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  • {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 cement 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 is great exercise and 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 at 255 SE Highway 97, 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.
  • 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 water bottle.
  • Basketball League Grades 3-6

    For team availability after October 13 deadline, please call (651) 982-8392. Basketball can build coordination and help to 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. Practices usually occur at the elementary school at you have signed up to play at. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members during the week of November 13 to notify you of practice schedules. 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), North Lakes (NL), Scandia (SC), Wyoming (WY). Important times and dates:Game times: 6:15pm, 7:15pmRandom Draw: Nov. 2 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in E13Coaches Meeting: Nov. 9 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymPictures and Opening Day: Saturday, Dec 2
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  • Skating Lessons Alpha Ages 6-12

    Must have passed Pre-Alpha. Alpha skaters will work on forward stroking, crossovers and one-foot snowplow stop. Skaters may come 30 minutes early to practice skills learned. The 30 minute class time listed is instruction.Skate rentals are available at Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center. If renting skates, pick up your skates, have them sharpened and bring them to the first class. Instructors are Ice Skating Institute (ISI) certified.
  • Skating Lessons Gamma Ages 6-17

    Must have passed Beta. Gamma skaters will work on right and left outside three turns and forward inside Mohawk combinations. Hockey stop is learned. First half of class is practice and second half is instruction time.Skate rentals are available at Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center. If renting skates, pick up your skates, have them sharpened and bring them to the first class.Instructors are Ice Skating Institute (ISI) certified.
  • Intro to Speed Skating Ages 6-12

    This class will work on developing the fundamentals that a new skater needs to learn. Curriculum will introduce skaters to the basics of speed skating, teach overall skating basic skill for all ice sports and provide motivation to continue to improve skating skills. 
  • Skating Lessons Beta Ages 6-17

    Must have passed Alpha. Beta skaters will work on backward stroking, crossovers and T-stop. First half of class is practice and second half is instruction time.Skate rentals are available at Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center. If renting skates, pick up your skates, have them sharpened and bring them to the first class. Instructors are Ice Skating Institute (ISI) certified.
  • Skating Lessons Delta Ages 6-17

    Must have passed Gamma. Delta skaters will work on right and left inside one-foot three turns and forward outside and inside edge. Shoot the duck or lunges, bunny hop and backward wiggle are learned. First half of class is practice and second half is instruction time.Skate rentals are available at Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center. If renting skates, pick up your skates, have them sharpened and bring them to the first class. Instructors are Ice Skating Institute (ISI) certified.
  • Skating Lessons Freestyle Ages 6-17

    Must have passed Delta. Freestyle skaters will work on a wide variety of skills depending on Freestyle level. Skills include two-foot spin, one-half flip jump, and waltz jump. First half of class is instruction and second half is practice time.Skate rentals are available at Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center. If renting skates, pick up your skates, have them sharpened and bring them to the first class. Instructors are Ice Skating Institute (ISI) certified.
  • Little Hoopsters Boys & Girls Grades K-3

    Forest Lake Hoops Club (Traveling Basketball for grades 4-8) is offering a fundamental basketball program which is designed to foster a love for the game. Introduction of basic skills, dribbling, passing and shooting for younger players through fun and exciting games and drills. Work on mastery of fundamentals with introduction of 5-on-5 team play for older players. Work on game fundamentals for third graders who may want to try out for traveling basketball starting in fourth grade. This is a non-traveling program; all K-3 students who want to learn the game or improve their basketball skills are welcome. Cost includes a t-shirt; indicate your preferred size when registering. Parents and participants are invited to attend the Forest Lake Tournament on January 27 (boys) and January 28 (girls); free admission for Little Hoopsters participants and one parent.Session A is grades K-1Session B is grades 2-3
  • Skating Lessons Tots Ages 4-6

    Basic skills for fundamental hockey and pleasure skating. Instructor will sort participants into groups based on ability. Beginning tots will work on standing, marching and proper way to fall and get up. Advanced tots will work on swizzle and foot glide. First half of class is instruction and second half is practice time. Children should wear mittens, snow pants and bike helmets. For children who can’t stand on skates, a parent/guardian is encouraged to stay on the ice.Skate rentals are available at Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at FL Sports Center. If renting skates, pick up your skates, have them sharpened and bring them to the first class. Instructors are Ice Skating Institute (ISI) certified.
  • Skating Lessons Pre-Alpha Ages 6-12

    Pre-Alpha skaters will work on two-foot glides, right and left one-foot glide, and forward and backward swizzles. Instructor will sort participants into groups based on ability. First half of class is instruction and second half is practice time. Children should wear mittens, snow pants and bike helmets.Skate rentals are available at Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center. If renting skates, pick up your skates, have them sharpened and bring them to the first class. Instructors are Ice Skating Institute (ISI) certified.
  • Volleyball Club Girls & Boys Grades 3-6

