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03-19-2008, 11:52 AM
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Thank you everybody for your replies so far.

Icer: I must have passed up the ages on accident when I was looking through there before... have you ever participated in one of the clinics? The website says that some basic skills are needed ("The skills are roughly what you would get having played organized hockey for at least one year.") and of course I do not fit that. Any suggestions?
I took this clinic a few ago (mid 30's at the time) with my daughter and it is excellent. If I were you, I'd check your local rinks for some learn to skate programs. Most have adult classes. That should give you enough of a foundation to sign up for the Laura Stamm program in August, just in time to put it to use for the fall session.

Robbie Glanz also has adult groups and is very similar to the Laura Stamm program. A guy on my team around the same age as me did it a couple years ago.

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