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Wednesday June 19, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 1
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 1, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Woodstock Field Hockey Camp - Field Hockey Camp
Under the direction of the WUHSMS Coaching StaffFEATURING LORETTA BLAKENEY(WUHS graduate and present Castleton University Player)  Bring a mouth guard, stick, shin guards, goggles and water bottle
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
Thursday June 20, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 1
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 1, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Woodstock Field Hockey Camp - Field Hockey Camp
Under the direction of the WUHSMS Coaching StaffFEATURING LORETTA BLAKENEY(WUHS graduate and present Castleton University Player)  Bring a mouth guard, stick, shin guards, goggles and water bottle
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Drop in
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Session
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
Friday June 21, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 1
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 1, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
Monday June 24, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 2
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 2, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Vinyasa Yoga for All Levels - Vinyasa Yoga all level, Drop In
Vinyasa yoga is one of the most commonly practiced styles in the West. Sometimes referred to as "flow" yoga, this style focuses on connecting breath with movement and strength. A continuous dynamic flow of postures brings an energized and balanced effect that opens the body's subtle energy channels creating a sense of peace and harmony.  *Vinyasa*Vi (in a special way) Nyasa (to place) Vinyasa translates: to place in a special wayIt is an intelligent and gradually organized course of Yoga, while connecting breath and pose. One of the goals is to create body, breath and mind.Monday evenings, 5:30-6:30 pmThere will be no class on Monday, May 27th AND June 3rd
 
Tuesday June 25, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 2
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 2, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
Wednesday June 26, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 2
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 2, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
Thursday June 27, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 2
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 2, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Drop in
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Session
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
Friday June 28, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 2
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 2, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
Monday July 1, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 3
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 3, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 3)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Vinyasa Yoga for All Levels - Vinyasa Yoga all level, Drop In
Vinyasa yoga is one of the most commonly practiced styles in the West. Sometimes referred to as "flow" yoga, this style focuses on connecting breath with movement and strength. A continuous dynamic flow of postures brings an energized and balanced effect that opens the body's subtle energy channels creating a sense of peace and harmony.  *Vinyasa*Vi (in a special way) Nyasa (to place) Vinyasa translates: to place in a special wayIt is an intelligent and gradually organized course of Yoga, while connecting breath and pose. One of the goals is to create body, breath and mind.Monday evenings, 5:30-6:30 pmThere will be no class on Monday, May 27th AND June 3rd
 
Tuesday July 2, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 3
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 3, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 3)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Wednesday July 3, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 3
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 3, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 3)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Thursday July 4, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
Friday July 5, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 3
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 3, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 3)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Monday July 8, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 4
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 4, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 4)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Vinyasa Yoga for All Levels - Vinyasa Yoga all level, Drop In
Vinyasa yoga is one of the most commonly practiced styles in the West. Sometimes referred to as "flow" yoga, this style focuses on connecting breath with movement and strength. A continuous dynamic flow of postures brings an energized and balanced effect that opens the body's subtle energy channels creating a sense of peace and harmony.  *Vinyasa*Vi (in a special way) Nyasa (to place) Vinyasa translates: to place in a special wayIt is an intelligent and gradually organized course of Yoga, while connecting breath and pose. One of the goals is to create body, breath and mind.Monday evenings, 5:30-6:30 pmThere will be no class on Monday, May 27th AND June 3rd
 
Tuesday July 9, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 4
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 4, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 4)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Wednesday July 10, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 4
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 4, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 4)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Thursday July 11, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 4
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 4, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 4)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Drop in
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Session
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
Friday July 12, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 4
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 4, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 4)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Monday July 15, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 5
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 5, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 5)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Vinyasa Yoga for All Levels - Vinyasa Yoga all level, Drop In
Vinyasa yoga is one of the most commonly practiced styles in the West. Sometimes referred to as "flow" yoga, this style focuses on connecting breath with movement and strength. A continuous dynamic flow of postures brings an energized and balanced effect that opens the body's subtle energy channels creating a sense of peace and harmony.  *Vinyasa*Vi (in a special way) Nyasa (to place) Vinyasa translates: to place in a special wayIt is an intelligent and gradually organized course of Yoga, while connecting breath and pose. One of the goals is to create body, breath and mind.Monday evenings, 5:30-6:30 pmThere will be no class on Monday, May 27th AND June 3rd
 
