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    121711 - Tennis Lessons, Youth - Summer

    121711 - Tennis Lessons, Youth - Summer

    Whether you are a beginner or a more accomplished player, you'll be sure to enjoy our Summer Tennis Lessons with United States Professional Tennis Association Pro, Paul Ratcliffe.

    All lessons are designed with the player's age and ability level in mind. Fitness, stroke development, game play, court movement and match strategy will be addressed.



    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) Tennis Lessons will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Farmington High School Tennis Courts. In case of inclement weather, July 27 & 29 will be used for make-up dates.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Low to Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times.

    3) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    4) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    5) Participants must bring their own racquet to this program. Any other shared materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    6) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Add to Cart121711-01Tennis, Youth Ages 5 - 7Tu, Th07/06/21- 07/22/21 9:00 AM- 10:00 AM4 years 6 months to under 8 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart121711-02Tennis, Youth Ages 8 - 10Tu, Th07/06/21- 07/22/2110:00 AM- 11:00 AM8 years to under 11 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart121711-03Tennis, Youth Ages 11 & UpTu, Th07/06/21- 07/22/2111:00 AM- 12:00 PM11 years to under 18 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    121712 - Tennis Lessons, Youth - Summer

    121712 - Tennis Lessons, Youth - Summer

    Whether you are a beginner or a more accomplished player, you'll be sure to enjoy our Summer Tennis Lessons with United States Professional Tennis Association Pro, Paul Ratcliffe.

    All lessons are designed with the player's age and ability level in mind. Fitness, stroke development, game play, court movement and match strategy will be addressed.



    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) Tennis Lessons will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Farmington High School Tennis Courts. In case of inclement weather, August 24 & 26 will be used for make-up dates.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Low to Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times.

    3) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    4) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    5) Participants must bring their own racquet to this program. Any other shared materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    6) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

          Cart IconActivityDescriptionDaysDatesTimesAges      Fee Icon      Enrollment Count Icon
    Add to Cart121712-01Tennis, Youth Ages 5 - 7Tu, Th08/03/21- 08/19/21 9:00 AM- 10:00 AM4 years 6 months to under 8 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart121712-02Tennis, Youth Ages 8 - 10Tu, Th08/03/21- 08/19/2110:00 AM- 11:00 AM8 years to under 11 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart121712-03Tennis, Youth Ages 11 & UpTu, Th08/03/21- 08/19/2111:00 AM- 12:00 PM11 years to under 18 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    131410 - Running For All Levels

    Are you interested in learning how to train to increase your running fitness? Are you interested in getting back into running for exercise but need guidance and motivation? Come learn dynamic warm-ups and strength exercises that prevent injuries and learn different ways to get fitter and stronger as a runner! This program is designed for all levels and abilities and is coached by an Ironman World Championship qualifier who has coached running for 17 years!

    1) Our Running for All Levels Program will be held on Wednesdays and will meet at the New Britain Avenue/Oakridge Parking Lot. In case of inclement weather, please contact Farmington Recreation at 860.675.2540.

    2) Facemasks are expected to be worn by parents/guardians upon arrival and in public when 6' social distance cannot be maintained. Please arrive with a facemask available upon check-in.

    3) Participants may be required to wear a mask during our classes pending State of Connecticut guidelines.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the lessons.

    5) Please consider others and stay at home if you have any of the symptoms related to COVID-19.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION:
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Add to Cart131410-01Running For All LevelsW05/19/21- 06/23/21 6:00 PM- 7:00 PM15 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    131420 - Biking for All Levels

    Would you like to get more comfortable on a bike or build your cycling endurance? Do you want to increase your biking fitness so you can get faster and bike farther? You will be coached through proper warm-ups for cycling, bike safety checks, what to take on a bike ride, how to change a flat tire, how to draft safely and learn different ways to train. This program is designed for all levels and abilities and is coached by an Ironman World Championship qualifier who has coached biking for 17 years!

    1) Our Biking for All Levels Program will be held on Mondays and will meet at the New Britain Avenue/Oakridge Parking Lot. In case of inclement weather, please contact Farmington Recreation at 860.675.2540.

    2) Facemasks are expected to be worn by parents/guardians upon arrival and in public when 6' social distance cannot be maintained. Please arrive with a facemask available upon check-in.

    3) Participants may be required to wear a mask during our classes, pending State of Connecticut guidelines.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the lessons.

