If the best things are life in free, here are a couple of sports “things” to look into if your games happen to be hockey or volleyball. Read on.
Try Hockey for Free
Try Hockey for Free is for any kid who wants to learn how to play hockey.
The Central Kentucky Hockey Association will provide all equipment, including skates and sticks. Participants just need to register by email with Chris Lipsett at:
(Information should include parent name, email and phone, and child name and date of birth.)
Lipsett, whose professional playing days included time with the Kentucky Thoroughblades, is among the certified coaches who will provide on-ice instruction.
The program, at the Lexington Ice Center (560 Eureka Springs), is set for Saturday, May 26, 1-2 p.m.
Also on tap that day is a clinics for experienced players, lasting from 11:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m., and resuming at 2:15 through 3:45 p.m. Cost for the clinic is $75.
Win a free volleyball clinic
As the Summer Olympic Games in London approach, Mizuno is offering a clinic, to be conducted by a member of the U.S. Volleyball team, to the player who best showcases his or her “personal journey” through a video diary, photograph or essay.
Mizuno is asking players to elaborate on how competitive volleyball has affected their lives and made them better, strong individuals.
Full details are available at: www.mizunonews.com