Sno-King Kirkland
14326 124th Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98034 
Email: office@snokingice.com
Phone: 425-254-8750

Procedures for Skills Training class participants and off-Ice patrons.  

  • Sno-King is taking additional precautions, including extensive cleaning and sanitation at designated times throughout the facility. 
  • Everyone entering the building must be wearing a mask. Masks can only be removed while skating and must be put back on prior to leaving the ice.   
  • Social distancing guidelines must always be followed on and off ice (6 ft. radius). 
  • Everyone must arrive for check-in 20-25 minutes before their scheduled class.   
  • Allowing time for temperature check, check-in, room assignment, put skates on and prepare for class. 
  • Your instructor will meet you at the start of class and take you to the ice.  
  • We recommend that you use/have your own skates.  If you would like to schedule an appointment for skate fitting and purchase, contact Maria at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
  • Rentals will be available if needed.  There is no additional fee for rental skates. 
  • Only One Parent/Guardian can accompany their child and assist with lacing skates etc. 
  • When possible, we encourage skaters to arrive with skates on.  This will require skate guards to protect their blades. 
  • To keep everyone safe, we strongly encourage parent/guardian to leave the building during class time.  Sessions can be viewed on LiveBarn.  There is a monthly fee and can be discontinued at any time.   
  • If you must stay in the building, you can watch from the bleachers while maintaining social distancing.   
  • Each skater will be limited to one small bag marked with their name to carry skates and incidentals. Once Skates are on, the bag will be placed in a designated area during class and will be packed out when exiting.    
  • Skaters will be asked to exit the facility 5 minutes after their session has ended. 

One-way traffic flow within the facility, entering the ice and exiting the ice and building.