Rink Address: 1 Shove Park Drive • Camillus, NY 13031


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2018-2019 SEASON

The Cutting Edge Synchronized Skating Team

SS1, Pre-Juvenile and Open Adult Synchro Teams will be offered this year.

Team members from the Camillus Cutting Edge Syncrho teams will be selling Mixed Bags to raise money towards their individual synchronized skating membership expenses. They will be selling bags until November 1st, 2018. These bags make great gifts. Please consider buying a bag from one of the skaters. See Kerrie Carranti if you have any questions or need any additional information.


Nicole Morgan

Lindsay Brown


Fran Wissel, Parent/Coach Liaison
Rachel Neider, Locker Room Mom – Safe Sport Compliant
Christine Klimek, Fund Raising Chair
Mary Kay Devore, PR/Support
Emily Carter, Support

The Town of Camillus Parks and Recreation Department has modeled its skating offerings after the US Figure Skating Association. Experienced skating professionals from our Camillus Figure Skating Club are engaged to deliver instruction at all offered levels for children ages 3 and up.

Registration will be available at the Parks and Recreation Office located upstairs in the Shove Park Recreation Center or you can mail in the registration form that is in your Fall/Winter brochure.

Classes are  offered on Saturday afternoons in 3 sessions running from Mid-October through early March.  The first session starts Saturday, October 13th and runs through November 17th.  The Second session starts Saturday, December 8th and run through January 12th. The 3rd session starts Saturday, January 19th and runs through  March 2nd (with no classes on February 2nd)

Be sure to check out their FB page for posts on the most up to date information including the upcoming schedule, changes or cancelations.


1 Shove Park Drive • Camillus, NY – Get Directions
Mailing Address 4600 W. Genesee Street • Syracuse, New York 13219

Phone 315.487.3600

Dance, Stretch and Strength

Come join Dance instructor Amanda Lappin on Thursday evenings with her off ice training program: The dance, stretch and strength program is an off ice program designed to help your skater on the ice. Your skater will learn dance ballet fundamentals, stretching and strengthening exercises to help with skaters on ice skills. Ballet is a great way to help with skaters musicality, gracefulness and arm placement. The stretching and strengthening exercises focus on increasing back and leg flexibility and increasing skaters ankle and core strength.

There are 2 sessions for classes:
The 6:00-7:00 pm class is $10 per week and then we have a condensed class from 7:00-7:30 that is $5 per week. Classes are held at Shove Park in the back area by the community room and class fees are paid directly to Amanda.