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Saturday December 7, 2019
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Red Cross Babysitter's Training Course - Red Cross Babysitter's Training Course
Instructor:  Red Cross StaffFor Students ages 11 - 15 years Learn the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. Develop leadership skills; learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe, help children behave, and learn about basic child care and first aid. Parents will need to sign child in and out at the start and end of the program. Participants should bring lunch and a snack to the program. In the event that this program finishes a little early, participants can use the phone in the Parks and Recreation Department to call a parent.
 
Sunday December 8, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    Bullseye Bootcamp - Bullseye Bookcamp 1-day Walk-In
Instructor:  Kelly ThompsonKelly looks forward to meeting and motivating you and making this a fun and rewarding experience! Target based specific focus workout of strength for either upper or lower body muscles along with cardio. Every class will focus on different muscle groups. Modifications and substitutions for all fitness levels. Classes may include Tabata style or focus on a given number of repetitions. Overall, class focuses on mostly body weight strength and endurance. Recommended:  comfortable workout attire, sneakers, water bottle and small towel.Optional:  mat, workout gloves and light weights.
 
Monday December 9, 2019
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Toning and Shaping for Senior Citizen Residents - Mondays
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
Tuesday December 10, 2019
4:10 PM - 5:10 PM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Gymnastics and Hip Hop - Ages 3 - 5 Tuesday Afternoons
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
5:10 PM - 6:10 PM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Gymnastics/Hip Hop - Ages 6 - 10 - Tuesday Afternoons
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
Wednesday December 11, 2019
2:50 PM - 5:00 PM    Ceramics Programs - Har Bur Holiday Ceramics
For:  Lake Garda Students in Grades 2 - 4 and Har-Bur Students in Grades 5 - 8Students who participate will in these programs will stay after school to complete a take home ceramic project.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Kickbox Combo - Women's Kickbox Combo - Wednesdays
This class offers women a variety of instruction in overall toning, strengthening and cardio moves commonly used in a wide range of classes such as kickboxing, boot camp, step aerobics and more.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Kickbox Combo - Women's Kickbox Combo -Senior Citizen Burlington Residents
This class offers women a variety of instruction in overall toning, strengthening and cardio moves commonly used in a wide range of classes such as kickboxing, boot camp, step aerobics and more.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Kickbox Combo - Women's Kickbox Combo - Wednesdays - One Day Walk-In
This class offers women a variety of instruction in overall toning, strengthening and cardio moves commonly used in a wide range of classes such as kickboxing, boot camp, step aerobics and more.
 
Thursday December 12, 2019
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
Friday December 13, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Parent/Tot Tumbletime Class - 18 months - 3 years - Friday Mornings
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Combo Class (Ballet, Tap, Gymnastics , Hip Hop) Friday Mornings For Ages 3 - 4 Years
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
Sunday December 15, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    Bullseye Bootcamp - Bullseye Bookcamp 1-day Walk-In
Instructor:  Kelly ThompsonKelly looks forward to meeting and motivating you and making this a fun and rewarding experience! Target based specific focus workout of strength for either upper or lower body muscles along with cardio. Every class will focus on different muscle groups. Modifications and substitutions for all fitness levels. Classes may include Tabata style or focus on a given number of repetitions. Overall, class focuses on mostly body weight strength and endurance. Recommended:  comfortable workout attire, sneakers, water bottle and small towel.Optional:  mat, workout gloves and light weights.
 
Monday December 16, 2019
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Toning and Shaping for Senior Citizen Residents - Mondays
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
Tuesday December 17, 2019
4:10 PM - 5:10 PM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Gymnastics and Hip Hop - Ages 3 - 5 Tuesday Afternoons
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
5:10 PM - 6:10 PM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Gymnastics/Hip Hop - Ages 6 - 10 - Tuesday Afternoons
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
Wednesday December 18, 2019
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM    Painting With The Brush and Pallet - Painting with The Brush and Pallet for Grades 2 - 4
Instructor:  Carolyn Mitchell Students who participate in the program will remain after school, reporting to the art room where they will complete a 12" x 12" painted canvas.  Students must brang a note from their parents to homeroom teachers granting permission to remain after school. Please have your child bring a snack to the progam. Students must picked up promptly at 5 pm in the lobby.  If someone other than a parent is picking up a participant, a note specifying these circumstances must be presented to the program instructor.
 
