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  • Golf League - Recreational Ages 9-16

    Do you have some golf course playing experience? Then it's time to try out this non-competitive league! The emphasis will be on fun, safety, skill development and etiquette. Get back in the swing of things on the first day with an instructional clinic. Then each following week you will hit the links at Tanners Brook to enjoy the game of golf. Range rovers will be on the course to ensure the safety of participants. Bring your own clubs. In case of rain, call Tanners Brook Golf Club at (651) 464-2300 for cancellation, make-up date or if activities are to be held indoors instead. Tanners Brook Golf Club is located at 5810 190th Street North, Forest Lake.
  • Boys Basketball Advanced Skills & Summer League Entering Grades 5-8

    Ten sessions of skill training with the high school coaching staff! Head Coach Dan Cremisino (2018 Minnesota AAAA Basketball Coach of the Year), and varsity assistants Mike Holmquist and Craig Coleman will lead the training. Training will include ball handling, shooting, rim attacks and footwork. Social distancing will be followed during training and gym space will allow for an enrollment of 16 students per session. Students will need to bring their own ball and bottle of water. We are excited to work with your student! Please include your T shirt size. Grades 5 1534-S20A Jun 16-Jul 16 Tue & Thu 8am-9am Grades 6 1534-S20C Jun 15-Jul 15 Tue & Thu 9am-10am Grades 7 1534-S20D Jun 15-Jul 15 Mon & Wed 8am-9am Grades 8 1534-S20E Jun 15-Jul 15 Mon & Wed 9am-10am
  • Tennis Clinic Grades 7 - 12

    Learn basic strokes through age-appropriate games with an emphasis on fun. Sessions will focus on skills and drills. All basic skills will be taught in an atmosphere that promotes learning and individual success. All participants will receive a t-shirt if registered by the deadline, so please indicate size when registering.The registration deadline is June 18. For availability after June 18 , please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org. Participants should wear sport appropriate clothing and shoes, bring two nut/peanut free snacks, sunscreen and a bottle of water every day.
  • Driver's Education Ages 14-Adult

    This 30-hour program will be conducted by a certified instructor from A+ Driving School and will fulfill the state driver’s education requirement. The course will address the “how to” and “whys” of safe driving. The format of the class will be lecture and active discussion. After completion of the program, students will be able to set up and participate in behind the wheel sessions to meet the six hour state requirement. The fee of $349 and is payable to A+ Driving School. This class listing is informational only. All registration is done through www.APlusDrivingSchool.net
  • Rangers Aquatics NOVICE Ages 8-18

    The purpose of the NOVICE summer swimming program is to train a swimmer to swim fast and efficient. In addition, the coaching staff will encourage physical fitness, motivation, foster self-discipline, reinforce self-esteem, build self-confidence, and provide an environment where the athletes can achieve their highest potential through a challenging and fun atmosphere. The workouts will be adjusted to benefit all swimming abilities. Participants must be able to swim 25 continuous yards of freestyle and backstroke.The class runs Monday-Friday. This class is ideal if you are thinking about joining the boys and girls swim teams. The following guidelines must be followed to participate in the classes: Participant(s) may enter the facility five minutes prior to class. All participants must maintain social distancing. There will be no use of lockers in the locker rooms; only use of showers (to rinse off before and after class) and bathroom use. The participant must come dressed to swim. The participant is allowed goggles, nose clip, swim cap, towel, warm-ups, flip-flops/sandals and a plastic water bottle (must be a screw top). There will be no "changing of clothes". The warm-ups, flip-flops/sandals and towels will be left on the bleachers (all areas will be disinfected). Only the googles, nose clip, swim cap and a plastic water bottle (must be a screw top) will be allowed on the pool deck. Water bottles are to be filled prior to arrival as the water fountain will not be available for use. Do not share equipment. The participant must leave five minutes after the class ends. Parent drop off and pick up is encouraged. However, parent(s) may observe from the hallway, pool deck or bleachers if they are following the six feet social distancing guidelines. Limited space will be available for observation. If the participant is not feeling well, PLEASE do not come to class.
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  • Rangers Aquatics ADVANCED Ages 12-18

    The purpose of the ADVANCED summer swimming program is to train a swimmer to swim fast and efficient. In addition, the coaching staff will encourage physical fitness, motivation, foster self-discipline, reinforce self-esteem, build self-confidence, and provide an environment where the athletes can achieve their highest potential through a challenging and fun atmosphere. The workouts will be adjusted to benefit all swimming abilities. Participants must be able to swim 50 continuous yards of freestyle and backstroke, 25 yards of butterfly and breaststroke. The clinic is run Monday-Friday. This class is for athletes that have middle school or high school swim team experience. The following guidelines must be followed to participate in the classes: Participant(s) may enter the facility five minutes prior to class. All participants must maintain social distancing. There will be no use of lockers in the locker rooms; only use of showers (to rinse off before and after class) and bathroom use. The participant must come dressed to swim. The participant is allowed goggles, nose clip, swim cap, towel, warm-ups, flip-flops/sandals and a plastic water bottle (must be a screw top). There will be no "changing of clothes". The warm-ups, flip-flops/sandals and towels will be left on the bleachers (all areas will be disinfected). Only the googles, nose clip, swim cap and a plastic water bottle (must be a screw top) will be allowed on the pool deck. Water bottles are to be filled prior to arrival as the water fountain will not be available for use. Do not share equipment. The participant must leave five minutes after the class ends. Parent drop off and pick up is encouraged. However, parent(s) may observe from the hallway, pool deck or bleachers if they are following the six feet social distancing guidelines. Limited space will be available for observation. If the participant is not feeling well, PLEASE do not come to class.
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  • Water Safety Aide Ages 11 & up

