AFSC Adult Zone

Newsletter - December 2020

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FREE fun FREE fun FREE fun

Adult Kahoot Social!

Sunday, Jan. 3rd 2021 at 6pm

This is an online event.

What is this FREE fun event? It's a Kahoot Social! Kahoot is a fun, online quiz game. Just RSVP here, you'll get a ZOOM link and we'll play interactively. You can visit to check it out!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Introducing Adult Hot Chocolate Club

Our club is sponsoring an Adult Ice session for us Adults to come together. We'll be serving hot chocolate with all the dressings! This is a FREE event open to all Adult 18+ older AFSC club members and Adult non-club members who wish to find out more and join the club.

When? Wednesday, January 9 at 7-8pm

Where? The Crossover -Silver Rink.

How much? FREE

Please RSVP below. Limit is 20 skaters, first come first serve!

For more info call/text Stephanie Schmid, 512-797-1368

Adult Hot Chocolate Club

Saturday, Jan. 9th 2021 at 7-9pm

1717 Scottsdale Drive

Leander, TX

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Virtual Winter Challenge

Been on the ice working hard to improve your skills? Now's the time to show them off at our Jump/Spin/Footwork-Step Sequence Challenge!

All ADULT levels included!
Hosted by the Austin Figure Skating Club

Video's due no later than January 31, 2021

Judging time: February 8-14, 2021

Results posted: February 15, 2021.

Watch out for entry details coming soon!

Upcoming Test Sessions

Look for notifications for the next test session date!

If you would like to take a test at another club while waiting for the next one to be scheduled with Austin FSC, links to some of the clubs that have test sessions coming up are below. If you decide to do that, we can generate a permission to test (a form that says you are a member in good standing with AFSC). Send requests to

Dallas FSC test information:

Texas Gulf Coast FSC test information:

Skating Club of Houston test information:

AFSC Featured Skaters

Including Adults!

We want to get to know you! We will be sharing biographies of featured club members in each newsletter. Want to be an AFSC featured skater? Fill out this form to submit your information. We will select skaters at random each month and we hope to feature our skaters from all levels (Basic Skills, FS, and Adult)! Submit your Featured Skater here.

To find out more about USFSA Adult skating program:

Visit to keep up with AFSC Club offerings of Zoom off-ice trainings, seminars, clinics, social meetings, showcases and competition opportunities that are geared solely for the Adult skaters. Please feel free to post and add opportunities from other clubs along with any helpful skater videos.

If you have any ideas or suggestions of activities that you'd like to have happen for us please don't hesitate to reach out! All feedback is helpful!

Stephanie Schmid

AFSC Adult Zone Committee Chair

512-797-1368 text or call

The Adult Zone Facebook page

Austin BioSKATE Services by Lee

Need skate services?

It's recommended to sharpen your skates every 40 hours! Lee can help you with the best sharpening or any other boot/blade needs as well as skate fittings!
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Amazon Smile

If you don't already have charitable group or school that receives donations through your purchases, consider putting Austin Figure Skating Club as a recipient of those donations. This is a great and painless way to earn a little more money for Club activities. To have your purchases generate donations to the Club click on this link.

Thank you for considering shopping with Amazon to benefit AFSC

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Austin Figure Skating Club

The Austin Figure Skating Club (AFSC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that promotes the sport of Figure Skating in the Greater Austin area.

AFSC is the only US Figure Skating Association member club in the Greater Austin area.

Our Mission

The club was organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. Among its purposes are to encourage the instruction, practice, and advancement of the various disciplines of figure skating, to encourage good sportsmanship, cultivate a spirit of fraternal feeling among its members, and to carry out the general policies of U.S. Figure Skating.