    Volleyball Club is for the player that would like to learn more about volleyball. This will include basic skills of bumping, setting, spiking and under/overhand serving. We will also work on court formation, court movement and ball placement. Participants will start with basics and work up to more competitive skills. Cost includes a t-shirt; indicate size when registering.Session A is grades 3-4Session B is grades 5-6
  • Ski Club - Grades 5-6

    Ski Club is a great opportunity for students to have some winter fun! The club fee includes ski lift ticket, rental equipment including helmet, beginner lesson, supervision and transportation to Wild Mountain. Ski runs are available for beginners to advanced skiers.Personal ski equipment will not be allowed on the bus. Register for one or both sessions. Bring a bag lunch or purchase food at the Wild Mountain snack bar. Parent volunteers with current background checks are needed to assist with supervision. Please contact Jennifer Connolly at (651) 982-8339 if you would like to volunteer. This club is for skiing only. Please dress for the weather.
  • {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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Track & Field Grades 4-6

    Students will have the opportunity to try out different track and field events and then choose the ones they enjoy the most to showcase their skills in a special track and field meet! The fee includes a Track & Field t-shirt, coaching and the track meet. The meet will be held on Thursday, May 10 from 4pm to approximately 7pm at the Forest Lake Area High School Athletic Field near the south parking lot. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from the meet. No refunds will be given for weather related cancellations. No rain date. Section 4660-SP18G is for St. Peter's and practices will be held at Forest Lake Elementary.
  • Baseball League Boys Age 5 Kindergarten T-Ball

    Baseball can build coordination, help keep kids active and improve their skills while having fun with their friends. Home team provides a parent volunteer umpire. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members during the week of April 16 to notify families of their practice schedule. For team availability after March 1, call  (651) 982-8392. Cost includes a hat and a t-shirt. "Children must be registered for their current grade; no "playing up". Your child MUST be 5 years old by June 30 to register, no exceptions. If your child is playing as a five year old and not in kindergarten this year, they would play in the same division again next year as a kindergartner. Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV), LILA (LI), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC), Wyoming (WY). Example: 1570-W18FV is Forest View. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District.Important times and dates:Game times: 6:15pm except Sat games Random Draw: March 29 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in E13Coaches Equipment Pick-up: April 5 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymCoaches Meeting: April 12 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymPictures and Opening Day: Saturday, April 28, 8am-1pm, Schumacher Field behind CLC (If raining, pictures in CLC main gym)
  • Baseball League Boys Grade 2 Coach Pitch

    Baseball can build coordination, help keep kids active and improve their skills while having fun with their friends. Home team provides a parent volunteer umpire. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members during the week of April 16 to notify families of their practice schedule. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Cost includes a hat and a t-shirt. "Children must be registered for their current grade; no "playing up".Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV), LILA (LI), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC), Wyoming (WY). Example: 1572-W18FV is Forest View. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District.Important times and dates:Game times: 6:15pm except Sat games Random Draw: March 29 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in E13Coaches Equipment Pick-up: April 5 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymCoaches Meeting: April 12 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymPictures and Opening Day: Saturday, April 28, Schumacher Field behind CLC (If raining, pictures in CLC main gym)
  • Baseball League Boys Grade 3

    Baseball can build coordination, help keep kids active and improve their skills while having fun with their friends. Home team provides a parent volunteer umpire. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members during the week of April 16 to notify families of their practice schedule. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Cost includes a hat and a t-shirt.  "Children must be registered for their current grade; no "playing up".Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest View (FV), LILA (LI), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC), Wyoming (WY). Example: 1573-W18CO is Columbus. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District.Important times and dates:Game times: 6:15pm except Sat games Random Draw: March 29 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in E13Coaches Equipment Pick-up: April 5 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymCoaches Meeting: April 12 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymPictures and Opening Day: Saturday, April 28, 8am-1pm, Schumacher Field behind CLC (If raining, pictures in CLC main gym)
  • Baseball League Boys Grade 4

    Baseball can build coordination, help keep kids active and improve their skills while having fun with their friends. Community Education will provide officials. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members during the week of April 16 to notify families of their practice schedule. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Cost includes a hat and a t-shirt.  "Children must be registered for their current grade; no "playing up".Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Columbus (CO), Forest Lake (FL), LILA (LI), Lino Lakes (LL), Linwood (LN), St. Peters (SP), Scandia (SC), Wyoming (WY). Example: 1574-W18CO is Columbus. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District.Important times and dates:Game times: 6:15pm except Sat games Random Draw: March 29 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in E13Coaches Equipment Pick-up: April 5 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymCoaches Meeting: April 12 at 6:30pm, Central Learning Center in main gymPictures and Opening Day: Saturday, April 28, 8am-1pm, Schumacher Field behind CLC (If raining, pictures in CLC main gym)