Thursday December 19, 2019
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM    Painting With The Brush and Pallet - Painting with The Brush and Pallet for Grades K - 1
Instructor:  Carolyn Mitchell Students who participate in the program will remain after school, reporting to the art room where they will complete a 12" x 12" painted canvas.  Students must brang a note from their parents to homeroom teachers granting permission to remain after school. Please have your child bring a snack to the progam. Students must picked up promptly at 5 pm in the lobby.  If someone other than a parent is picking up a participant, a note specifying these circumstances must be presented to the program instructor.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - One Session per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions Per Week
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Toning and Shaping & Total Body Fitness - Total Body Fitness - Two Sessions per week for Senior Residents
Instructor - Susan Coffey Toning and Shaping All age's non-aerobic workout is set to a wide assortment of music Complete body workout utilizes both major and smaller muscle groups to develop tone, definition, flexibility and strength Class segments include combination of stretching, body sculpting, yoga, Pilates and weight training Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Total Body Fitness Includes warm-up, toning, stretching, weight training and cardiovascular routines Continuous movement combined with wide variety of music is fun for all Cardio segments incorporate moves especially designed for all ages and fitness and intensity levels Have fun, burn calories and reduce stress while you tone and tighten Exercise mat or towel and hand weights are recommended. Classes will be held in either the Town Hall Auditorium or Senior Center depending on schedule.
 
Friday December 20, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Parent/Tot Tumbletime Class - 18 months - 3 years - Friday Mornings
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Combo Class (Ballet, Tap, Gymnastics , Hip Hop) Friday Mornings For Ages 3 - 4 Years
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
Sunday December 22, 2019
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    Bullseye Bootcamp - Bullseye Bookcamp 1-day Walk-In
Instructor:  Kelly ThompsonKelly looks forward to meeting and motivating you and making this a fun and rewarding experience! Target based specific focus workout of strength for either upper or lower body muscles along with cardio. Every class will focus on different muscle groups. Modifications and substitutions for all fitness levels. Classes may include Tabata style or focus on a given number of repetitions. Overall, class focuses on mostly body weight strength and endurance. Recommended:  comfortable workout attire, sneakers, water bottle and small towel.Optional:  mat, workout gloves and light weights.
 
Sunday January 5, 2020
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    Bullseye Bootcamp - Bullseye Bookcamp 1-day Walk-In - Winter Session
Instructor:  Kelly ThompsonKelly looks forward to meeting and motivating you and making this a fun and rewarding experience! Target based specific focus workout of strength for either upper or lower body muscles along with cardio. Every class will focus on different muscle groups. Modifications and substitutions for all fitness levels. Classes may include Tabata style or focus on a given number of repetitions. Overall, class focuses on mostly body weight strength and endurance. Recommended:  comfortable workout attire, sneakers, water bottle and small towel.Optional:  mat, workout gloves and light weights.
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    Bullseye Bootcamp - Bullseye Bookcamp - Winter Session
Instructor:  Kelly ThompsonKelly looks forward to meeting and motivating you and making this a fun and rewarding experience! Target based specific focus workout of strength for either upper or lower body muscles along with cardio. Every class will focus on different muscle groups. Modifications and substitutions for all fitness levels. Classes may include Tabata style or focus on a given number of repetitions. Overall, class focuses on mostly body weight strength and endurance. Recommended:  comfortable workout attire, sneakers, water bottle and small towel.Optional:  mat, workout gloves and light weights.
 
