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Wednesday October 28, 2020
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Outdoors Rx - OutdoorsRx
Through a prescription from a healthcare provider, Outdoors Rx® encourages children and their families to get more physically active outdoors by joining an AMC-guided Outdoors Rx activity in their community.Families are also encouraged to register on the Outdoors Rx website.  Check out our activity listings to learn more about the exciting programs offered in your local parks & community! Visit  www.outdoors.org  today! 
 
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Taekwon-Do - Taekwon-Do Ages 7-12
PLEASE NOTE Your Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously. While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.   Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  This is why we have arranged for this class to be offered in a virtual/on-line setting if it can not be offered in-person.  Class will be held on the same dates, but instruction will be reduced in time.  A price adjustment will be made accordingly. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW____________________Taekwon-Do is an integrated and complete system for self-defense and personal improvement. The aim of training is to improve the whole person: body, mind and spirit.Baystate Taekwondo is dedicated to helping your child develop confidence through physical activity and acquiring self-defense skills.This is an introductory class to martial arts including instruction and games. Please wear comfortable clothes, and please leave shoes in rack provided at the door. Classes are held at the Taekwondo Baystate Academy 25 School Street, FraminghamPlease note due to Covid-19; Baystate Taekwondo cannot allow any parents in the waiting room. The bathrooms will also be closed. Please make sure your child brings their own water as well. 
 
Thursday October 29, 2020
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Outdoors Rx - OutdoorsRx
Through a prescription from a healthcare provider, Outdoors Rx® encourages children and their families to get more physically active outdoors by joining an AMC-guided Outdoors Rx activity in their community.Families are also encouraged to register on the Outdoors Rx website.  Check out our activity listings to learn more about the exciting programs offered in your local parks & community! Visit  www.outdoors.org  today! 
 
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Friday October 30, 2020
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Outdoors Rx - OutdoorsRx
Through a prescription from a healthcare provider, Outdoors Rx® encourages children and their families to get more physically active outdoors by joining an AMC-guided Outdoors Rx activity in their community.Families are also encouraged to register on the Outdoors Rx website.  Check out our activity listings to learn more about the exciting programs offered in your local parks & community! Visit  www.outdoors.org  today! 
 
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Saturday October 31, 2020
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Outdoors Rx - OutdoorsRx
Through a prescription from a healthcare provider, Outdoors Rx® encourages children and their families to get more physically active outdoors by joining an AMC-guided Outdoors Rx activity in their community.Families are also encouraged to register on the Outdoors Rx website.  Check out our activity listings to learn more about the exciting programs offered in your local parks & community! Visit  www.outdoors.org  today! 
 
Sunday November 1, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Beginner/Advanced Beginner
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Intermediate
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
Monday November 2, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Tuesday November 3, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    BLAST - Babysitter Lessons and Safety Training - Babysitter Lessons and Safety Training
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department. Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  This is why we have arranged for this class to be offered in a virtual/on-line setting if it can not be offered in-person.  Class will be held on the same date & time. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW______________________________You'll learn how to react responsibly to medical emergencies, how to call 911, perform first-aid for common childhood injuries and illnesses, how to prevent and relieve choking, set-up and run your own babysitting business and how to entertain with games & songs.
 
Wednesday November 4, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Taekwon-Do - Taekwon-Do Ages 7-12
PLEASE NOTE Your Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously. While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.   Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  This is why we have arranged for this class to be offered in a virtual/on-line setting if it can not be offered in-person.  Class will be held on the same dates, but instruction will be reduced in time.  A price adjustment will be made accordingly. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW____________________Taekwon-Do is an integrated and complete system for self-defense and personal improvement. The aim of training is to improve the whole person: body, mind and spirit.Baystate Taekwondo is dedicated to helping your child develop confidence through physical activity and acquiring self-defense skills.This is an introductory class to martial arts including instruction and games. Please wear comfortable clothes, and please leave shoes in rack provided at the door. Classes are held at the Taekwondo Baystate Academy 25 School Street, FraminghamPlease note due to Covid-19; Baystate Taekwondo cannot allow any parents in the waiting room. The bathrooms will also be closed. Please make sure your child brings their own water as well. 
 
Thursday November 5, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Friday November 6, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Saturday November 7, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Yoga Workshop - Yoga Workshop II
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department. Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  Unfortunately, this class will not be available virtually.  If class can not he held due to COVID restrictions, refunds will be made accordingly. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW______________________________This workshop was developed to encourage parents and their children to move and spend time together by teaching them a simple yoga flow that they can do at home. Workshop is ideal for all experience levels and children in grades K-5.This is a Parent/Child (team) workshop - Parent MUST participate with child.  Please bring a yoga mat, towel, and water bottle to class. 
 
