Dayton Icehounds Junior Hockey Club
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Dayton Icehounds Youth Hockey Club
Dayton Icehounds Youth Hockey Club purpose is to grow the game by providing a place for kids of all age and skill levels to play hockey.
Dayton Amateur Hockey Association
The purpose of the Dayton Hockey is to furnish an ice hockey league in the Dayton Area that allows players over 21 years old to play recreational hockey.
Stick & Puck Sessions:
These sessions are open to players for practicing hockey skills individually or with a coach. Players must have a helmet, gloves, stick, and puck of their own. Games are NOT permitted.
$10 per person
Session reserved for players ages 12 and under only (a parent/coach may accompany their child).
Session available for players of all ages.
Make your own teams and play! Full hockey equipment highly recommended, including helmet and face mask (REQUIRED for players younger than 18). Maximum number of players is 30 with 4 goalies.
$14 per person, Goalies are 1/2 price
Session reserved for players ages 12 and under only .
Session available for high school and adults players
Public skating sessions are open to the general public for skating. View Schedule
Children (under 18): $7
Skate Rental: $2
These sessions are for figure skaters to practice their skills on their own or with a coach. Refer to our schedule for daily and upcoming times. View Schedule
$12 per person
Our Learn to Skate is a United States Figure Skating Basic Skills program. Learn to Skate USA is a nationally recognized skating program designed to serve the needs of both recreational and competitive skaters.
We have several professional skating coaches available for any skater interested in one on one instruction. Contact skating director Glenda Mesta to learn more.
Upcoming Learn to Skate DatesWednesdays 5:15-6:00 / Sundays 4:30 - 5:15
We have several professional skating coaches available for any skater interested in one on one instruction. Contact us to learn more.
Learn to Skate Instructors
Assistant Learn to Skate Instructors and Volunteers
South Dayton Figure Skating Club
Participation in SDFSC is the next step for serious skaters who have completed the USFS Basic Skills program and wish to expand their skills in the various disciplines of figure skating.
SDFSC creates opportunities for skaters to build self-esteem as they become accomplished in their choice of Moves in the Field; Freestyle; Dance; Synchronized Skating; and Pairs.