Summer Skate-LTP and Mini Mite

Summer is a great time to spend in the rink weather its Learn to Skate or getting ready for the Mini Mite Season. Our Summer program is offered once a week on Wednesdays at 5:50. All skates are at Enfield Twin Rinks, 1 Prior Rd, Enfield, Ct

LEARN TO SKATE

The Learn to Skate program is designed for players with little to no skating experience. Players will learn basic skating skills (forward & backward skating, edges and turns) using fun, developmental drills with the goal of moving to the Enfield Hockey Association's Mini Mite Development hockey program.


MINI MITES

Mini Mites is for skaters that have had at least 1 session of a Learn to Skate program and are ready for the next step into hockey

Ages

Our summer program is open to skaters from 4 and up.

If you skater is new please sign up for the Learn to Skate Program.

If you have completed at least 1 session of Learn to Skate you can sign up for Mini Mites


Location

All skates will be held at Enfield Twin Rinks at 1 Prior rd, Enfield, Ct

Session 1 Dates

Fridays at 5:50-6:40 on:

July 12th

19th

26th

and

August 2nd

Session 2 Dates

Fridays at 5:50-6:40 on:

August 9th

16th

23rd

and

30th

Cost

1 session: $100 (Due at time of Registration)

Both Sessions: $175( $100 due at time of registration $75 charged on 8/1)

USA HOCKEY NUMBER

Every Skater is required to get a USA Hockey number each season. Please click below to get your 2024-25 Confirmation number. You will need this to complete your registration

Frequently asked questions

WHAT EQUIPMENT IS NEEDED FOR LEARN TO SKATE?

This program requires Hockey skates, hockey helmet and cage, Neck guard and gloves(the do not need to be hockey gloves)

Once the skater is steady on the ice the will need a stick

All of this can be purchased at DK's(Store are the far end of Enfield Twin Rinks) or Dick's Sporting Goods.

WHAT EQUIPMENT IS NEEDED FOR MINI MITES?

Full Hockey Equipment is required, which is listed below:

  • Skates: hockey skates, used are fine, make sure they are sharp. Skates can be sharpened at DKs hockey shop (attached to Enfield Twin Rinks). New skates are not sharp so be sure to have them sharpened after your purchase.
  • Helmet: hockey helmets can be purchased at many different sporting good stores or at DKs hockey shop. It must have face cage or shield and fit firmly to the head.
  • Gloves: hockey gloves can also be purchased at most sporting goods stores, mittens are also fine for little ones until they graduate off the walker, then hockey gloves are necessary once stick skills begin.
  • Knee pads: hockey knee pads (shin guards) can be purchased at most sporting good stores, online or at DKs hockey shop
  • Elbow pads: can be purchased at most sporting good stores, online or at DKs hockey shop
  • Hockey pants: these provide padding for the backside! Can be purchased at most sporting good stores, online or at DKs hockey shop
  • Chest/shoulder pads: can be purchased at most sporting good stores, online or at DKs hockey shop
  • Neck guard: can be purchased at most sporting good stores, online or at DKs hockey shop
  • Hockey socks/jersey: eventually (not immediately), your player will need to have socks and a jersey. These are lighter weight and allow for better ventilation once they really get moving.
  • Where to find equipment:
  • Sporting Goods Stores: Dicks Sporting Goods, Play it Again Sports (used equipment), DKs hockey shop and Pure Hockey


Summer 2024

Registration is OPEN for the 2024 Summer Skate for Learn to Skate and Mini Mites

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