    5) Please consider others and stay at home if you have any of the symptoms related to COVID-19.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION:
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Add to Cart131420-01Biking for All LevelsM05/17/21- 06/28/21 6:00 PM- 7:00 PM15 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    131710 - Tennis, Adult Tennis League

    131710 - Tennis, Adult Tennis League

    Farmington Recreation's Adult Tennis League is managed by Townwide Tennis LLC.

    Townwide Tennis LLC is a local, competetive, fun and friendly adult tennis league open to men and women, 18 years of age and older, of any skill level.

    Townwide Tennis LLC allows you to schedule your own matches and play at your convenience. Your goal is to play everyone in your division once (or twice if it is a small division.)

    After your match, the winner reports the score on the website. The more you play, the more points you earn! Itís that simple!

    After registering here with Farmington Recreation, please be sure to visit www.townwidetennis.com in order to register for scheduling purposes. Questions? Please email info@townwidetennis.com.

          Cart IconActivityDescriptionDaysDatesTimesAges      Fee Icon      Enrollment Count Icon
    Add to Cart131710-01Townwide Tennis League, Ages ???M-Su05/01/21- 09/25/2112:00 AM- 11:59 PM18 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    131711 - Tennis Lessons, Adult - Summer

    131711 - Tennis Lessons, Adult - Summer

    Whether you are a beginner or a more accomplished player, you'll be sure to enjoy our Summer Tennis Lessons with United States Professional Tennis Association Pro, Paul Ratcliffe.

    All lessons are designed with the player's age and ability level in mind. Fitness, stroke development, game play, court movement and match strategy will be addressed.



    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) Tennis Lessons will be held on Sundays at the Farmington High School Tennis Courts. In case of inclement weather, August 22 & 29 will be used for make-up dates.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Low to Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times.

    3) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    4) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    5) Participants must bring their own racquet to this program. Any other shared materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    6) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Add to Cart131711-01Tennis, Adult Beg./Int.Su07/11/21- 08/15/21 4:00 PM- 5:00 PM16 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart131711-02Tennis, Adult Int./Adv.Su07/11/21- 08/15/21 5:00 PM- 6:00 PM18 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    201041 - Martial Arts, Mighty Mites

    201041 - Martial Arts, Mighty Mites

    Farmington Recreation's Mighty Mites program is an introduction to Martial Arts for those ages 4 - 6 years old. Flexibility, coordination, balance, and self-confidence will be developed through participation in this introduction to Martial Arts program. Please wear socks, sneakers, and comfortable clothing. As participants progress through the program, they may be asked to join our Beginner Martial Arts program currently held on Tuesday & Thursday evenings.

    Session 1 Make Up Date: 4/7


    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) This program is scheduled at the Farmington Community & Senior Center, 321 New Britain Avenue, Unionville.

    2) Participants should enter and exit through the main entrance of the building. Parents and participants are asked to wear a facemask while approaching the building and upon check-in. Parents may escort their children to the program space but will not be able to wait indoors during class. Parents are asked to wait outside near or in their vehicles during class.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times while inside the gymnasium/facility.

    3) Parents/guardians will not be able to wait indoors during this program. Spectators are not permitted.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    6) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    7) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    8) Due to the current public health situation, registration is open to residents of towns within the Farmington Valley Health District.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

          Cart IconActivityDescriptionDaysDatesTimesAges      Fee Icon      Enrollment Count Icon
    Read Notice201041-01Martial Arts, Mighty MitesW03/03/21- 03/31/21 5:30 PM- 6:00 PM4 years to under 7 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice201041-02Martial Arts, Mighty MitesW04/21/21- 05/19/21 5:30 PM- 6:00 PM4 years to under 7 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart201041-03Martial Arts, Mighty MitesW05/26/21- 06/23/21 5:30 PM- 6:00 PM4 years to under 7 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    211041 - Martial Arts, Beginner

    211041 - Martial Arts, Beginner

    Flexibility, coordination, strength and self-confidence will be developed through participation in this ancient practice. Students will be introduced to the traditional techniques of karate and jujitsu. The karate gi is recommended.






    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) The January 19 - February 25 session is scheduled at the Farmington Youth Center, 23 School Street, Unionville.

    2) The March 2 - 30 session is scheduled at the Farmington Community & Senior Center, 321 New Britain Avenue, Unionville.

