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Union Arena

Hockey (Fall Session)

October 16th - December 19th, 2018 Wednesdays 4:20pm-5:20pm

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Hockey (Fall Session)
Hockey (Fall Session)

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Union Arena, 80 Amsden Way, Woodstock, VT 05091, USA

About the event

Learn to Skate USA ~ Hockey

Fall 2018

October 16th - December 19th, 2018

For hockey players, the Learn to Skate USA Hockey curriculum is designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey skating. In four badge levels, skaters will learn how to be more proficient & agile on the ice. Proper skating techniques for the game of hockey are the primary elements on each level, with a focus on edges & power. All elements will be taught without a stick & puck.

Group sessions are 60 minutes group lessons. Skaters are assigned to groups based on ability and prior evaluations. A skater must master all skills on a given level before passing and moving onto the next level.


Wednesdays 4:20pm-5:20pm (60 minute group lesson)

Lesson Pricing

Wednesdays 4:20pm-5:20pm $200.00


Please read Union Arena Skating Club’s full Policies found on our website.

Helmets are required for all skaters Basic Skills 1-6 and skaters ages 10 and under regardless of level. Helmets are required for all Hockey groups.

Skaters must have signed Waiver and Medical forms on file before stepping onto the ice.

Skaters must follow all posted rules of Union Arena Skating Club and the rink.

For all skaters in Learn to Skate (regardless of age) and skaters under the age of 15 (regardless of level) a parent, legal guardian, or other appointed adult must be in the rink during skating session.

Parents are responsible or getting children ready for the ice (skates tire, gloves, helmets, etc.)

The Union Arena Skating Club is not responsible for any child, of any age or level, left at the rink unattended.

Parents and visitors may watch from the warming room, bleachers, or behind the class. Only skaters, coaches and board members are allowed in the boxes.

Skaters are expected to respect other skaters, coaches, and parents showing good behavior and sportsmanship at all time both on and off the ice. Coaches monitor and enforce safety on all sessions, whether or not it is the skater’s own coach.


  • Hockey (Wednesdays)




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