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  • {YEL} Junior Soccer Grades K-3

    Get outside and get kickin’! We teach the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, receiving and scoring. Emphasis is on teamwork, fundamentals, safety and fast-paced action. Get your kid's pulse pounding today.
  • Fencing Ages 6-Adult

    Fencing is a vigorous sport that develops stamina, quick reactions, speed, accuracy of movement and excellent coordination. Classes begin with warm-up exercises followed by games, footwork and drills in a fun, enjoyable atmosphere. Students will learn fencing strategies that require problem solving skills through strategic bouting. Fencers also build confidence and develop their analytical skills by learning and practicing how to referee bouts. Students are fully protected with a mask, jacket and gloves. All equipment is provided including safety jackets and masks. Students should wear long athletic pants, a t-shirt, athletic shoes and bring a bottle of water.
  • Intro to Hockey Boys & Girls Ages 4-7

    In partnership with the Forest Lake Hockey Association (FLHA), the Intro to Hockey program introduces children to the great sport of hockey. Participants must have completed a Tots Skating Lessons or have some skating ability and be able to stand up on the ice without assistance. Each class of Intro to Hockey expands on basic skating skills in a hockey environment by utilizing small area games with an emphasis on FUN! Skaters will be separated by skill level so that they can focus on the most appropriate course of development. Lowest levels will focus on expanding basic skating skills while higher levels will begin to incorporate hockey play, stickhandling and age appropriate drills.Full hockey equipment is required and should include skates, helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey pants, gloves and shin pads. You must supply your own skates (seasonal skate rentals are available from Forest Lake Cycle & Skate). A mouth guard and protective cup are recommended. Hockey jersey and hockey socks are included in the cost.Intro to Hockey is a defined curriculum and professional instruction but still relies heavily on on-ice parent volunteers that have some hockey experience. Volunteers must have skates and wear a helmet on the ice. We encourage you to indicate your willingness to assist at the time of registration. The lead instructor will guide all activities so no training is necessary. We are not able to offer this class without the help of our parent volunteers! Please note: Intro to Hockey will be in the fieldhouse on the following dates: Nov 4, Nov 11 and Dec 9. The fieldhouse is colder, so please make sure your child is dressed properly.
  • {YEL!} Junior Basketball Grades K-3

    Fundamentals and fun are in store! Emphasis is placed on developing the basic skills of dribbling, shooting, passing, sportsmanship and teamwork. We use engaging and dynamic games to support students’ growth including our unique three-on-three style game. This is a high-octane class with an inclusive atmosphere. But hurry, the shot-clock is running down!
  • Tae Kwon Do Ages 6-100

    Traditional Tae Kwon Do, an ancient Korean martial art over a thousand years old, is rapidly becoming the world's most popular martial art and form of self-defense. Tae Kwon Do for children is not only great exercise, but also builds confidence, character and self-control. Parents report that their children become more focused in school and improve their social relations with others. For families, it is an excellent activity to participate in together no matter what your level of athletic ability. Sun Yi's Academy is located 255 MN-97 #5b, Forest Lake.
  • Gymnastics Workshop Grades K-5

    The Forest Lake Area High School gymnastics team and coaches will hold a workshop to teach basic gymnastics skills. Students will work on the bars, beam and floor. Floor tumbling skills include cartwheels, handstands, handstand roll-downs, backward and forward rolls, back limbers, front limbers and different types of leaps, jumps and turns. Bar skills include tap swings, casts, pullovers, skips, squat-on, front and back hip circles. Beam skills include forward and backward walking skills, turns, jumps, handstands, forward rolls and jump dismounts. At the end of each night, there will be a large group show-and-tell period where gymnasts can show off their new skills. Warm-up and stretching exercises will be included. Participants should wear comfortable clothes and register early to ensure a spot as this workshop fills quickly.
  • Basketball League Grades 2-6

    For team availability after October 12 deadline, please call (651) 982-8392.Basketball builds coordination and helps keep kids active! Register now to join a team at your school. Early registration ensures your child has the opportunity to build their skills while having fun with their friends. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members during the week of November 12 to notify you of practice schedules. For team availability after the October 12 deadline, please call (651) 982-8392. Children must be registered for their current grade, no "playing up". No exceptions, staff will be verifying registrations.Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with. Columbus (CO), Forest Lake (FL), Forest View (FV), LILA (LI), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC), Wyoming (WY).Important times and dates:Game times: 6:15pm, 7:15pmRandom Draw: Nov. 1 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in E13Coaches Meeting: Nov. 8 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymPictures and Opening Day: Saturday, Dec 1
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  • Gymnastics Workshop Grades K-5

    The Forest Lake Area High School gymnastics team and coaches will host a workshop to teach basic gymnastics skills. Students will work on the bars, beam and floor. Floor tumbling skills include: cartwheels, handstands, handstand roll-downs, backward and forward rolls, back limbers, front limbers and different types of leaps, jumps and turns. Bar skills include: tap swings, casts, pullovers, skips, squat-on, front and back hip circles. Beam skills include: forward and backward walking skills, turns, jumps, handstands, forward rolls and jump dismounts. At the end of each night there will be a large group show-and-tell period where gymnasts can show off their new skills. Warm-up and stretching exercises will be included. Participants should wear comfortable clothes and register early to ensure a spot as this workshop fills quickly.