    3) Participants should check-in, enter and exit through the main entrance of the building. Parents and participants are asked to wear a facemask while approaching the building and upon check-in. Parents will not be able to wait indoors during class. Parents are asked to wait outside near or in their vehicles during class.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times while inside the gymnasium/facility.

    3) Parents/guardians will not be able to wait indoors during this program. Spectators are not permitted.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    6) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    7) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    8) Due to the current public health situation, registration is open to residents of towns within the Farmington Valley Health District.

    Session #1 Make-Up Dates: 2/23, 2/25

    Session #2 Make-Up Dates: 4/1, 4/6

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Read Notice211041-01Martial Arts, BeginnerTu, Th01/19/21- 02/18/21 5:30 PM- 6:30 PM5 years 6 months to 10 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice211041-02Martial Arts, BeginnerTu, Th03/02/21- 03/30/21 5:30 PM- 6:30 PM5 years 6 months to 10 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart211041-03Martial Arts, BeginnerTu, Th04/20/21- 05/18/21 5:00 PM- 5:45 PM5 years 6 months to 10 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart211041-04Martial Arts, BeginnerTu, Th04/20/21- 05/18/21 6:00 PM- 6:45 PM5 years 6 months to 10 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart211041-05Martial Arts, BeginnerTu, Th05/20/21- 06/17/21 5:00 PM- 5:45 PM5 years 6 months to 10 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart211041-06Martial Arts, BeginnerTu, Th05/20/21- 06/17/21 6:00 PM- 6:45 PM5 years 6 months to 10 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    221041 - Martial Arts, Intermediate

    221041 - Martial Arts, Intermediate

    Flexibility, coordination, strength and self-confidence will be developed through participation in this ancient practice. Students will be introduced to the traditional techniques of karate and jujitsu. The karate gi is recommended.






    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) The January 19 - February 25 session is scheduled at the Farmington Youth Center, 23 School Street, Unionville.

    2) The March 2 - 30 session is scheduled at the Farmington Community & Senior Center, 321 New Britain Avenue, Unionville.

    3) Participants should check-in, enter and exit through the main entrance of the building. Parents and participants are asked to wear a facemask while approaching the building and upon check-in. Parents will not be able to wait indoors during class. Parents are asked to wait outside near or in their vehicles during class.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times while inside the gymnasium/facility.

    3) Parents/guardians will not be able to wait indoors during this program. Spectators are not permitted.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    6) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    7) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    8) Due to the current public health situation, registration is open to residents of towns within the Farmington Valley Health District.

    Session #1 Make-Up Dates: 2/23, 2/25

    Session #2 Make-Up Dates: 4/1, 4/6

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

          Cart IconActivityDescriptionDaysDatesTimesAges      Fee Icon      Enrollment Count Icon
    Read Notice221041-01Martial Arts, IntermediateTu, Th01/19/21- 02/18/21 6:45 PM- 7:45 PM8 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice221041-02Martial Arts, IntermediateTu, Th03/02/21- 03/30/21 6:45 PM- 7:45 PM8 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart221041-03Martial Arts, IntermediateTu, Th04/20/21- 05/18/21 7:00 PM- 8:00 PM8 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart221041-04Martial Arts, IntermediateTu, Th05/20/21- 06/17/21 7:00 PM- 8:00 PM8 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    221410 - MPower Boys Running

    221410 - MPower Boys Running

    Finishing a 5K is an impressive achievement at any age. Imagine the sense of accomplishment and pride your son will feel when he crosses the finish line of his first 5K! MPower Boys Running will prepare him to do just that. Modeled after popular Couch-to-5K plans, MPowerís training program is designed for all levels of runners: from very beginners to experienced racers. We will concentrate on proper form and pacing while we build endurance over the weeks through a combination of running drills, games and core strength exercises. For more information, please visit: www.MpowerYouthSports.com.

    The program fee includes a t-shirt.

    In the case of inclement weather, the program may be held inside in the school gym, pending facility availability.

    This program typically prepares participants for a local "goal race," which will be determined pending State of Connecticut COVID-19 restrictions. Race registration is not included in the program fee.

    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) This program is scheduled at the Irving Robbins Middle School athletic fields.

    2) Participants are asked to wear a facemask while checking in and may be required to wear masks during the program, pending guidelines set forth by the State of Connecticut and/or the Farmington Valley Health District. Per the REOPEN CT Sector Rules, all spectators are required wear facemasks or cloth face coverings that completely cover the nose and mouth while attending youth sporting events.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Low to Moderate Risk Program that involves possible close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants may be required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times.

