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ADDITIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION:
- This program is designed for first-time players only.
- Basic skating skills are necessary to get the most out of the Learn to Play program, which includes being able to skate unassisted on the ice, not holding onto a wall or anyone’s hand, while being able to skate the width (shorter distance side-to-side) of the ice generally without falling down if just skating. As a prerequisite to the Learn to Play program, we ask that your child participates in a Learn to Skate program in order to learn the fundamentals of skating prior to the fundamentals of hockey. The Capital Clubhouse offers these classes; information can be found at: http://www.capitalclubhouse.com/learn-to-skate
- Participants in the Learn to Play program must register online. Phone and/or in-person registration at the rink will NOT be accepted through the Washington Capitals.
- Questions? Email Megan Whalon at firstname.lastname@example.org
LEADING UP TO LEARN TO PLAY:
Fall Learn to Skate sessions are being offered at the Capital Clubhouse year round. If your child has never formally skated, the Learn to Skate program is an essential prerequisite to learning to play hockey. The Learn to Skate program is offered prior to both Learn to Play Sessions at the Capital Clubhouse on both Sunday and Monday evenings – you can register at http://www.capitalclubhouse.com/learn-to-skate, in person at the Capital Clubhouse, or by calling (301) 932-4348. The Skating Director is Sigrid Berge - email@example.com.
*Note: for Learn to play, you will be getting 8 weeks of instruction in addition to all of the required hockey gear for your player for $170 – an amazing value!
GETTING DRESSED FOR HOCKEY:
In order to prepare for the first day of Learn to Skate, please watch the following video on how to dress your player in the full hockey gear, provided by USA Hockey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvefXKMi3cU
Additional information from USA Hockey: https://www.usahockey.com/comeplayyouthhockey