It’s open to all players in grades 5-12, new or advanced level.
It’s a half-day camp from 8 a.m. to noon. The cost for one week is $90, $170 for both weeks.
The camp is run by Jennifer Resmini, head coach of the field hockey program at Pinkerton, the 2012 Division I state champions.
Campers will be instructed in the fundamental skills and strategies of the game by Resmini, members of the Pinkerton field hockey coaching staff, and recently graduated and experienced Pinkerton Academy field hockey players.
Each camp day will consist of skill stations and contests, instruction in game strategies, lectures, and small and large field team play.
Bring enough water to drink during camp, a field hockey stick, goggles, sneakers/cleats, mouthguard, and shin guards. Goalies must bring their own equipment to the camp.
Email email@example.com. Registration forms can be found at pinkertonacademy.net/athletics/summer/documents/field_hockey_camp.pdf.
Try fishing free in New Hampshire June 1
CONCORD — Saturday, June 1, is Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire. You don’t need a license to fish that day. State residents and nonresidents alike can fish any of New Hampshire’s inland waters – and saltwater, too.
Though you don’t need a license, season dates, bag limits and all other fishing regulations must be followed on Free Fishing Day. Anglers fishing for brood stock Atlantic salmon in the Merrimack and lower Pemigewasset rivers must have a fishing license along with a special Atlantic Salmon broodstock permit.
Also on Saturday, June 1, New Hampshire’s six state fish hatcheries will be open to visitors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Stop in and see where the state raises more than a million trout each year that are stocked into New Hampshire’s rivers, lakes and ponds. Hatcheries are located at Berlin, Milford, New Hampton, New Durham (Powder Mill), Twin Mountain and Warren. Find directions at fishnh.com/Inside_FandG/hatcheries_visitor_centers.htm.