Wilmette, IL

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Updated on:
Sun, 2015-03-29 13:51

Special Events

2015 Spring Ice Show: Fabulous @ 40

Performance Dates: May 15, 16 & 17
Tickets sales: Available online beginning April 20 and at Centennial Ice Rinks, 2300 Old Glenview Road, Wilmette. General seating is $7.75 and reserved seats are $9.25.


Summer Camps

Pirate Tennis & Ice Skating
Age 7-11
June 15-June 26

Campers attend Pirate Tennis Camp from 9-11:30 a.m. Campers should bring a sack lunch and drink or money for the concession stand. They will have lunch with the Pirate Camp staff before transferring to Centennial Ice Rinks for the afternoon where they will enjoy a variety of activities including figure skating and hockey instruction with free skate time. Broomball (a game similar to hockey using rubber-soled shoes), off-ice sports conditioning clinic, arts/crafts and games are part of the skating camp. Equipment will be available. All skating levels are welcome. Specific details will be mailed to the participants before camp begins. Note: Pick up is at Centennial Ice Rinks. Fees are: R-$668/NR-$735. Click here for registration information.  

Ice Skating/Gymnastics Camp
Age 6-12
Two week or four week options: June 16-Aug. 20

This camp is designed for recreational skaters and gymnasts, no prior experience is necessary. Additional activities such as broomball, arts and crafts, and games are offered for variety and fun. Campers should bring a bag lunch with a beverage and will receive a T-shirt. More details will be mailed to participants before camp begins. Five-year-olds who have completed Tot I skating levels may also participate in this camp. Note: Drop off will be at Centennial Recreation Complex and pick up is at the Community Recreation Center gymnastics gym. Click here for registration information.  

Little Puckers Hockey Camp
Age 5-11
8 week and 1 week options: June 15-Aug. 7

This camp will focus on developing the skills needed to succeed as a hockey player. Previous class or hockey team experience is necessary to participate in this camp. Over 6.5 hours of ice time per week along with a daily trip to the Family Aquatic Center is included. Other activities include dry land training, video study and chalk talks. Campers will need to bring a lunch or purchase one at the concession stand. Click here for registration information.  

For more information please call 847-256- 9666.              

 

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