    3) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    4) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Add to Cart221410-01MPower Boys Ages 6 - 14Tu04/20/21- 06/01/21 6:00 PM- 7:00 PM6 years to under 15 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    221413 - MPower Track & Field

    221413 - MPower Track & Field

    This relevant and exciting program is designed for both new and seasoned athletes and serves as a fun and informative introduction to a number of Track & Field events. Program content focuses on form, strength, pace and technique. Instruction on several running, throwing and jumping events will be conducted. Come benefit from this unique program by having fun and learning about the sport of Track & Field!

    The program will conclude with a Track & Field meet at the Farmington High School Track (Day and Time TBD)


    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) This program is scheduled at the Farmington High School Track.

    2) Participants are asked to wear a facemask while checking in and may be required to wear masks during the program, pending guidelines set forth by the State of Connecticut and/or the Farmington Valley Health District. Per the REOPEN CT Sector Rules, all spectators are required wear facemasks or cloth face coverings that completely cover the nose and mouth while attending youth sporting events.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Low to Moderate Risk Program that involves possible close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants may be required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times.

    3) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    4) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Add to Cart221413-01MPower Track & FieldSu04/25/21- 05/30/2111:00 AM- 12:00 PM10 years to under 15 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    221420 - Girls In Stride

    221420 - Girls In Stride

    Imagine the thrill your daughter will feel as she crosses the finish line in her first race! This non-competitive training program is designed for all levels of runners. Help your daughter gain confidence, build self-esteem, and lead her to a path of health and fitness. Focus will be on using games and drills that make running fun, while also improving athletic performance for those who play other sports. As part of the program, the girls will be exposed to goal setting, journaling of training, nutrition, and mental preparation. The program fee includes a t-shirt and training journal. In the case of inclement weather, the program may be held inside in the school gym, pending facility availability.

    This program typically prepares participants for a local "goal race," which will be determined pending State of Connecticut COVID-19 restrictions. Race registration is not included in the program fee.

    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) This program is scheduled at the Irving Robbins Middle School athletic fields.

    2) Participants are asked to wear a facemask while checking in and may be required to wear masks during the program, pending guidelines set forth by the State of Connecticut and/or the Farmington Valley Health District. Per the REOPEN CT Sector Rules, all spectators are required wear facemasks or cloth face coverings that completely cover the nose and mouth while attending youth sporting events.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Low to Moderate Risk Program that involves possible close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants may be required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times.

    3) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    4) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Read Notice221420-01Girls In Stride - Spring 2021Tu04/20/21- 06/01/21 4:30 PM- 5:30 PM6 years to under 15 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    221712 - Tennis Lessons, Youth & Adult - Spring

    Whether you are a beginner or a more accomplished player, you'll be sure to enjoy our Winter Tennis Lessons with United States Professional Tennis Association Pro, Paul Ratcliffe.

    All lessons are designed with the player's age and ability level in mind. Fitness, stroke development, game play, court movement and match strategy will be addressed.

    Make-Up Dates: 6/6 and 6/13

    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) This program is scheduled at the outdoor courts at Farmington High School, 10 Monteith Drive, Farmington.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Low to Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times.

    3) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    4) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    5) Participants must bring their own racquet to this program. Any other shared materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    6) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Add to Cart221712-01Tennis Lessons, Ages 4 & 5Su04/18/21- 05/23/2112:30 PM- 1:00 PM4 years to under 6 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice221712-02Tennis Lessons, Ages 5 - 7Su04/18/21- 05/23/21 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM5 years to under 8 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice221712-03Tennis Lessons, Ages 8 - 10Su04/18/21- 05/23/21 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM8 years to under 12 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice221712-04Tennis Lessons, Ages 11 - 15Su04/18/21- 05/23/21 3:00 PM- 4:00 PM11 years to under 16 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart221712-05Tennis Lessons, Adult Beg.Su04/18/21- 05/23/21 4:00 PM- 5:00 PM16 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Add to Cart221712-06Tennis Lessons, Adult Int./Adv.Su04/18/21- 05/23/21 5:00 PM- 6:00 PM16 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    231041 - Martial Arts, Advanced

    231041 - Martial Arts, Advanced

    Flexibility, coordination, strength and self-confidence will be developed through participation in this ancient practice. Advanced students will be introduced to weaponry and kickboxing. The karate gi and sparring equipment are required for advanced students.






