It’s time to skate at Gloucester’s Talbot Rink. Come enjoy Gloucester’s newly refurbished rink!



Hey Joey,

It’s time to skate at Gloucester’s Talbot Rink.  Come enjoy Gloucester’s newly refurbished rink!

The Cape Ann Skating Club is taking registrations for group lessons for hockey & figure skaters (boys & girls 4-11, teens 12 & up, Tiny Tots 2 1/2 & up, & adult classes), private lessons, birthday parties or any type of group skating parties.

Classes are filling fast!  Download registration form at and get your new skater off to a great start with professional skating coaches recognized by USA Hockey & US Figure Skating Associations.  Ongoing registration.  Prorate for late start in any ongoing sessions.

Talbot Rink, O’Maley School in Gloucester:

Group lessons for beginners-advanced skaters, children & adult classes offered

Saturdays 1 pm & Tuesdays 6 pm 

Birthday Parties or Family/Brownie-Girl Scout Troupe etc. Parties available at Sat. 1 pm

More ice-times are available for private or semi-private lessons for hockey and figure skating skills from beginner to advanced to get their skating edge!

For more information visit our website at or call 978-546-2290.

For more information regarding Cape Ann Skating please visit:


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2 Responses to It’s time to skate at Gloucester’s Talbot Rink. Come enjoy Gloucester’s newly refurbished rink!

  1. Bill says:

    Any stick practices??? Pick up hockey?? Anyone play???

  2. Wow, I didn’t even know Talbot Rink existed. Need more info. Wed-Frid 11AM to 1PM “stick practice”. What are the details? 21 and over. Is it sticks no pucks on the ice? Are they playing Barry Manilow or Devo? We need a write up of someone who does this. And the public skating on weekends too. Is it a zoo?

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