Tuesday July 16, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 5
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 5, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 5)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Wednesday July 17, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 5
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 5, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 5)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
Thursday July 18, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - 7 week session (14 classes)
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM    SwimFit - SwimFit Drop In
This program is for adults ages 18 and over, and is open to intermediate to advanced swimmers, including triathletes who know the front crawl (freestyle) and possibly one other competitive swim stroke (butterfly, backstroke and/or breaststroke).Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30am  (No class on Thursday, July 4th)A minimum of 6 pre-registered participants is required. Registration deadline is Friday, June 15thSessions prices are non-refundable.Instructor: Nicola ShipmanFor questions regarding this program: swimwithnicola@gmail.com
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 5
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 5, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 5)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Drop in
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Water Aerobics, with Bari - Water Aerobics Session
Water Aerobics is a great way to exercise in a no to low impact way. The class takes place in the rec's heated pool. We use water resistant gloves, water weights and noodles for added strength, cardio, coordination,balance, and increases flexibility. This is a fun workout to fun music!There will be no class on Thursday July 4th
 
Friday July 19, 2019
6:30 AM - 7:45 AM    Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and up - Lap Swimming M~W~F
We offer Adult Lap Swimming, ages 18 and older on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 6:30-7:45 am.A minimum of 2 swimmers is required since there is no lifeguard on duty. Lap swimmers need to be aware of 2 particular safety concerns:1) Please do not dive. Not even from the blocks or from deck on the deep end2) Please exit the pool and move immediately indoors if you hear thunder. If a staff member asks you to clear the pool, please do so.Cost:Daily pool drop in fee: $5 resident/$7 non-residentSummer pool pass:Individual- $95 resident/$105Family- $150 resident/$165 non-resident
 
8:00 AM - 8:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Drop In
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM    High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) - High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Punch Card
This is a 60 minute, fat-blasting interval training class that will challenge your heart and soul. No steady state cardio in this class! We will alternate our bodies between intense bursts of activity, pushing ourselves into our anaerobic zone, and follow that up with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense bursts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism, and improved fat burning. Not only do you burn more fat and calories during a HIIT workout, but you also burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after steady state cardio. No fancy choreography here...we will be getting back to the basics: high knees, burpees, jumping lunges, push-ups, and some serious ab work. This format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. All that I want for you to do is show up, move your body, get a little sweaty (or a lot), work out your stress and shine up your soul. Instructor: Jody Eaton.Classes:Monday Morning 8:15-9:15 amFriday morning 8:15-9:115 am  
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp, Week 5
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - Camp Week 5, Daily Rate
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.
 
