The Kettle Moraine Ice Center is host to several camps, clubs, and leagues for kids and adults that are looking for hockey or figure skating opportunities.
Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club
The Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club is devoted to the instruction and development of the sport of figure skating in the Washington County community. It actively promotes the mental and physical rewards of recreational skating. In doing so the figure skating club provides the community with the only formal, professionally taught skating program in the county. The club is run solely by parent volunteers - who have over the years devoted countless hours to making the club what it is today!
Learn-To-Skate lessons take skaters from their first step on the ice through acquiring all of the single jumps. Progress is always rewarded! In an effort to support and encourage their development the club hosts an annual basic skill competition and ice show where skaters can demonstrate their skills. These types of events are geared toward developing a sense of confidence and accomplishment. Events are kept small with every skater being rewarded for their placement! Additional practice ice is offered as skaters progress in order to encourage further development and accommodate private lessons with our professional staff.
KMFSC also serves as host to at least one USFSA Test session during the season. These sessions offer skaters from the local, state and regional area the chance to progress up the USFSA rankings
Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club Objectives:
- To provide a fun and safe skating experience for skaters of all levels.
- To teach correct technique of basic skating elements.
- To develop a finer degree of coordination and balance.
- To promote physical fitness.
- To have fun!!
For more information on learn to skate classes, figure skating or the club, please visit their website:
Open Figure Skating
The Kettle Moraine Ice Center is committed to providing all figure skaters with as much ice time as possible! Skaters can utilize rink figure skating ice to build their skating skills, have lessons, and practice routines. An auxiliary cord is provided in the scorebox for music. Please check your music for profanity and inappropriate lyrics.
Intro to Hockey
This program requires no previous skating or hockey skills, and is open to all Washington County residents ages 3-10 years. All gear is included, and drop in is available. The practice is broken into skill groups, and skaters will start in a group that is learning to stand on skates and recover from a fall independently. From there they will progress to groups that are learning to skate, hold a hockey stick, and control a puck. Kids can start this program at any point within the session, and drop-ins are welcome.
Washington County Youth Hockey
Established in 1975, the Washington County Youth Hockey Association owns and operates the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. The WCYHA fields both co-ed and girls teams from 4U (Mighty Mites) through 14U (Bantams), and are governed by the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA). The WCYHA teams compete yearly to represent Region 5 in the state tournament for their respective age and skill levels. The WCYHA also hosts multiple annual Try Hockey Free events, public skates, and intro to hockey clinics as well as other opportunities for the community.
For more information on youth hockey please visit their website:
The Washington County Adult Hockey League (WCAHL) operates out of the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. Offering winter (October - March) and summer (June - August) leagues for those 18 years and up that want to continue playing the game. All leagues are no-check, open to all skill levels with an emphasis on fun and enjoying the game.
The All-Skills league will be comprised of all talents, from upper Intermediate to Novice. Rules are attached to the registration for download, and are intended to keep all-skill levels in check, so no one can take over a game. This is not to be confused with our popular "Fun" League, however, the idea is still the same. Scoring will be limited by individual players to promote team play, and keep everyone involved in the game. Scoring, standings and playoffs will be included. This league will be held on Wednesday and Thursday nights, with potential overflow on Mondays for a couple games per team, depending on total players/teams registered.
For More information please visit the Leagues tab in the top navigation.
The Breakaway Program Hockey Camp
The Breakaway Program offers a summer (June - August) hockey skills camp for Mite through High School levels. Please see their website for more details.
Milwaukee Jr. Power
To further develop and increase exposure for our Milwaukee area players, the Power is excited to announce the second season of our off-season program, The Milwaukee Jr. Power Spring Development & Showcase Program.
Over the spring months we will have practices along with video/analytic and strength & conditioning sessions to help develop our hockey players bodies and minds.