Sunday November 8, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Beginner/Advanced Beginner
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Intermediate
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
Monday November 9, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Tuesday November 10, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Wednesday November 11, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Thursday November 12, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Friday November 13, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Saturday November 14, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
Sunday November 15, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Beginner/Advanced Beginner
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Intermediate
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
Monday November 16, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Tuesday November 17, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Baby Ballet - Baby Ballet, Winter I
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department. Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  Unfortunately, this class will not be available virtually.  If class can not begin, or if it is cut short due to COVID restrictions, refunds will be made accordingly. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW______________________________Basic Ballet poses and moves along with Creative movement, expression, and rhythm concepts will be taught to boys and girls.Class will be held at the Academy Bldg. in Cushing Memorial Park.  Please enter Cushing Park through Keefe Tech parking lot at 750 Winter Street, take an immediate left and follow signs to Academy Building (first brick building).Please wear comfortable clothes and have bare feet or ballet shoes.Please bring a water bottle to class.  ** Please note that this is a drop-off class.  Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions - we are unable to allow visitors or spectators during class.  If you plan on staying on-site for the class, we ask that you wait in the park or in your vehicle for your student. 
 
4:45 PM - 5:30 PM    Ballet - Beginner Ballet, Winter I
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department. Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  This is why we have arranged for this class to be offered in a virtual/on-line setting if it can not be offered in-person.  Class will be held on the same date & time. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW______________________________Ballet classes for beginners!All Classes are held at the Academy Building in Cushing Memorial Park.  Please enter the park through the Keefe Tech Parking lot at 750 Winter St, take an immediate left and follow signs to Academy Building (first brick building).Ballet poses and moves along with creative movement, expression and rhythm concepts will be taught to boys and girls.  Please wear your hair pulled back, comfortable clothes and bare feet or ballet slippers.  ** Please note that this is a drop-off class.  Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions - we are unable to allow visitors or spectators during class.  If you plan on staying on-site for the class, we ask that you wait in the park or in your vehicle for your student.   
 
Wednesday November 18, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Thursday November 19, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Friday November 20, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Saturday November 21, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
Sunday November 22, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Beginner/Advanced Beginner
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Adult Tennis Lessons - Intermediate
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department.PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW__________________________________________** Lessons are held at the Longfellow Club in Wayland** 6 weeks beginning October 25th - December 6th, 2020 (No class Nov 29)* PLEASE NOTE - Some Dates, Age Categories / Class Names may have changed from what you have participated in before. *BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNERThis class is for those who have not played before, or are just getting started. A player will learn all the basics of the game including: strokes, scoring, footwork, and tennis etiquette. Classes will include live ball hitting with other classmates, and personal stroke instruction.INTERMEDIATE Build on skills taught in Beginner Tennis and learn how to comfortably play a game of tennis. The intermediate level will teach you how to rally with more consistent depth and placement. A great workout that will help you fine tune your strokes and improve your match play.  
 
Monday November 23, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Tuesday November 24, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
3:45 PM - 4:30 PM    Baby Ballet - Baby Ballet, Winter I
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department. Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  Unfortunately, this class will not be available virtually.  If class can not begin, or if it is cut short due to COVID restrictions, refunds will be made accordingly. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW______________________________Basic Ballet poses and moves along with Creative movement, expression, and rhythm concepts will be taught to boys and girls.Class will be held at the Academy Bldg. in Cushing Memorial Park.  Please enter Cushing Park through Keefe Tech parking lot at 750 Winter Street, take an immediate left and follow signs to Academy Building (first brick building).Please wear comfortable clothes and have bare feet or ballet shoes.Please bring a water bottle to class.  ** Please note that this is a drop-off class.  Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions - we are unable to allow visitors or spectators during class.  If you plan on staying on-site for the class, we ask that you wait in the park or in your vehicle for your student. 
 
4:45 PM - 5:30 PM    Ballet - Beginner Ballet, Winter I
PLEASE NOTEYour Parks & Recreation Department takes safety seriously.   While participating in this program, please be assured that all State and Local health and safety measures are being adhered to.  You may be asked a few short questions or have your temperature taken prior to class every day.  Masks must be worn while participating, physical distancing guidelines must be followed, and multiple hygiene breaks will be taken during each class.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our department. Due to current circumstances, flexibility is essential.  This is why we have arranged for this class to be offered in a virtual/on-line setting if it can not be offered in-person.  Class will be held on the same date & time. PLEASE READ THE COVID PARTICIPATION INFORMATION LOCATED IN THE 'ADDITIONAL FORMS & FILES' LINK BELOW______________________________Ballet classes for beginners!All Classes are held at the Academy Building in Cushing Memorial Park.  Please enter the park through the Keefe Tech Parking lot at 750 Winter St, take an immediate left and follow signs to Academy Building (first brick building).Ballet poses and moves along with creative movement, expression and rhythm concepts will be taught to boys and girls.  Please wear your hair pulled back, comfortable clothes and bare feet or ballet slippers.  ** Please note that this is a drop-off class.  Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions - we are unable to allow visitors or spectators during class.  If you plan on staying on-site for the class, we ask that you wait in the park or in your vehicle for your student.   
 