Tuesday January 7, 2020
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #10 Lifts only (no bus)
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #11 Parent/Teacher Chaperones for Ski Club
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons, Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #4 Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #5 Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #6 Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #7 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #9 Bus (only for season pass holders)
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:40 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #1 Lifts and Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
3:00 PM - 7:50 PM    Ski-Snow Board Program for Burlington Students 2020 - #8 Season Passholder Lessons, Bus
For Burlington Students in Grades 5 - 12 ***Harwinton Residents need to register with Harwinton Recreation Department  *Skiing and snowboarding at discounted rates!*Lift passes, group lessons and rental equipment are available.*Lesson package includes 5 weekly one hour group lesson for any level skier or snowboarder.*New skiers and boarders are required to take lessons.*Students not taking lessons much possess a solid knowledge of the sport in order to participate.*Round trip bus transportation from school and back to school at end of program.DATES:  Tuesdays, January  7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4 (make-up dates will be added for cancellations)LOCATION:  Bus departs from L. S. Mills and Har-Bur at 3:00 pm for Ski Sundown in New Hartford.  Mills students must remain in a supervised setting (study hall, library, meeting, etc.) until the bus boards at LSM at 2:50 pmBus returns to Lewis Mills at approximately 7:40 pmLimited Registration:  Please register early to assure a space on the bus.  Registration is contingent on bus space.PACKAGE SELECTIONS:#1 Lifts and Bus  #2 Lifts, Ski Lessons and Bus  #3 Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Bus  #4  Lifts, Ski Rentals, Bus #5  Lifts, Snowboard Rentals, Bus  #6  Lifts, Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Bus  #7  Lifts, Snowboard Lessons, Board Rentals, Bus  #8  Season Pass Holder Lessons, Bus #9  Bus (only for season pass holders)  #10  Parent/Teacher Chaperones - No FeeSki Sundown groups skier/boarders into four categories according to skill level.  These skill levels are vital in helping the Snow Sports School make proper class assignments.  In order for your child to get the most out of his/her lesson, it is extremely important that you make an honest and accurate assessment of your child's abilities.  The following descriptions are provided to help in this assessment.SKI SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time on skis - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding chair lift and can ski independently, making wedge turns on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover linking turns, changing the size, shape and rhythm of turns, pole use, skating and introduction to parallel turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain making a small wedge or beginning parallel turns. Ready to build more confidence by skiing many different turn shapes and sizes on more challenging terrain and in different conditions.4.  Advanced - Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.SNOWBOARD SKILL LEVELS/LESSON CONTENT1.  First time - New to the sport.  Ready to learn the basics on equipment, turning, stopping and chair lift procedures.2.  Novice - Riding the chairlift and can snowboard independently, controlling direction and speed on beginner terrain.  Ready to discover speed control through heel and toe edge movements and into to linking turns.  3.  Intermediate - Exploring intermediate terrain using linked turns to control direction.  Ready to learn speed control through turn shape and intro to carving and ground tricks4.  Advanced - Making carved turns on advanced terrain.  Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls and intro to aerials.  CHAPERONES NEEDED! Chaperones receive free skiing privileges.  All chaperones are required to fill out paperwork.  This program cannot run without chaperones.REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  November 5th.   Late fee of $25 must be paid if received after the 11/5/19 deadline.Please do not call school offices with questions regarding Ski Club.  Call Parks and Recreation Department at 860-673-6789 ext. 7.
 
4:10 PM - 5:10 PM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Gymnastics and Hip Hop - Ages 3 - 5 Tuesday Afternoons
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766
 
5:10 PM - 6:10 PM    Gymnastics and Dance Classes - Gymnastics/Hip Hop - Ages 6 - 10 - Tuesday Afternoons
Miss Aly Fabiaschi and Miss Sherry Grech, Dance Instructors Classes will run consecutively from September 2019 - June 2020  If there is no school or an early dismissal due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Tuesdays.  Call Miss Aly if in question. You’ll also be notified via email by Burlington Parks and Recreation Department. If there is no school or a delay due to bad weather or a holiday, there will be no dance classes on Fridays.  Call Miss Sherry if in question. Parents will also be notified via email from the Parks and Recreation Department Parent/person picking up dancers must come inside and sign out their child out of each class. Children cannot wait outside for pickups. Please be prompt for class arrival and departure. If you have an emergency and are not able to pick up on time please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly.  If student will not be attending class please call Miss Sherry or Miss Aly. Sorry, no observers while classes are in session.  It is a distraction for students and instructor. You are more than welcome to wait in the hallway. DRESS REHEARSAL and PERFORMANCE will be held in June (tentative date) at Lewis S. Mills High School Auditorium. All students enrolled will be performing. Costumes are required for students to perform for each class.  The total cost will be approximately $65.00-$75.00 per costume.  A non-refundable costume deposit of $60.00 is due by November 30th. Balance due by January 30, 2020. Please make checks payable to Miss Sherry’s Dance and Fitness Links, P.O. Box 722, Torrington, Ct 06790 with student’s name and day and time of class on checks. ATTIRE- Students must wear dance attire and appropriate shoes for class.  Please wear a biketard or leotard (no attached skirt), stretchy shorts or leggings and bare feet.  Please, no ballet skirts or street clothes. Black tap shoes and pink ballet slippers required for combo class by week 5.  Hair should be pulled back securely in bun, pony or a braid away from face. After 2 warnings if discipline problems persist, student is removed from class with no refund. Questions please call Miss Sherry- 860-307-5166. Miss Aly 860 307-8766