Pairs perform at a past year-end event for the ASC. This year’s goes down on April 7 at MSA Arena. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News)

Abbotsford Skating Club goes Broadway

Year-end show comes to MSA Arena on April 7

The Abbotsford Skating Club is celebrating the end of the season with an ode to the stage.

The Blades of Broadway event concludes the season for the ASC, and the show is themed around some of the most loved Broadway hits.

Skaters of all ages are scheduled to perform.

The event occurs at MSA Arena on April 7, with showtimes set for 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets for the event are on sale from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. from April 2 to 6 at MSA Arena. They are also available by emailing iceshowcommittee@gmail.com.

For more information on the event, visit facebook.com/events/238552330007858/

ASC athletes also excelled at the Super Series Star Skate Finals, which wrapped up in Kelowna earlier this month.

Skaters earning medals were: Marissa Mann (gold, Star 4 U14), Mica Kerr (gold, bronze interpretive), Taralyn Geddes (bronze, gold interpretive) and Della Williamson (bronze, Juvenile U14).

Locals finishing in the top 10 were: Nicole Krahn (eighth, Star 5 13 and up), Emma Harley (eighth, Star 10), Taralyn Geddes (eighth, gold ladies free skate), Anika Phinney (eighth, silver interpretive and eighth, Juvenile U14) and Mica Kerr (ninth, Pre-Juvenile U13).

The event in Kelowna marked the final competition of the season for the ASC.

For more information on the club, visit abbotsfordskatingclub.org.

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