Spring Field Hockey Play and Skills Clinic
Sundays April 15, 22, 29 & May 6
Grades 3-8 skill stations and
play will be grouped according to skill
Times: 5-7pm each Sunday.
Cost: $50 residents/ $60 non-residents
Deadline: April 11. Program #115
Instructional Staff: Darcey Chiappazzi, Poquoson High School, Varsity Head Coach; Ellis Staples, PHS JV Coach– former college player;
Clinic Location: Turf Field– PHS Stadium
Youth Tennis Lessons
Learn the basics of the game of tennis. You’ll learn to
serve, forehand, body position, and footwork. Lessons
run for 6 weeks on Saturday mornings.
Intermediate Level: 9am-10am
Students must bring own racket.
Wear comfortable play clothes and tennis shoes.
Ages 7 and Up
Instructor: Anthony Coccimiglio
Location: Poquoson High School Tennis Courts
Dates: April 14-May 19
Program: # 103 Cost: $74 res. $84 non-res.
Deadline: April 11
When registering please note if beginner or intermediate level. Sundays will be the designated weather make up
day if necessary. Minimum of 6.
Youth Volleyball Serving
Ages 9 and Up (Must be age 9 by April 1, 2018)
Learn the skill of overhand serving during this clinic. This clinic will focus primarily on this skill for players in the sport of volleyball.
4:00-5:30pm Sundays, March 4, 11, and 18 at
Poquoson Elementary Gym.
Cost is $35.00 residents/ $45 non-residents.
Instructor: Tim Hatok, Varsity Volleyball Coach
Deadline to register is March 1.
Previous playing experience preferred. Program #110
American Red Cross Babysitting Course
Learn the basics to care for children and infants, learn to make good decisions and
to problem solve so you can provide the best possible care for those in your charge.
Learn to handle emergencies, and how to respond to illnesses and household
accidents. This course will help sitters with tips to develop their own babysitting
business. Designed for sitters ages 11 and up. Course is 9am-4pm. Must attend full day.
Participants should pack lunch. Class is located at the Municipal Building. Space limited to 10 per session.
Saturday, March 24 Program: #108
Cost: $48 resident/$58 non-resident. Must register 6 days prior to start of class.
Spring Cookie Decorating Class
Learn the techniques to decorate Spring & Easter treats and cookies. This cookie workshop will
allow you to create spring flowers, bunnies, tulips and more.
Learn techniques using buttercream icing. Take home the products you make.
Make your own cookies and decorate them during the class session. In class, participants will
roll out cookies, bake and decorate.
Ages 8 and up.
Location: Municipal Building. Cost per person: $25 for residents, $35.00 non-residents
Sunday, March 25 2-5pm; #107 or Choice of Wednesday, April 4 3pm-6pm #107 A
Instructor: Maryann Boho, Wilton Certified Decorating Specialist.
All supplies included, except all participants need to bring an apron, container with lid for finished products, and a water bottle.
Homemade Easter Eggs and Fillings with The Williamsburg Chocolatier
Ages 8 to Adult
In this class students will learn how to make fillings for Easter Eggs, roll them out
and shape them, and get ready for dipping into chocolate. In addition we will decorate
our eggs using royal icing and flower decorations. We will make smaller eggs
(approximately 1/4 pound each) use vanilla and chocolate buttercream fillings for
this class, and work with candy molds. Participants will need to tie back long hair,
bring an apron or small hand towel, water bottle and a LARGE airtight container to take home their creations. Please note any food allergies with registration. All Easter Eggs made will keep for several months, so these will keep for Easter on April 1! Cost $30.00 per person (residents) $40.00 non-residents
Wednesday, March 21 6pm-9pm at the Municipal Building