Events

The Annual Ice Show


Brookings Figure Skating Club presents an ice show every spring.  In 2021, the show was 'Frozen'.

With the vision and encouragement of the coaches and support of dedicated volunteer parents, the talented BFSC skaters bring to life a fun and exciting theme or story on ice!

Join BFSC so you can be in the next show!

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Prairie Polar Blast ISI Figure Skating Competition


The date for the 2022 Prairie Polar Blast competition is TBD.


Brookings Figure Skating Club is grateful to the Brookings Convention & Visitors Bureau for its support with the Prairie Polar Blast figure skating competition.

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Other Competitions

Members of the Brookings Figure Skating Club may choose to challenge themselves further by participating in figure skating competitions throughout the region. 

Competing is completely voluntary, and skaters may compete in a single competition or as many as several competitions throughout the skating season. 

The costs to participate in a competition, including the registration fees as well as any transportation and lodging costs, are the responsibility of the skater.

BFSC competition liaison coach Katie Bratberg reviews skater registrations for completeness and accuracy before sending registrations to competitions.

She coordinates judging responsibilities by coaches at competitions, and serves as a point of communication and coordination between ISI, local competitions, and families/skaters. 

Katie can also answer questions about competitions and registration and help those that are trying out competitions for the first time get comfortable with the process. 

Completed registration forms, a check for registration fees (payable to the competition), and a $10 liaison fee per skater per competition (payable to BFSC, which will in turn compensate the liaison coach) must be given to the liaison or placed in the black BFSC drop box in the warming room by the deadlines below.

For more information on competitions, what to bring, and how to prepare, see the Skaters/Parents Competition Checklist.

Photo by Rod Long