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Charlestown Sled Hockey Demonstration
Do you have a disability or injury that prevents you from typical skating?
Free Sled Hockey Demonstration
Sled hockey is an ice sport that allows individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate in the popular winter sport. Instead of standing up to skate, participants sit on an adaptive device known as a sled. To propel themselves, players use two shortened hockey sticks with a blade on one end and metal picks for propulsion on the other end. From beginners, to the most aggressive competitors, Spaulding welcomes all participants to try the sport at our upcoming clinic!
All equipment provided. If you have a hockey helmet, please bring along to ensure appropriate fit.
Please RSVP at 617.573.2615
For addition information or questions contact
Allison Stoll, 617.573.2615 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In conjunction with USA Hockey, Mass Hockey, MA Dept. of Conservation and Recreation, & UNH North East Passage
More About Emmons Horrigan O'Neill Memorial Rink
The Emmons Horrigan O'Neill rink is managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. The rink is open for public skating from October to March.