The Park City Ice Miners, the new youth hockey organization on the Wasatch Back, are looking for boys and girls, ages six through 14, to play as part of Park City’s new Youth Hockey Association. The association, part of USA Hockey, is organized as the Wasatch Back Amateur Hockey Association (WaBAHA) and is a nonprofit organization with a goal of developing youth hockey programs aimed at improving skills, increasing participation and developing a healthy, fun environment for youth hockey. The season starts Monday, Oct. 20, and runs through March 14. The cost is $390 per player and includes two practices per week, league games, tournaments and an Ice Miners jersey and socks. To register online, go to http://www.PCIceMiners.org or contact Larry Feldman at 901-9933.
Learn to Skate
The fall session of Learn to Ice Skate classes at the Park City Ice Arena begins Oct. 21. Skaters of all ages and ability levels are encouraged to learn to ice skate. The rink offer classes for pre-schoolers, children, and adults in both figure skating and hockey and speedskating. Tuesday classes are offered at 4:30 or 5:05 p.m. An $84 registration fee includes seven weeks of classes, practice time, skate rental, and a punch card for three Open Skate sessions. For more information, visit http://www.parkcityice.org or contact the skating director at 615-5704 or email@example.com.
Pilates for Pink
Range, a Park City studio specializing in pilates, will be pairing up with SHAPE magazine to raise money for breast-cancer research. The program, known as Pilates for Pink, involves a nationwide network of pilates studios and fitness centers offering classes at special rates with proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation during the month of October. Range will be offering three classes for Pilates for Pink. These classes will be held Saturday, Oct. 25, at 10 a.m. and noon and Tuesday, Oct. 28 at noon. For a donation of $10, participants will receive a workout while donating to a great cause. Forms can be downloaded on the Range website and are available at the studio at the time of the class. Please bring a check or money order for your donation of $10 or more payable to: The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Participants may also make a donation with credit card online at http://www.bcrfcure.org and bring the receipt to class. Space is limited. To register, contact Tracy at 655-1816 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Range is located at 2064 Prospector Avenue in the Poison Creek Building. For more information on Pilates for Pink, visit the Web site at http://www.pilatesforpink.com . For more information about Range, visit http://www.rangeparkcity.com
The Park City Nordic Ski Club/National Sports Foundation is holding an informational parent/athlete meeting for the upcoming winter season. The meeting will be held at the Utah Olympic Park Day Lodge on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 7p.m. Come and learn more about the club and the programs offered, meet coaches. Parents may even sign their athletes that evening. For further information, please contact Nancy Hendrickson at 645-7660 ext. 1 or email@example.com.
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