Power Skating for 4 to 10 Year Olds, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Power Skating for 4 to 10 Year Olds
Submitted By Kevin Mehlenbacher on Thursday, December 7, 2017
Hespeler Minor Hockey in conjunction with the Hespeler Skating Club is pleased to announce that Power Skating lessons are available for all players 4 to 10 years old. 

This 7 week program is a fast paced one geared towards the development of Balance, Power, Agility, Speed and Endurance in order to enhance the player’s skills in game play and practice drills.

Register on December 11th or 13th at 6-8 pm in the lobby of Hespeler Rink 1
Space is limited so sign up early!

All Power Skating sessions are Full Ice and are offered to players aged 4 - 10 registered with HMHA only.  FULL equipment is required (including mouth guards).  All coaches are CanPower NCCP Skate Canada Certified with first aid and BackCheck.

Power Skating sessions are scheduled every Wednesday from 4:45pm to 5:30pm, starting Jan. 24th. 

Cost: $90.00  Cash or Cheque only  (no ATM in arena)

Registration for the above programs will be held on the following dates at Hespeler Arena: 

-      Monday, December 11, 6-8 pm in the lobby of Hespeler Rink 1

-      Wednesday, December 13, 6-8 pm in the lobby of Hespeler Rink 1

The Hespeler Skating Club have been teaching children in the community to skate for 49 years and are pleased to work with HMHA.  To learn about the Hespeler Skating Clubs other programs please visit their website at www.hespelerskatingclub.com

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