Wednesday November 25, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Thursday November 26, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Friday November 27, 2020
9:30 AM - 9:30 PM    Pottery Class with Community Kiln @ Brick Stack Arts Center - Pottery Classes
BEGINNER WHEELTHROWING This class is for students with little or no experience using the potter's wheel.  Beginners will learn basic skills such as wedging clay, centering on the wheel, and forming fundamental shapes such as mugs, bowls, plates, and vases.   CLASSES RUN:      - Sundays, 9/20 - 11/29 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm      - Fridays, 9/25 - 12/4 from 9:00am - 12:00pm INTERMEDIATE WHEELTHROWING Improve and build upon your basic knowledge and technique.  This class will focus on advanced throwing techniques, complex forms, and surface duration. CLASSES RUN:      - Thursdays, 9/24 - 12/3 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Thursdays 9/24 - 12/3 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm ALL LEVELS WHEELTHROWING This class is for students of any level!  Join us if you have little or no experience using the potter's wheel, or if you've been doing it for years!  Both basic and advanced skills will be taught as well as increasing knowledge of glazing.  A great class to learn from your teacher and peers!   CLASSES RUN:      - Mondays, 9/21 - 11/30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 10:00am - 1:00pm      - Tuesdays, 9/22 - 11/24 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm HANDBUILDING Beginners will learn basic handbuilding skills such as slab, coil, and pinch pots, and all students will refine techniques, surface treatment, and finish options.  More advanced students will dig into their own personal style by exploring more complex forms.   CLASSES RUN:      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 12/2 from 9:30am - 1:30pm      - Wednesdays, 9/23 - 9:30pm For more information, pricing, and to register please contact Katie McCarren, 508.309.4604 or visit www.brickstack.org 
 
Saturday November 28, 2020
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 9:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - BEGINNER - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Skating Lessons - Fall Session - Skating Lessons Fall - INTERMEDIATE - 10:00am Class
** REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 9:00AM **Please note changes to this year's skate levels, descriptions, and ages.  Spots are VERY LIMITED.______________________________** Due to COVID-19 class size and building space restrictions, we are unable to accommodate large crowds.  ONLY 1 PARENT will be allowed in the arena during class.  Detailed instructions on drop-off / pick-up procedures will be emailed to participants prior to the first class.______________________________ Each 45 minute class is structured to include a 5-minute warm-up, 35 minutes of instruction, and 5 minutes to practice. ______________________________  ** PLEASE NOTE:  Your child must be able to skate across the ice without falling PRIOR to registering for any lessons. **______________________________BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students will learn:          * Glide on 2 feet          * Glide on 2 feet and dip (bend knees)          * 2-foot sculling (pushing off with inside edge of skate)          * Snowplow stop          * 2-foot hop in place          * 2-foot hop movingADVANCED BEGINNER (ages 7-12 yrs)     - Students MUST be able to complete the BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for Advanced Beginner.     - Students will learn:          * Backwards skating          * Backward 2-foot glide          * Backward sculling          * Forward 1-foot glide          * 2-Foot turn in place (forward to back)          * Forward pumps in straight line          * Forward pumps in a circleINTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the ADVANCED BEGINNER skills PRIOR to registering for INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          *Forward stroking, showing correct use of blade          * Forward 1/2 swizzle pumps on a circle          * Moving forward to backward 2-foot turn on a circle          * Slalom course on a circle          * Snowplow stop - 1 foot          * Forward outside edge on circle          * Forward inside edge on circle          * Forward crossovers ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE (ages 10-12 yrs)          - Students MUST be able to complete the INTERMEDIATE skills PRIOR to registering for ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE.     - Students will learn:          * Backward 1-foot glide          * Backward cutbacks          * Hockey stop          * Lunge          * Forward outside 3-turn           * Forward spiral          * Bunny hop          * 2-foot spin______________________________ALL SKATERS WILL NEED     - Skates that fit properly          - No double runners          - Skate rentals are NOT available     - All skaters must wear approved helmets          - Bicycle helmets will NOT be allowed          - Please see link to "HELMET GUIDELINES" below          - Helmet rentals are NOT available     - Name tags will be provided and must be worn weekly     - Mittens or Gloves are mandatory          - It is also recommended that students dress in layers