Ice Skating Facilities

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ARKANSAS
    
 
City and Skating Facility
United States Figure Skating Club Affiliation
Bentonville
Permanent Outdoor Ice Skating
Rink at Lawrence Plaza
November 20, 2010 through January 8, 2011. It’s an ice rink in the winter and splash park in the summer.

Little Rock
Arkansas Skatium
Desert Schools Coyotes Center
1311 Bowman Road
Little Rock, AR 72211;
(501) 227-4333

Diamond Edge FSC #793 (SW/M)
Address: PO Box 242662, Little Rock, AR 72223--2662; (501) 227-4333
Principal HQ: Arkansas Skatium, 1311 Bowman Road, Little Rock, AR 72211; (501) 227-4333
Springdale
The Jones Center For Families
922 E. Emma
Springdale, AR 72756;
(479) 756-8090
Ozark FSC #1737 (SW/M)
Address: PO Box 601, Springdale, AR 72764; (501) 756-8090 x304
Principal HQ: The Jones Center For Families, 922 E. Emma, Springdale, AR 72756; (479) 756-8090
                                                                                                                                                                      
Resources:

Ice Skating Facilities and Club List

College and University Skating Programs

US Figure Skating

USFS Basic Skating Skills Club List

USFS Member Club Directory 2011-12
Ice Skating Insitute

ISI Rink List USA - 16 administrative areas

USA Curling

US Speed Skating

USA Hockey

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