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM    Private Swim Lessons - Private Swim Lessons
YOU MUST SIGN UP AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE FOR ALL LESSONS!!Weekend days do not count. If you register on Friday, your lesson will be TuesdayFour Reasons why swimming lessons are important1. Swim Lessons reduce the risk of drowning2. Swimming builds whole body strength3. Kids who swim get the benefits of participating in an individual AND team sport.4. Swimming is something they can do at any age!For the option of small group lessons (2-4 participants) between the hours of 8:00 am 10:00 am please contact the Rec Center 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (10 & under)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team (11 & up)
VSA swim page https://www.vermontswim.org/current-seasonThe Woodstock Swim Team is known throughout the state for its excellence and over all quality, placing well in its division at the annual State Championship Meet. Superior coaching is available to all members of the team, regardless of ability; however, this is not a learn to swim program. Members must be able to swim the length of the pool and complete basic swim competencies to be eligible for swim team. Age cut off is eighteen years. WST is a member of the Southern Vermont Swim League and the Vermont Swim Association.Coach: Tammy MeyersPlease contact the coach if you have questions or concerns about eligibility or swim team.wstcoaches@gmail.com                          SWIM TEAM FEES $75 Resident; $85 Non-Resident, plus a pool pass.POOL PASS IS REQUIRED FOR SWIM TEAMPAPERWORK and FORMSPlease be sure to fill out your registration forms available at the WRC. WST Meet attendance sheets and volunteer sign up forms are linked to this page.Swim Team Registration Night: Tuesday June 4th, 5:30-7 pmTry on suits and get registered. Those who order team apparel on June 4th should receive their order in time for the start of the season.Most regular season meets, but not all, are held on Tuesdays (Rain Dates: Thursdays)Home Meets: Wednesday June 26th and Tuesday July 23rd. Warm ups start at 4pm. *Meet Commitments-Please sign your swimmer(s) up for swim meets & let us know if they will be attending or not. We need to know either way. Sign up here*Parent Volunteers at Meets-Required for all parents/Guardians with a child(ren) swimming in a meet. Please sign up hereDAILY PRACTICES Offered Mondays-Friday** Age 10 and under: 12:00-1:00 pm* Age 11 and up: 1pm-2pm* We offer a practice for those with conflicts Mon.-Thurs. 6-7pm* No practices scheduled for AWAY MEET days or Thursday, July 4thSUIT ORDERS Orders for team suits will be taken at Registration night (Tuesday June 4th). Sample suits will be available to try on. If your suit order is not placed by registration night, your child is NOT guaranteed a suit for the season. Order via our online system (Swim Team Apparel). Deadline is: TBDCHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS Southern Vermont Swim League: July 27th at RutlandVSA State Championships:  August 3rd & 4thVisit the WST Swim Team page on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1589950617972419/  LogoWear For Sale! SVSL District Championships July 27th MeetDeadline: July 7th, 2019. If your swimmer is participating in the DIstrict Championships in Rutland on July 27th, they will want one of these! Short sleeve wicking tees plus hoodie sweatshirt are available to order online now, and be picked up at the meet. Online order deadline is July 7th, so order early! A small quantity of t-shirts (no sweatshirts) will be available at the meet but prices will go up. Order here: https://southernvermontswim.itemorder.com/
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Day Camp (Vail Field) - After Soak Camp (week 5)
 CAMP DIRECTOR: Kenedi HallKenedi is currently a substitute teacher for Hartland Elementary school and Hartford High school. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a B.S. in Applied Psychology and Human Services. Kenedi has an extensive background in group leadership with children and Adults, such as working after school programs, and as Guidance Coordinator for St. Johnsbury Middle school, Cross Country Head Coach for Windsor Middle school and High school, Activities Coordinator for Riverside Life Enrichment Center, and Wheelock Terrace. He has spent his time coaching Special Olympics, as the Student Athletic Committee Vice President, Social Justice Chair, Lyndon State College Basketball Manager and a High School Track and Field Assistant Coach. We strive to provide an array of activities and programs that your child will enjoy and learn from.Our camp staff will take part in the Vermont Parks & Recreation state wide summer staff training program in May. They will be energized with ideas and armed with valuable knowledge. We will be including swimming lessons 3 days a week at no extra charge, for every child that would like to take them.AFTER SOAK CAMPThis program is for children attending the WSCU summer Soak program who would like care until 5pm. The soak program will provide a bus to Vail Field Day Camp at 3:15pm. Parents will need to pick their child up promptly at 5pm at Vail Field. There will be activities, sports, games, playground time and more.Payment policy for day camp: Camp should always be paid the week prior to attending. All payments must be made on time. If payments fall more than a week behind schedule, the recipients’ child/children will not be able to attend camp until a payment has been made to bring the account current.