About the Duluth Figure Skating Club

Duluth Figure Skating Club Overview

The Duluth Figure Skating Club was founded in 1926. Today we have approximately 200 members (individual skaters, coaches and board members) and we are open to new membership. Duluth offers Learn to Skate Classes for ages three to adults. The DFSC follows the Learn to Skate USA protocol, endorsed by US Figure Skating, USA Hockey, USA Speedskating, and Special Olympics. Learn how to join the DFSC.

Learn to Skate Duluth

The Duluth Figure Skating Club uses the USFSA Basic Skills Program for Learn-to-Skate classes. Our program encourages ice skating at all levels and is designed to keep students excited about skating from the time they begin until they achieve their goals. Learn more about Learn to Skate.

Our Purpose

The purpose of the Duluth Figure Skating Club is to encourage instruction, practice and advancement of the members in any or all of the disciplines of figure skating; to encourage and cultivate a spirit of fraternal feeling among ice skaters; and to carry out the general policies and objectives of the United States Figure Skating Association. The club is devoted to developing the potential of each club member.

Our Mission

The Duluth Figure Skating Club’s mission is to provide a fun, positive and safe experience that will instill a lifelong love of ice skating. Our programs encourage skating at all levels for all ice sports and is designed to keep students excited about ice skating from the time they begin until they achieve their goals.

Our mission is to provide a fun, positive and safe experience that will instill a lifelong love of skating. Our program encourages skating at all levels for all ice sports and is designed to keep students excited about skating from the time they begin until they achieve their goals.