This summer, kids across the city of Detroit will have the unique opportunity to participate in a new program from the Detroit Red Wings’ pioneering Learn, Play, Score platform. “Street Hockey in The D at Home” – powered by Chevrolet.
The free, six-week virtual summer program, in partnership with Detroit Parks & Recreation, is available to students aged 6-14 during July and August; registration begins Wednesday, June 17.
Building upon the “Street Hockey in the D” programming originally launched within Detroit Public Schools Community District K-8 physical education classes earlier this year, the Learn, Play, Score platform is evolving during the COVID-19 pandemic to offer unique online instructional content through “Street Hockey in the D at Home.”
Participants will learn the basics of street hockey from Learn, Play, Score Ambassadors and Red Wings players in a virtual Google Classroom setting. Each video will focus on street hockey skills and drills, physical activity and wellness.
Participant registration will take place June 17-19, June 22 and June 23-24, from 8-11 a.m., at two Detroit Parks & Recreation locations that also serve as community hubs for family food pack distribution.
Registrants will receive a complimentary Red Wings hat, street hockey stick and ball so their kids can participate at home. Registration locations and dates are as follows, and is limited to Detroit city residents:
Adams Butzel Recreation Complex
10500 Lyndon Street
Detroit, MI 48238
Farwell Recreation Center
2711 Outer Drive East
Detroit, MI 48234
To learn more about Detroit Red Wings Learn, Play, Score, visit www.learnplayscore.com.