Ice Capades Reunion Update – new dates


It took some doing, but we were able to re-negotiated dates into 2021! Hoping these days work out better for most everyone!

Big thank you to everyone for your understanding, and anticipated flexibility, knowing that this is something we had little control over.

IN RESPONSE TO THE MOVING OF OUR DATE, We Are Offering our EARLY BIRD pricing through May 29th. $355 (a $20 savings per ticket). We so are thrilled that the show (party) must -and will- go on!!!

Know if you already paid, your registration is confirmed, and you need not do anything. Hotel Rates, will remain the same. All hotel reservations will be transferred to the new dates. Call to confirm, if concerned after Monday.

So much work has been done, and we are very excited about our upcoming time together. The weather should be perfect, and many will have had some extra time to recover economically to be better able to join us next June.

This gathering is going to be a lot of fun, with activities planned for inside the hotel during the day hours, for those that may not want to be in the sun all day.

For now, please stay safe, and do your best to stay home, and self-isolate at this time.

What did they do in 1962?

1962 World Champions Maria and Otto Jelinek. Photo courtesy Toronto Public Library, from Toronto Star Photographic Archive. Reproduced for educational purposes under license permission.

The cancellation of the 2020 World Figure Skating Championships in Montreal, Quebec due to the COVID-19 pandemic marks the first time in history a major ISU Championship has been cancelled specifically due to a global health emergency. As we all know though, this wasn’t the first time the World Championships have been cancelled. The Great War and World War II forced the cancellation of Worlds from 1915 to 1921 and from 1940 to 1946. In 1961, the ISU (despite protestations from the Czechoslovakian organizers) cancelled the Worlds in Prague after the tragic Sabena Crash that killed the entire U.S. figure skating team, along with coaches, officials and members of their families. The cancellation of the 2020 Worlds has left many speculating as to how the ISU will handle entries for the 2021 World Championships, slated for Stockholm, Sweden. Some have wondered what they did back in 1962.