It will be a flashy event on ice with music and constant movement as some of Charleston's best skaters present a free performance.
Charleston Figure Skating Club will have a Competitors Exhibition 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday at South Charleston Memorial Ice Arena.
The skaters who are performing are preparing for regional and national competitions, or have previously skated in such events.
Sunday's event will allow skaters to practice before an audience while offering free entertainment for the community. Skaters will present jumps, lifts, spins and fancy footwork. Performances include freestyle, ice dancing and synchronized skating.
"It will be good for the kids and the community," said coach Vicky Robb.
Ice dancing pair Caroline Leadmon and Jacob Schedl have competed for the last two years in sectionals at the U.S. Figure Skating Junior Nationals. She is a freshman at Hurricane High School and he is a junior at George Washington High. They perform a discipline of figure skating called ice dance, which is similar to ballroom dancing. They are coached locally by Robb and also train at Pavillion Skating Club in Cleveland, Ohio.
Solo ice dancers will be Devan Tighe, a George Washington High freshman, and Marlo Weisberg, a Charleston Catholic High freshman. Robb is also their coach.
Madison Dean, a freshman at Nitro High, has competed for the last three years in national showcase events in Ohio, Massachusetts and California. She is coached by Mischa DiFlippo.