Founded in 1948, the North Shore Skating Club has been promoting ice skating for more than seventy years. Originally formed as an ice dance club at the Lynn Arena, the club evolved to include recreational and competitive skating and moved to Beverly, Danvers and Saugus before ultimately settling in its current home at the Burbank Ice Arena in Reading, Massachusetts.
The North Shore Skating Club operates seven days a week on two different ice surfaces with programs for all ages and levels. Our Learn-to-Skate program is one of the top in the area with classes taught by experienced, professional instructors. We follow the guidelines set forth by the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) to advance our skaters through the Basic Skills and Freeskate levels and we provide a format for competitive skaters in the New England Region. In recent years, we have expanded our programming to include both adult and open Theatre on Ice Teams. With more than 100 club members and 600+ skaters in our Learn-to-Skate program annually , The North Shore Skating Club is the premier skating club of the area.
The North Shore Skating Club is a 501-c7 non-profit governed by a Board of Directors who are elected by club members. Our mission is to allow our members to pursue their interest in the sport of figure skating in a safe and fun environment.