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Roseville Skating Center

2661 Civic Center Dr
Roseville, MN 55113

Homeschool classesField tripsGetting there

The Roseville Skating Center Skating Center has three primary areas of operation:

  • Roseville Ice Arena — an indoor ice arena with North America's largest sheet of refrigerated ice
  • Guidant John Rose MN OVAL — outdoor Skate Park
  • Banquet Facility — multi-purpose banquet or meeting facilities

The skating center offers; skating lessons, public skating, open hockey, speedskating lessons, and many other skating opportunities.

Phone: 651-792-7007

Name: Brad Tullberg
Title: Skating Center Superintendent
Phone: 651-792-7121
Email: brad [dot] tullberg [at] ci [dot] roseville [dot] mn [dot] us

Name: Kevin Elm
Title: Banquet/Meeting Facility Manager, Programs Supervisor
Phone: 651-792-7122
Email: kevin [dot] elm [at] ci [dot] roseville [dot] mn [dot] us

Hours of operation: Building times vary by season. Visit www.cityofroseville.com/index.aspx?NID=536 for current hours.


Homeschool classes

The Daytime Skating School offers learn to skate skating lessons for pre-school and homeschool children using the International Skating Institute (ISI) program. Each lesson is 30 minutes in length, with 30 minutes of practice time, for 8 weeks. Practice time is available to registered participants only.

Levels: Beginner, Pre-Alpha, Alpha, Gamma, Delta Freestyle 1 - 10. Students are evaluated at each class lesson to see if they are ready to be tested to move to the next level.

Skates: Skaters can use figure skates or hockey skates. Blades must be made of steel (not aluminum). Double runner skates are NOT allowed. Proper fit is a must. Buying skates too big for your child to “grow into” is not recommended. The skates should be firm enough to support the ankle. Skates should fit snugly with one pair of lightweight socks or tights. Never walk with skates on in areas of the building where the floor is not covered with rubber matting. To protect the blades against rusting, wipe them completely dry after each use and before putting the skate guards on them. At home remove the skate guards to assure proper drying. Make sure your child’s blades are sharp for each day of class, so your child can skate to the best of their ability. If you need help in determining whether the blades are sharp or not, the instructors will be happy to assist you.

Helmet: A hat or helmet may be worn for protection. Helmets are recommended for all beginner skaters. Hockey or bike helmets work great!

Clothing: When dressing for ice skating, wear layered clothing. This will provide warmth without bulk. Mittens or gloves are a must! Loose fitting pants are ideal. Snow pants are not recommended. They are slippery, which makes it hard for a child to get up after falling.

Cost per child/student: $76 ($68 for Roseville residents)

Target age range/grade level/prerequisite skills: 5 years through teen

Cancellation policy: There are no provisions for make up classes. An $8 processing charge will be added to all cancellations.

For more information, contact ...
Name: Pam Sandborg
Title: Director
Phone: 651-792-7131

For more information, visit www.cityofroseville.com/index.aspx?nid=1637


Field trips

For current public skating times, visit www.cityofroseville.com/index.aspx?NID=536

Cost per person: $5.50 (10-session punch card: $49)
Skate rental: $4 (limited sizes available)


Getting there

Parking information: Free parking in the lot on site.

Driving directions: Off of Country Rd C between Lexington and Hamline Aves.



Information subject to change. Please check with Roseville Skating Center for the most current information. Last updated on Sun, Sep 3, 2017.