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Summer Club registration begins on May 1, 2017 in the Multi-Purpose Room at 5:00-8:00PM. .
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Forms will not be accepted prior to May 1, 2017 at 5pm.
Please see the summer program guide for more information.
Some programs are eligible for early registration on May 22nd at 5pm at the Recreation Center.
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    311700 - Skate Competition

    With the 2018 Winter Olympics coming in February, we are excited to put on our own “Olympics” in December. There will be events for Figure Skating, Hockey Skills, and Speed Skating. Please register by Nov 1st in order to get an event list and practice card. We will provide skate instructions during the Wednesday and Friday USFSA Practice Ice for skaters to work on compulsories, light entertainment, and hockey skills. After the final awards there will be a free public skate session for the attendees!

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    311801 - Snowplow Sam 1 & 2

    This class is of skaters with no or little experience on the ice. The skater will learn to Balance, Weight transfer, and 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, & two-foot turns. This class is comparable to Pre-Alpha, Alpha & Beta

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    311802 - Snowplow Sam 3 & 4

    This class is of skaters with no or little experience on the ice. The skater will learn to Balance, Weight transfer, and 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, & two-foot turns. This class is comparable to Pre-Alpha, Alpha & Beta.

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    311803 - Basic Skate 1 & 2

    This class is of skaters with no or little experience on the ice. The skater will learn to Balance, Weight Transfer, and Inside edges. Among the skills that the skater will be able to execute upon passing the levels: ability to snowplow stop, forward and backward swizzles, one-foot glides, & two-foot turns. This class is comparable to Pre-Alpha, Alpha & Beta.

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    311804 - Basic Skate 3 & 4

    This class is of skaters with no or little experience on the ice. The skater will learn to Balance, Weight transfer, and 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, & two-foot turns. This class is comparable to Pre-Alpha, Alpha & Beta.

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    311805 - Basic Skate 5 & 6

    Skaters will need to have passed Basic 3 & 4 levels or gain permission from the Skate Director. The skater will learn fundamentals for beginning to jump, proper position on the ice, and weight transfer. Among the skills that the skater will be able to execute upon completion of passing the levels: advanced two-foot spin, beginning one-foot spin, backward crossovers, forward three turn, and beginning spiral. This class is comparable to Gamma, Delta, and components of ISI Freestyle 1 & 2.

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    311806 - Hockey 1

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

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    311807 - Hockey 2

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

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    311808 - 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 while alternating feet.

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    311809 - 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 mo-hawk pivot.

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    311810 - Pre-Freeskate

    These levels are 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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    312700 - Speed Skating Fall

    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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    321800 - Adult Skate Lessons Fall

    Did you always want to learn to skate, be able to skate with your children, or skated as a child and would like to get back to skating? This is the perfect class for you. All levels and skate experience welcome. This class is for ages 16+ up.

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    323000 - Curling Events

    Each team consists of four players, each throwing four stones in one direction and then throwing in the opposite direction. The players who are not throwing may sweep his/her partner’s stone. Using standard curling scoring, only one team may receive points for each end. During normal league play, ties will be allowed to stand. During tournament play, additional ends will be completed until one team wins. Teams may concede at any time, however once a team is mathematically eliminated, the game will end. Registration accepted August 2nd through September 18th.

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