Lessons are offered in English to children on Thursdays at 17:00, groups starting at age 4 years and up. The kids are divided according to age and skill level, and not to worry, there are plenty of teachers on hand to help with beginners. Group practices are outdoors so dress warm! It’s important to note: helmets are a must and skaters need to bring their own skates. Skates are available to rent but you’ll need to make an appointment for a fitting.
I found the best way to contact DASK is to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Do expect a few days wait time before they respond. They don’t have someone in the office everyday and it will take time for them to contact you. Or show up at the class and get the information directly from them, sometimes this is easier.
For private lessons, you can email requesting a teacher or talk to them directly at the rink. Private lessons are scheduled during the open public skating time on weekends and prices depend on the individual teachers. Unfortunately, the rink closes on March 6th so if you want to skate you better race over before the ice melts!
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