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Hockey Basics Classes

Hockey Basics

2021 Fall Sessions

Class Days & Times

Saturdays @ 10:45 am-11:45 am
All Levels

Session Dates

Fall 2021

Session 2
Saturday:  10/23 – 12/11/2021 Off 11/6 & 11/27

Winter 2022

Session 1
Saturday: 1/8 – 2/19/2022 OFF 1/15

Session 2
Saturday: 2/26 – 4/2/2022

Program Information
* Yearly registration fee $17 for Learn to Skate USA.
* Six Week Session – $135
$10 discount if registered and paid the Wednesday before the session starts.
* Half hour skating lesson and a half hour of
hockey skills.
* All skaters and coaches will be required to wear a mask. This is a Learn to Skate/Play mandate.
* Skate rental on lesson day.
* Skaters will need a helmet and a stick.
* NO Make up lessons offered for this program.
No credit for missed classes.
* Six Public Skating Session Admissions.
(Skate Rental included) For use during the session the skater is registered for so the skater can practice.
* Applications accepted by phone, mail, or walk in.
* Any further questions please contact  Larry at
610-625-4774 ext. 234 or
* No Cash Refunds, Rink Credit will be given

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are the age and level requirements for Hockey Basics?
A: Skaters age 6 and up or skaters who have passes Snowplow 1-4.

Q: What should we wear to the Hockey Basics classes?
A: You should be dressed in warm loose clothing that will not restrict movement, thin layers are best. Hockey gloves, gloves or mittens are also suggested. Helmets are required.

Q: Will sticks be provided?
A: We will have some sticks here for use but you may bring your own.

Q: What time should we arrive?
A: It is a good idea to arrive 20 -30 minutes before class begins to get checked in and ready.

Q: Will skates be provided?
A: Rental skates are included in the class fee.

Q: Will Helmets be provided?
A: Helmets will not be provided but are required.

Q: What kind of skates should be worn?
A: Either hockey or recreational skates are acceptable. No double bladed skates. We suggest that you start in recreational skates.

Q: How will I know if the class is canceled?
A: The classes are rarely canceled. However, if needed, it will be posted on our website and on the voicemail at 610-625-4774 ext. 226.

We hope this answers any questions you may have had, but if you have others feel free to call or email and we will gladly help.

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Fall 2021 Session Hockey Basics

Winter 2022 Sessions Hockey Basics