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Join us for a FREE Goalie Clinic on September 27th from 2:30- 4pm at Anderson Park. No experience or equipment needed. Please bring lacrosse pads and sticks if you have them.
A COVID health screen will be sent to all participants before the event.
All players must complete, print and bring this form to the event.
We are offering a “free” 1 hour mini-clinic for our Mini-Laxers and Rising 2nd Graders on September 27th from 1pm to 2:15 pm at Anderson Park (rain date is October 4th). This clinic is for all of our new (and new-ish) players in K-2nd grade to give them some awareness of the sport this fall and get them more ready for our wildly popular "Foundations" program for new players (if we can safely run it indoors) this winter. We will be following strict COVID protocols we implemented for all of our programs this past summer. Each player will be required to have their parent/guardian with them (don’t worry if you know nothing about the sport - we will be able to help you get up to speed in minutes); a working boys lacrosse stick, and 3 tennis balls (hopefully marked for easy identification) so they don’t have to share tennis balls.
We will be teaching basics with tennis balls and fun games for beginners. Lacrosse gloves are optional for those that want to wear them. No other gear is needed, but dress your players for the weather and a grass field (cleats are better, but sneakers are fine).
Registration (with COVID waivers) is found here: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/241296
Some COVID details: Enter the Park on North Mountain Ave (about the middle of the park) – come to the table to sign in and provide your signed health admission form and temperature check. Departure is on Parkside Road (no exceptions). Masks are to be worn by all at all times (except when the player and their parent/guardian is in their assigned socially distanced spot on the field.