Learn to Skate and Play Hockey!

Learn to Skate and Play Hockey with Malden/East Boston Youth Hockey

The second session for our Malden/East Boston (MEB) Youth Hockey Learn-to-Skate Clinic Program for girls and boys ages 4 and over begins Sunday, January 13 at 11:30 AM at the Porrazzo Rink in East Boston.

Interest in the MEB program continues to grow, with teams from Mites to Midgets having celebrated several championships in the league and tournaments over the past few years, including the undefeated season last year for our Mite (age 8 and under) team.

Our home ice is at the Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Rink in East Boston (http://www.fmcicesports.com/public/locations/east-boston/index.htm), and the Hockey Clinic is a basic learn to skate, learn to play hockey program, for both boys and girls, with two one-hour practices each week. There are three levels taught: learn-to-skate, basic skills, and advanced skills.  The fee for this session is $160 for 10 weeks, and includes a free hockey jersey. For new skaters to the program, we require a copy of the child’s birth certificate, and payment is required for all skaters at registration. Classes will be held on Sundays at 11:30 AM and Mondays or Wednesdays (schedule varies due to high school hockey at the rink) at 6:00 PM in East Boston.
Learn more at: www.mebhockey.com/Learn_to_Skate.html

MEB is on facebook at: www.facebook.com/pages/MaldenEast-Boston-Youth-Hockey/179711587493

Registration forms can be obtained per request by e-mail to mebhockey1@aol.com , or direct questions to Peter Giuliano: 617-966-6598.  Additional details found on our website at: www.mebhockey.com.

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