WINTER/SPRING 2018 EARLY REGISTRATION BEGINS ON DECEMBER 4, 2018.

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    110100 - Jr Cowboys/Cowgirls

    110100 - Jr Cowboys/Cowgirls

    Get in the game with Jr Cowboys & Jr Cowgirls Basketball! The City has partnered with the University of Wyoming to present these instructional basketball leagues to boys and girls grades K-6th. We focus on fun, skill development, and introduce competition. We are looking for volunteer coaches, please contact Kason at kwalton@cityoflaramie.org if you are interested in helping out. We can provide some coach training and drills to help you.

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    110400 - Little Kickers Indoor Soccer

    Fun for players and for spectators! This introductory soccer program is often the first exposure many of these children get to soccer, and it is a blast to teach them and watch them grow. We have volunteer coaches teach beginning principles to the kids. We will spread out into small groups for instruction and training in the Rec Center Gym. The focus of this program is having a positive learning experience. During this 8-week program, players receive soccer jerseys, but must provide their own shin guards covered by socks. The first practice is a parent/coach/player meeting.

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    111700 - Spring Ice Show

    111700 - Spring Ice Show

    Disney on Ice- Remember all those great songs from Disney’s past? Join our show and skate to these wonderful songs! We will have Solo and Group performances from our Learn to Skate Classes!

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    111800 - Private Ice Skating Lessons

    Private lessons are available in 30 minute increments and are taught by our certified instructors. Contact the front desk at the Ice and Event Center at 721-2161 or email iandeinfo@cityorlaramie.org to schedule your lessons. All skaters must agree to the USFSA code of conduct in their initial registration.

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    111801 - Snowplow Sam 1 & 2

    111801 - Snowplow Sam 1 & 2

    Little to no skating experience required. Skaters will Learn to fall and recover on and off the ice. Among the skills skaters will be able to execute upon passing the levels; ability to stop in place, glide and forward swizzles.

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    111802 - Snowplow Sam 3 & 4

    111802 - Snowplow Sam 3 & 4

    Skaters need to have passed Snowplow 1&2 or have approval from the Skate Director. Among the skills skaters will be able to execute upon passing the levels; ability to snowplow stop, backward glide and backward swizzles. Upon completion of level 4, skater may move on to either Basic 2 or 3, after assessment.

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    111803 - Basic Skate 1 & 2

    This class is for older skaters with little to no experience on the ice. The skater will learn to balance, transfer weight, and use inside edges. Among the skills that the skater will be able to execute upon completion of passing the levels; ability to snowplow stop, forward and backward swizzles, one-foot glides, and two-foot turns.

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    111804 - Basic Skate 3 & 4

    Skaters need to have passed Basic 1&2 or have approval from the Skate Director. The skater will learn how to use inside and outside edges, power with edge control, momentum and flexibility. Among the skills that the skater will be able to execute upon passing the levels; beginning forward stroking with the correct use of the blade, forward to backward two-foot turn, forward pivots, forward crossovers, and lunges.

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    111805 - Basic Skate 5 & 6

    111805 - Basic Skate 5 & 6

    Skaters need to have passed Basic 3&4 or have approval from the Skate Director. The skater will learn fundamentals for beginning to jump, proper position on the ice, and weight transfer. Among the skill that the skater will be able to execute upon passing the levels; advanced two-foot spin, beginning one foot spin, backward crossovers, forward three turn, and beginning spiral.

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    111806 - Pre-Skate & Freeskate

    111806 - Pre-Skate & Freeskate

    This program is designed for skaters ages 6-18 yrs old. The skaters will need to have passed Basic 5 & 6 or gain permission from the Skate Director. Skater will be learning backward crossovers, step sequence, power pulls, advanced spirals, as well as spins, and jumps. There are five different jumps, Lutz, Salchow, Loop, Toe Loop, and Axel. Skaters will start with learning half jumps before going on to single rotation and combinations. Spins include an Upright Spin, Sit Spin, Layback, and Back Spins.

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    111807 - Hockey 1

    111807 - Hockey 1

    This Class is designed for the hockey skater with little or no experience. Upon completion of this level, skaters will be able to execute proper hockey stance, two-foot glides, forward swizzles and double c-cuts.

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    111808 - Hockey 2

    111808 - Hockey 2

    This class is for the beginning hockey player that would like to improve their skills. Classes will be working on backward swizzles, forward strides using 45-degree V push, forward c-cuts, and backward c-cuts.

