On February 24th and March 3 from 4:30-6 p.m. there will be a hockey clinic for kids ages 6-12 at the Alpine Ice Rink at Town Center. Drop off the kids for games, races, and fun drills to give them a great hockey experience right here in Big Sky. The focus is on having fun while building skills.
This is not a learn-to-skate clinic, so attendees should have a stick (there are a few at the rink but not enough for everyone), hockey skates, a helmet (ski helmet OK), and shin or kneepads. Elbow pads and hockey gloves are recommended but if it’s cold, ski mittens will be fine. Local hockey players will be running the clinic, and a couple of former Ice Dog players may be in attendance. The clinic will be free to members of the Big Sky Skating and Hockey Association.
If you’d like to support the BSSHA by becoming a member, go to Facebook/BSSHA. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the clinics or call Griffin at 580-0679 for more information. This program is made possible with assistance from the Yellowstone Club Community Foundation.
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