Welcome to Family Ice Center
The Family Ice Center, located just north of Portland in Falmouth, is Southern Maine’s premier year round ice skating and community center.
We offer a full complement of year round skating based programs that include public skating indoors and outdoors, on Maine’s only refrigerated outdoor skating surface, the Lee Twombly Pond Skating Center at FIC.
Girls Locker Room Project
The Family Ice Center (FIC) and the Falmouth Ice Hockey Association (FIHA) have partnered together to build a new locker room that will be the exclusive home of Falmouth girls hockey teams during the school hockey season and additional capacity for FIC to use during the rest of the year.
Serving Those In Need Through Skating
Through our skating based community out-reach program and scholarship fund, Opportunity Skate, we offer ice time, equipment and instruction at no charge to youth groups, disadvantaged children, senior citizens, teens at risk and to programs that support the mentally and physically challenged sector of our community. The program presently serves over 2,250 individuals and 49 different community support organizations each year and donations are always needed to support our efforts to assist those who truly need a helping hand. Opportunity Skate helps build character, self esteem and a sense of self worth through skating to all who participate and is the corner stone of our facility mission. We are serving the community through skating one stride and dollar at a time.
Our Nonprofit Corporate Mission
Family Ice Center (FIC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1997 with a mission to serve the southern Maine community through recreational skating. FIC provides a safe, healthy, family-oriented skating experience year-round in our community. We offer a comfortable, well-designed, indoor and outdoor skating center that serves as a gathering place, with ice-related recreation and viewership as the primary activity. We provide specialized skating opportunities for those who would otherwise not be able to participate due to social, physical or financial circumstances.