Last year’s Nelson Figure Skating Club season-ending show featured performances from both young and more experienced skaters. This years show

Nelson Figure Skating Club presents Express to the Stars

All aboard for a show inspired by the golden age of train travel and a love of exotic destinations.

The Nelson Figure Skating Club is presenting a musical journey on ice as the show Express to the Stars takes place on Saturday from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Nelson and District Community Complex arena.

All aboard for a show inspired by the golden age of train travel and a love of exotic destinations. Express to the Stars is a performance on ice all about going places.

This season-ending gala includes music from movies such as Madagascar, The Polar Express and more. With performances from skaters as young as five right up to senior Star Skate levels.

Express To The Stars is the Nelson Figure Skating Club’s showcase event of the season. As always, the show includes great guest performers.

Tickets are $5 for adults, and $3 for children and seniors.

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