Morgan Park Sports Center Presents:

Skating Through Life

Join us for our 3rd annual Ice Revue! Skaters in the Morgan Park figure skating program have been working hard all year and are excited to show you what they’ve done!

Ice Show Dates

Friday, May 10th – 7:30 pm
Saturday, May 11th – 2:00 pm


Tickets – ON SALE NOW!

$10 General Admission    
$5 Senior (65+) & Children (13 and under)


Registration Dates 2018-19

Registration is now open! Register online by visiting Chicago Park District website.

Chicago Park District Sessions and Registration Dates

Fall 2: November 5, 2018 – January 13, 2019
Registration: Tuesday, October 16th 9:00 am

Winter: January 21, 2019 – March 17, 2019
Registration: Tuesday, January 8th 9:00 am 

Spring: March 25, 2019 – June 2, 2019
Registration: Tuesday, March 5th 9:00 am 

Summer: June 17, 2019 – August 18, 2019
Registration: Tuesday, May 28th 9:00 am 


Figure Skating / Learn to Ice Skate Classes

Learn to Skate Classes

Toddler Crawl: For the toddler aged child 12 mo – 24 mo. Toddler Crawl is a play-based class to teach kids that the ice is a fun, silly and slippery place! Participants do not wear ice skates, but walk/crawl on the ice in boots, snowpants, helmet and gloves. 

Baby Blades: For the older toddler, ages 2 – 3 years. Baby Blades is a longer play-based class, where skaters will wear skates for the first time! It’s a BIG DAY when they stand up by themselves for the first time!!

Snowplow Sam: For pre-school aged children, 3-5, the Snowplow Sam levels are designed to help the pre-school aged skater develop preliminary coordination and strength and maneuver on the ice.

Basic 1-6 Levels: For Ages 6 -12, the Basic Skills levels are the fundamentals of the sport of figure skating and introduce forward and backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers and turns.

Free Skate Levels: For ages 6 and up, The Free Skate levels are designed for advanced skaters, who have already passed all of the introductory “Basic 8” levels. Skaters are already getting used to spinning and jumping.

Teen and Adult Levels: For ages 13 and UP!! the Teen and Adult levels are the fundamentals of the sport of figure skating and introduce forward and backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers and turns.

*If there are questions about a skater’s proper level, please contact Skating Coordinator Kathy Janik to set up an evaluation time on the ice.

New to Ice Skating?? Start here, with our Welcome Guide!

Freestyle Ice (click here for the Drop-In Schedule!)

Freestyle Ice is practice ice for Figure Skaters who are in Free Skate 1 and above, or any level skater that has scheduled a private lesson with a coach. It is not an open skate. Hockey players are not allowed on Freestyle Ice (Please check the Stick n’ Puck schedule for Hockey practice times.)

For more information on level requirements, please visit!

Ice Rink Calendar

Our up-to-the-minute Daily Ice Calendar, which lists all Learn to Ice Skate classes, Freestyle Ice, Stick n’ Puck, Rat Hockey and everything else in between!


Check the Skating Bulletin Board weekly for general program information, schedule changes, important dates, and special events.

For more information about the skating program or if you have any questions, please contact the Skating Coordinator or inquire at the Business Office. (773) 840 – 4622

Kathy Janik
Morgan Park Sports Center – Skating Coordinator
(773) 945 – 6014


What's New

2018 Skate Exchange! October 20th 7:00 –
Fall Session 2 Schedule is now available
MPSC is not currently offering any summer
Morgan Park Sports Center is thrilled to

Ice Rink Reservations

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Special Events

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Skating Class Schedule

Learn to Skate Class Schedule Reminder: All

Class Descriptions

Class Descriptions   Toddler Crawl (12 mo

Information to know when starting Ice Skating!

Welcome to the Learn to Skate Classes at Morgan

Freestyle Schedule

Spring Schedule  In effect April 1st - June

Figure Skating Summer Camp

    2019 Ice Skating Summer Camps and