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Adult Skating Camp, Lincoln, NH March 8-12, 2018
« on: February 13, 2018, 12:12:59 PM »
March 8-12, 2018
Adult Skating Camp

The Rink at RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain, Lincoln, NH 03251
(Note: Outdoor rink)

Olympic Silver Medalist Peter Carruthers – ABC & ESPN Announcer and Expert Analyst

Elin Shran – Master’s Degree in Critical and Creative Thinking, Co- Founder Frozen Frog Productions

John Mucko – PSA Master Rated in Choreography, Co-Director American Ice Theatre - Boston

Featuring three full days of on and off ice sessions focusing on - Using Your Space, Choreography, Emotions on the Ice, Round Robin sessions, Step Sequences, and Fun Surprises! All in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire

Tentative Schedule

    Thursday Evening – Skate Party followed by Welcome Reception
    Friday – On and off ice sessions 10:00am – 4:00pm
    Friday Evening – time to explore on your own
    Saturday – On and off ice sessions 10:00am - 3:30pm
    Saturday Evening – Wine & Cheese Reception – Golden Era of the Great Ice Shows – includes Q &A session with the coaches
    Sunday – On and off ice sessions 10:00- 2:00pm
    Sunday Evening – Performance featuring the Campers and Coaches followed by Wrap up Reception
    Monday Morning – Coffee & Check out

RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain will offer discounts for lodging for registered campers - contact the resort directly for the Camp Discount (603) 745-7500

*Must be 21 years old as of March 8, 2018

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