Monday, July 09, 2007

K-Wings captain Bootland to conduct clinic

Wings Stadium, which is also home to “The Annex” and “The Cube," announces Kalamazoo Wings forward and team captain Nick Bootland will conduct an Adult Development & Learn to Play Hockey Clinic for both men and women in August.

Adults 18 years and older can hit the ice and learn the coolest game on Earth from the K-Wings’ captain. Bootland will teach participants how to play, shoot, skate and pass from 7-8 p.m. every Tuesday in August (7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th).

All skill levels are welcome; however, participants must bring their own equipment. The fee to partake in the clinic is $175 per person. Registration has already begun and will conclude on Friday, August 3.

For more information on registration, please contact Jeff Weber, Ice Events Coordinator, at (269) 345-2277 or by e-mail.

Stadium Management Company owns both the Wings Stadium Complex and the Kalamazoo Wings hockey team. The Wings Stadium Complex is comprised of three buildings; Wings Stadium seats more than 5,100 fans for K-Wings home games and more than 8,000 people for concerts and other stage events. The Annex seats 1,367 for ice events and can seat up to 2,850 for non-ice events such as car, boat, and trade shows. The Cube is the newer of the three facilities, that plays host to both ice and non-ice events. All three buildings are available for rental and feature numerous catering and meeting opportunities.


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