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Rink Programs

2023 Rink Programs

Inclusive Ice Programs

Program Info

 We provide rental skates, sled hockey sleds, skate assists, helmets, sticks, gloves, and elbow pads. Inclusive ice programing will be available on select Saturday mornings until March.


November 18, 2023 1:30-2:30 pm  Arrive by 1:10 pm
December 16, 2023 10:15-11:15 am  Arrive by 9:55 am
December 30, 2023 10:15-11:15 am  Arrive by 9:55 am
January 20, 2024 10:15-11:15 am  Arrive by 9:55 am
February 3, 2024 10:15-11:15 am  Arrive by 9:55 am
March 9, 2024 10:15-11:15 am  Arrive by 9:55 am


Program Info

Teton Valley Curling Club Winter League:

12 team max – Each team gets 8 draws, plus 2 days of playoffs.

Playoffs are schedule for March 9th and 10th (sat, sun.)

Season dates: 11/5/23 – 2/4/24, Select Sundays, 1:00 – 3:30 pm.

Draws will be held on the following dates: 11/5, 11/12, 11/19, 12/17, 12/31, 1/7, 1/21, 2/4.

Between these dates your team will have 8 draws. Times will vary by team. Team schedule will be emailed to the Skip (team captain) as soon as it’s available.

Team registration includes 5 curlers (4 Curlers and 1 substitute). Only 4 curlers are allowed on the ice at a time.  All curlers on the ice must be on the roster with waivers signed. Additional subs are allowed, and will be charged $50 per person to cover their annual MOPAC membership.

Cost: $775* per team of up to 5 players.

*This includes your annual fee to Mountain Pacific Curling Association (MOPAC) which makes you eligible to register for bonspiels across the region!

Payment plans are available: $275 deposit paid upon registration. $250 per month for two months beginning December 1st.

8 draw guarantee – Twice as much curling as last year!

Dates: Alternating Sundays, 8 weeks total.


Learn to Curl: 

Fee: $25 per person

Freestyle Figure Skating

Program Info

What is a freestyle session? A Freestyle session allows figure skaters to practice and train advanced skating skills, jumps and spin techniques and choreography. There are specific rules, as well as protocol and etiquette (see below), that must be adhered to so that all skaters can make the most of these sessions. 

A skater does not need to be accompanied by a coach to utilize a freestyle session, though many skaters have private lessons during a freestyle session.


Freestyle sessions are different from public sessions.

In order to practice on freestyle ice, skaters must have passed at least Basic 5 skill level which includes forward/backward crossovers, turning between backward and forward and the ability to stop from speed. (Does not apply to skaters who are taking a private lesson with an authorized Coach during the freestyle session).

Everyone on a freestyle session actually knows how to skate and tries to stay out of other people’s way. It is important to stay aware of your surroundings and stay out of the way of other skaters/coaches. Part of the “given” during a freestyle session is that all skaters have complete control of what they are doing, but also an awareness of what is going on around them.


 We want all figure skaters to enjoy their freestyle time at the Kotler Arena. Please read the rules below so that skaters can practice in a safe manner. Should you have any concerns or questions contact Angie via email:


Addmission: $20

Learn to Skate
Youth & Adult 

Program Info

The Kotler Ice Arena and our coaches are USA Learn-to-skate certified and believe that by properly coaching the fundamentals, we can foster an important skill set and a lifelong passion for on ice sports. We offer a variety of “learn to skate” courses, organized by ability level and age.

For the 2023 – 24 Winter season, we are planning to offer the following Class options: Level I and Level II, Figure Skating Development, and Hockey skating fundamentals.



Ages: 3-5

Wednesdays 3:45-4:15 

Thursday 3:45-4:15

Session I:Wednesdays November 8 – January 3 (no practice on Dec 27)

              Thursdays November 2 – January 4 (No practice Nov 23)

Session II: Wednesdays  January 10 – February 28

                Thursdays January 11 – February 29

Cost: $130 per session

Maximum Skaters: 12 per class with wait list*

* We will be adding class capacity as we acquire coaches 




Figure Skating Development and Hockey skating fundamentals.

Ages: 5 – 10 

Wednesdays 4:15 – 4:45pm

Thursdays 3:45-4:15

Session I: Wednesdays November 8 – January 3 (no practice on Dec 27)

              Thursdays November 2 – January 4 (No practice Nov 23)

Session II: Wednesdays  January 10 – February 28

                Thursdays January 11 – February 29

Cost: $150 per session

Maximum Skaters: 12 per class with wait list*

* We will be adding class capacity as we acquire coaches

Adult Classes 

Open Skate

Program Info

Every Friday and Saturday (and some Sundays) we host our popular open skate programs. Skaters of all ages are welcome to come and skate together under the mountains!

Admission: $10 for adults, $5 for childern 12 and under.

Skate rentals: $3

Season Dates: November 25 – March 25

Schedule: Please check the rink schedule for exact dates and times.

Watch for Special “pop-up” dates on our calendar

**NEW this season – Sponsor Open Skate!** If interested email:

Pick-Up Hockey

Program Info

Pick-up hockey is a program that is open to the public at which adults of varying levels show up, split up and play hockey! Minimum gear requirements are helmet, gloves, shinpads, sticks and skates, but full gear is often utilized. In addition to our weekly Adult Pick-up hockey games, we are hoping to offer a variety of “themed” pick-up nights throughout the 2022 – 23 winter season!

Dates: Begins November 16th
Schedule: Wednesdays and Fridays, 10pm
Select Saturdays & Sundays
(Times vary. Check live schedule)
Fees: $10 per skater or season pass

Private Rentals

Program Info

Kotler Ice Arena is the perfect place to host birthday parties, corporate events, and family get-togethers! For more information on availability and pricing options, please email our Rink Director at

Rental Rates:  $200 per hour, plus tax. Includes use of a heated locker room and table (upon request).

Skate rentals: $3 per person or $30 for the whole group.

Request Process: Please check our live calendar to find an available date. If the schedule says “Available for rental” Please email requesting that date & time, and be sure to include contact information to finalize scheduling. If there is a date & time without anything scheduled, this ice is available depending on staff availability. To request a time & date that is not listed as “available” please send a request with time, date and contact information. Please send all private rental inquiries to

Youth Stick & Puck

Program Info

At youth stick and puck, the kids run the ice! No adults allowed on the ice, so that kids have an opportunity to be kids, and learn how to lead and encourage others! This is an admission-based public program where youth skaters of all ages and abilities are welcome to come practice individually or participate in a friendly game of pick-up hockey with peers!

Schedule:  Times vary based on weekend events.  
Please check the live schedule.
Fees: $7 per skater or season pass

Thank You

to our generous sponsors

Get In Touch

Teton Valley Foundation:

Kotler Ice Arena:

Cutthroats Youth Hockey:
Stacey Moore, Youth Hockey Director