Parks & Rec Youth Hockey and New Ice Dancing Open for Registration

The Department of Parks and Recreation is happy to announce that the Dorothy Hamill Ice Skating Rink is now taking registration for its skating school and in-house hockey programs. The skating school offers classes of all levels and for all ages, from children to adults. The classes are 8 weeks long and run for 30 minutes per class. The fee is $120 for each 8 week class per child and $100 for each additional sibling enrolled; $135 for non-residents.

Children’s programs include Mommy, Daddy and Me, Snowplow Sam 1, 2 & 3 and Youth Basic Skills classes all the way up through the level of Basic 6. They also offer a Bridge program for the more advanced skater.

Adults (16 years and older) can register for Basic Skills 1-6, Pre Free Skate and Adult Beginner classes. In addition to that, they now offer Ice Dancing classes.

They also offer three levels of Youth Hockey for youth ages 5 years old to 14 years old. This program begins October 8, 2016 and will end on March 4, 2017.

Youth Hockey Clinic; ages 5 – 10 years; $230 resident child; $210 each addition sibling enrolled; $250 for non-residents

Novice Youth Hockey; ages 7 – 10 years; $320 resident child; $300 each additional sibling enrolled; $350 for non-residents.

Senior League Hockey; ages 11 – 14 years; $320 resident child; $300 each additional sibling enrolled; $350 for non-residents

The class schedule/ registration form and the Skating Rink brochure containing further program information can be found on the Town of Greenwich website located within the Skating Rink page under Parks and Recreation. They also now offer online registration for your convenience. Go to www.greenwichct.org/webtrac.

For more information please go to the Town of Greenwich Park and Recreation Department website, http://www.greenwichct.org/Government/Departments/Parks_and_Recreation/

Or call the Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink at 203-531-8560.

See also:

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Parks & Rec Board Discusses Plans for a New Dorothy Hamill Rink


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