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    111809 - Hockey 3

    111809 - Hockey 3

    This class has the skater working on balance, agility, edges, backward momentum and power. Skills taught in this class will include backward c-cuts on a circle (both directions), lateral crossover march (both directions), forward outside and inside edges alternating feet.

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    111810 - Hockey 4

    This class has the skater working on acceleration, stride development, backward momentum, and speed control. Skills taught in this class will include quick starts, forward and backward crossover glides, and forward to backward Mohawk pivots.

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    112700 - Speed Skating

    112700 - Speed Skating

    Join Wyoming’s only speed skating program! This class is for participants of all ages and abilities who want to learn and practice speed skating. Coaches will work with participants individually and in groups to learn and improve technique, and classes will include drills and races. Participants should have basic ice skating skills. Helmets, long sleeves, and long pants are required. Participants may also choose to wear elbow and knee pads.

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    112800 - Youth Basketball Tourney

    112800 - Youth Basketball Tourney

    April 6th, 7th and 8th! Tradition, competition and fun! Join us for our 28th Annual Youth Basketball Tournament (YBT). This tournament is a great opportunity for teams from multiple states to come visit our beautiful city and get some great games in. Teams are guaranteed three games within their age divisions. We have divisions from 4th grade - High School for both genders. This year we will be utilizing LHS, the Junior High, Recreation Center, UW Fieldhouse, and the UW Uni-Wyo Gyms.

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    114501 - Easter Egg Hunt

    Come and join us for our 8th annual Easter egg hunt! Games and crafts for kids of all ages! Remember our age policy; kids under 8 must be accompanied in the water by an adult. Come join in the fun!

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    114502 - First Friday Fun Night

    114502 - First Friday Fun Night

    Come play with us! On the first Friday of each month we have fun and games scheduled at the Recreation Center for kids of all ages. Bring your friends, bring your family, and have some healthy Friday night fun! We will have fun water activities in the pool, games, crafts and of course, our ever-popular inflatable obstacle course in the gym. Don't miss out!

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    114600 - Childcare

    Do you have young children at home with you, but would still like to take some time for your own fitness routine? Your kids can enjoy a fun and safe environment while you are in the Rec Center for your workout. Parks & Recreation is continuing our partnership with the LELC to provide child care in the mornings 4 days each week. Space is limited, so reservation is required by calling 721-5269 (option #7) or stop by the front desk. Cost is $3.50 per hourly session for your first child, and $2 per hour for additional children.

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    115200 - Gym Jam

    Get those kids movin' and groovin'! Parents, here is a great opportunity for your Pre - K child to get an introduction to athletic movement. We will meet weekly for six weeks to learn introductions to athletic movements like running, jumping, kicking, and throwing. Each week we will have a different theme to focus on learning a new skill. There will be an emphasis on developing the social skills such as communication and sharing throughout the program to help kids advance to the beginning sports offered by the Parks & Recreation Department.

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    116100 - Private/Swim Lessons

    116100 - Private/Swim Lessons

    Private Lessons are customized to each swimmer’s abilities and comfort level. Your instructor will develop a lesson plan focused on a specific skill set from multiple levels. If you have never learned to swim or need extra help private lessons can help you. Private lessons are available for all lesson levels and are set up based on your availability. Ask for the private lesson form at the front desk. Each private lesson is 30 minutes long.


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    116101 - Aqua Tots A Winter/Spring Swim

    A class designed to build swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in guided sessions that help children learn elementary skills. For 6 months to 2 years old.

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    116102 - Aqua Tots B Winter/Spring Swim

    116102 - Aqua Tots B Winter/Spring Swim

    Building on the skills learned in Aqua Tots A, parents and children participate in guided sessions that
    help children learn the skills to continue into the preschool levels. Recommended for 2-3 years old.

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    116103 - Pre-K Intro Winter/Spring Swim

    116103 - Pre-K Intro Winter/Spring Swim

    The first level of skill building after Aqua Tots B. Students learn to feel comfortable in water and enjoy the water safely. Students begin floating and learn basic skills. Recommended 3 to 6 years old.

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    116104 - Pre-K Basics Winter/Spring Swim

    116104 - Pre-K Basics Winter/Spring Swim

    This class is designed for children younger than 5 who have passed Pre-K Intro and wish to develop swimming readiness. Skills taught are retrieving submerged objects, bobbing, supported floating, front and back glides, kicking on front and back and water safety. Recommended 3 to 6 years old.

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