    The best Water Safety Instructors start out as aides. This course is designed for teens who have passed Level 6 and who may be interested in working at an aquatic facility as an aide and eventually add the certification to become a Water Safety Instructor. Students will be asked to volunteer practice teach at the pool one 10-hour session during the summer.
  • Sewing Camp - Ages 9-16

    Learn how to use a sewing machine, sew seams and use patterns to create sewing projects. We’ll begin with some easy starter projects (pillowcase and a drawstring bag) designed to teach sewing machine operation and safety. As you gain experience and confidence, you will be free to select more complex projects that are age and skill level appropriate. Sewing and Fitting Mentor is located at 69 Lake St. N, Forest Lake.
  • Golf Lessons - Parent/Child Ages 6 & Up

    Improve your golf swing while spending time with your son or daughter! This series of lessons will focus on the full swing as well as chipping and putting. Instruction and useful methods of practice are included in each lesson. On the last day, golfers will have a chance to play a game of golf on their own on the course. Range balls are provided and golf clubs are available, if needed. Please register with the name of the child who will be attending the lessons. Tanners Brook Golf Club is located at 5810 190th Street North, Forest Lake.
  • {YEL!} Project Runway Entering Grades 4-8

    New summer projects! A swimsuit coverup, mini messenger bag, ear bud case and your personalized sewer’s handbook. The {YEL!} Project Runway Sewing Camp follows four basic principles: Teach It! Students are taught multiple hand and machine sewing techniques Practice It! Students practice those techniques on basic projects Sew It! Students increase their skill and sew more complicated projects Own It! Students showcase their projects on the last day of class (family and friends are invited). Then take everything home to walk the runway of everyday life!
  • Music Lessons - Band Entering Grades 6-12

    This is a great time to improve your ability to play your band instrument. Registration is open for woodwind, brass and percussion musicians with Mr. Jake Matheson. Whether you are in your first year of band or starting to prepare for all-state band - these lessons are for you! Students must bring their own instruments to their lesson. Additional lessons times may become available. Please contact Janet at JNutter@flaschools.org or (651) 982-8328 for details.
  • PrepStar Blast Entering Grades 10-12

    The ACT® test is more important than ever for college admissions and scholarship money. You will be introduced to the ACT test format, receive content specific strategies for each of the four test sections and practice the strategies on retired ACT tests. You will also be given the opportunity to take a full length practice ACT test at home and score it with our online scoring system which gives you immediate feedback and scoring results similar to those of the ACT. Refunds will only be given for cancellations made prior to the first day of class.
  • Middle School Boys Soccer Grades 7-8

    Middle School soccer is an introduction to what students will experience at the high school soccer level. Advanced skills such as dribbling, trapping, passing and receiving will be the focus. Games will be played against other local middle school teams. Practices and games will be played at Forest Lake Area Middle School (FLAMS) unless away at opponents location. Transportation to the away games is provided and will return to FLAMS. Families must provide transportation home from FLAMS after practices and games. Rain day practices will be held in FLAMS Gym D. Game uniforms will be provided.The registration deadline is September 14. For team availability after September 14, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org. Players must wear soccer cleats (no metal), practice clothes, shin guards and bring a bottle of water every day. Important Dates: Registration Deadline: Mon, Sep 14 Picture Day: Wed, Sep 16 2:30pm FLAMS Cafeteria Boys Grade 7 1541-F20A Sep 14-Oct 14 Mon-Thu 2:30-4:30pm Boys Grade 8 1541-F20B Sep 14-Oct 14 Mon-Thu 2:30-4:30pm
  • Middle School Girls Soccer Grades 7-8

    Middle School soccer is an introduction to what students will experience at the high school soccer level. Advanced skills such as dribbling, trapping, passing and receiving will be the focus. Games will be played against other local middle school teams. Practices and games will be played at Forest Lake Area Middle School (FLAMS) unless away at opponents location. Transportation to the away games is provided and will return to FLAMS. Families must provide transportation home from FLAMS after practices and games. Rain day practices will be held in FLAMS Gym D. Game uniforms will be provided.The registration deadline is September 14. For team availability after September 14, please call (651) 982-8392 or email amartens@flaschools.org. Players must wear soccer cleats (no metal), practice clothes, shin guards and bring a bottle of water every day. Important Dates: Registration Deadline: Mon, Sep 14 Picture Day: Wed, Sep 16 2:30pm FLAMS Cafeteria Girls Grade 7 1542-F20A Sep 14-Oct 14 Mon-Thu 2:30-4:30pm Girls Grade 8 1542-F20B Sep 14-Oct 14 Mon-Thu 2:30-4:30pm