless under direct supervision of a club professional.
Only authorized officials allowed on the ice without skates.
Jumps are to be practiced at the ends and outer edges of the rink and spins are to be practiced in the middle area of the ice surface.
Everyone, including Professionals, must leave the ice by the end of ice time.
A Board Member can remove people from the ice who do not followe the rules.
Skaters taking lessions should always be given the right of way. Try to stay out of the way of the Pro and his or her student. Also, if you need to talk with a Pro, please do so before or after his/her instruction times.
Skating Priority: The Skater wearing the yellow vest is given 1st priority. The yellow vests are used when a skater is in a lesson or practicing and is skating to music. As soon as the skater’s music finishes the skater is to remove the yellow vest and put it over by the music box. 2nd priority is given to Skaters taking lessons. Please try to stay out of the way of the Pro and his or her student. Also, if you need to talk with a Pro, please do so before or after his/her instruction times.
We strongly recommend a bicycle helmet for younger/beginner skaters. Gloves and hats are recommended to help keep children warm. We recommend warm-up suits, sweaters, sweatshirts, sweatpants or figure skating wear. Denim jeans are discouraged as they restrict range of motion. Double runner blades are not permitted.
The Walk-on Fee is $20.00/session per skater. Skater must be a current registered member of the USFSA and provide a USFSA number. CASH OR CHECKS PAYABLE TO CFSC ACCEPTED. Returned/”bounced” checks will incur a $35.00 fee per check payable to Camillus FSC.
Complete and sign the following forms:
Please give the forms and payment to a Board Member prior to skating.