No, I'm afraid you'll still have to wear a long dress - you are living in 1867, after all. But I'm sure the lady of the house has a bit shorter version of a dress to lend you for such an activity.
It was when steel blades with sharpened edges were created in the 13th or 14th century that skating became the standard enjoyable activity and sport it still is today.
But it is during the time you currently live in, the 19th century, when ice skating is becoming very popular around the world. Clubs are opening in major cities such as London, New York and Toronto for the purpose of skating. Rinks are being built. As a matter of fact, Queen Victoria got to know her future husband, Prince Albert, through skating excursions she loved to go on.
On Main Street in town, the Emporium will sell you a brand new pair of skates for approximately 25 cents. It was in 1865 when Jackson Haines, a well known figure skater, developed a skate with a blade permanently fixed to the boot. He was also the first skater to add music to his skating routines.
I realize you already know how to skate, Abby, but please be careful. The surface of the pond may look flat and slick, but may have rough patches.
And now you know. Have fun.