    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) The January 19 - February 25 session is scheduled at the Farmington Youth Center, 23 School Street, Unionville.

    2) The March 2 - 30 session is scheduled at the Farmington Community & Senior Center, 321 New Britain Avenue, Unionville.

    3) Participants should check-in, enter and exit through the main entrance of the building. Parents and participants are asked to wear a facemask while approaching the building and upon check-in. Parents will not be able to wait indoors during class. Parents are asked to wait outside near or in their vehicles during class.

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times while inside the gymnasium/facility.

    3) Parents/guardians will not be able to wait indoors during this program. Spectators are not permitted.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    6) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    7) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    8) Due to the current public health situation, registration is open to residents of towns within the Farmington Valley Health District.

    Session #1 Make-Up Dates: 2/23, 2/25

    Session #2 Make-Up Dates: 4/1, 4/6

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Read Notice231041-01Martial Arts, AdvancedTu, Th01/19/21- 02/18/21 8:00 PM- 9:00 PM13 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice231041-02Martial Arts, AdvancedTu, Th03/02/21- 03/30/21 8:00 PM- 9:00 PM13 years and UpFee DetailsEnrollment Details

    231080 - Olympic Fencing

    231080 - Olympic Fencing

    In this course, participants will learn the basics of the Olympic Sport of Fencing taught by Fencing Master, Marc Ganych.

    Marc, who has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Exercise, studied Olympic Foil Fencing from 1979 to 1987. Marc is the 1984 Gold Medalist of the "First Junior Games" as well as the 1985 Bronze Medalist of the National Tournament "Blades of Ala-Tau". Marc is also the 1985 "Outstanding Fencing Technique" award winner as well as a published author of e-book "Powerful Fencing Footwork".

    ENTRY/EXIT PROTOCOL
    1) This program is scheduled at the Farmington Community & Senior Center, 321 New Britain Avenue, Unionville.

    2) Participants should check-in, enter and exit through the main entrance of the building. Parents and participants are asked to wear a facemask while approaching the building and upon check-in. Participants will be directed to Room C upon check-in. Parents will not be able to wait indoors during class. Parents are asked to wait outside near or in their vehicles during class

    PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOL (Subject to Change)
    This program is considered a Moderate Risk Program that involves close, sustained contact, but with protective equipment in place that may reduce the likelihood of respiratory particle transmission between participants OR intermittent close contact OR group sports OR sports that use equipment that canít be cleaned between participants. Please take note of the public health protocols list below prior to registration.

    1) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants shall conduct daily symptom assessments (self-evaluation) and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19.

    2) Event organizers, staff, coaches and participants are required to wear a cloth face covering/mask at all times while inside the gymnasium/facility.

    3) Parents/guardians will not be able to wait indoors during this program. Spectators are not permitted.

    4) It is expected that all participants bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize at the start, during breaks and at the conclusion of the program.

    5) Water fountains are not available for use. Participants shall bring plenty of water.

    6) Unless directed by the instructor, participants may/shall not bring their own materials/supplies to this program. All materials/supplies shall be sanitized by the instructor(s) at the start and at the conclusion of the program.

    7) If an event organizer, staff member, coach or participant who has been present in the program is diagnosed with COVID-19 or listed as a direct contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 the Town of Farmingtonís Recreation Supervisor must be notified about the exposure.

    8) Due to the current public health situation, registration is open to residents of towns within the Farmington Valley Health District.

    CONCUSSION INFORMATION
    Per Connecticut General Statutes, programs that service children ages 7 - 19 who engage in an athletic activity such as an organized game or competition against another team or in preparation for a game or competition or who attend an athletic camp or clinic in which the purpose is to train, instruct, or prepare the participant to engage in an organized athletic game or competition to provide a written or electronic statement on the signs and symptoms of concussions to each athlete and parent/guardian upon registration. Information can be found by visiting www.cdc.gov/headsup/.

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    Read Notice231080-01Olympic FencingM, W01/04/21- 01/20/21 5:00 PM- 6:00 PM7 years to under 18 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
    Read Notice231080-02Olympic FencingM, W02/01/21- 02/22/21 5:00 PM- 6:00 PM7 years to under 18 yearsFee DetailsEnrollment Details
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