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  • A Week as a Rosette!

    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be on the Melrose Rosettes Dance Team? Here is your chance! This camp will follow a typical week the Rosettes have during their winter dance season. We will work on warm-ups, stretching, work outs, kick and jazz technique, and learn different types of choreography. No fee to register, please bring a check for $40 to camp, checks should be made to Melrose Dance Team.
  • AM Swim/Lap Swim

    Morning Lap swim is a great way to start your day. Lifeguard will be on duty. For the summer, please enter at door 13A please. The locker rooms will not be open, so please come in your swim suit.
  • Elementary Football Camp

    This camp will focus on the fundamentals of football and instill a love of the game in boys and girls. If your child has shown interest in football, now is the perfect time to give it a try. Pete and other community volunteers plan to make this a positive and fun experience for youth.
  • Elementary Gymnastics

    In this Gymnastics program, younger students will be introduced to tumbling, gymnastics equipment, obstacle courses, bouncing, and balancing. More advanced classes will focus on all areas of gymnastics: floor, beam, bars and vault, and improving skills and strength. This program is for girls who live in the Melrose School District, or those who attend Melrose Public Schools. Classes Offered: Tiny Tumblers: 3 & 4 Year Old Class - Must be 3 by May 1, and potty trained Beginners: Girls who have not done gymnastics before, or who have not passed Beginners class Levels 1 & 2 and Levels 3 & 4 If you are unsure which class your daughter should be in, please contact Katie Masog at 320-493-0444 or katiemasog@hotmail.com
  • Elementary Mini Dance Camp

    This camp will be put on by the Melrose Rosettes! This is a great introduction to dance team for any dancers who have dreams of being on the Melrose Rosettes in the future.This camp will include a warm up routine, stretching, dance technique, choreography, and some fun team bonding activities. Dancers should wear clothing they feel comfortable moving and grooving in.
  • Football Developmental Camp

    A preseason opportunity to get ready for Football for all athletes going into grades 7 & 8.
  • Swimming Lessons July 12-16

    All lessons will be private, one instructor to one child. We ask that you screen your child at home for the following prior to coming to lessons: Take your child’s temperature before coming to the facility. Confirm that the child does not have fever, shortness of breath or cough. Our staff will also make a visual inspection of your child for signs of illness which could include flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breathing (without recent physical activity), fatigue, or extreme fussiness. No child that is ill can attend swim lessons. Lessons will not be made up. Parents, children may enter the pool area no more than 5 minutes prior to their lesson, they must arrive in swim attire, and be dropped off at door 13A. We will not be using the locker rooms. Please encourage your children to use the restroom at home prior to coming to lessons. *Restrooms will be available. Parents are not allowed to enter the building and observe lessons. Please pick up your children immediately when lessons are finished. Our teachers will be social distancing and wearing a mask when close to children. Please use your judgement about whether this type of program will be a good fit for your child. Because we have staff hired to teach your children, we will not be able to issue refunds for lessons that are scheduled.
  • Swimming Lessons July 19-23

    All lessons will be private, one instructor to one child. We ask that you screen your child at home for the following prior to coming to lessons: Take your child’s temperature before coming to the facility. Confirm that the child does not have fever, shortness of breath or cough. Our staff will also make a visual inspection of your child for signs of illness which could include flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breathing (without recent physical activity), fatigue, or extreme fussiness. No child that is ill can attend swim lessons. Lessons will not be made up. Parents, children may enter the pool area no more than 5 minutes prior to their lesson, they must arrive in swim attire, and be dropped off at door 13A. We will not be using the locker rooms. Please encourage your children to use the restroom at home prior to coming to lessons. *Restrooms will be available. Parents are not allowed to enter the building and observe lessons. Please pick up your children immediately when lessons are finished. Our teachers will be social distancing and wearing a mask when close to children. Please use your judgement about whether this type of program will be a good fit for your child. Because we have staff hired to teach your children, we will not be able to issue refunds for lessons that are scheduled.
  • Swimming Lessons June 21-25

    All lessons will be private, one instructor to one child. We ask that you screen your child at home for the following prior to coming to lessons: Take your child’s temperature before coming to the facility. Confirm that the child does not have fever, shortness of breath or cough. Our staff will also make a visual inspection of your child for signs of illness which could include flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breathing (without recent physical activity), fatigue, or extreme fussiness. No child that is ill can attend swim lessons. Lessons will not be made up. Parents, children may enter the pool area no more than 5 minutes prior to their lesson, they must arrive in swim attire, and be dropped off at door 13A. We will not be using the locker rooms. Please encourage your children to use the restroom at home prior to coming to lessons. *Restrooms will be available. Parents are not allowed to enter the building and observe lessons. Please pick up your children immediately when lessons are finished. Our teachers will be social distancing and wearing a mask when close to children. Please use your judgement about whether this type of program will be a good fit for your child. Because we have staff hired to teach your children, we will not be able to issue refunds for lessons that are scheduled.
  • Swimming Lessons June 28-July 2

    All lessons will be private, one instructor to one child. We ask that you screen your child at home for the following prior to coming to lessons: Take your child’s temperature before coming to the facility. Confirm that the child does not have fever, shortness of breath or cough. Our staff will also make a visual inspection of your child for signs of illness which could include flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breathing (without recent physical activity), fatigue, or extreme fussiness. No child that is ill can attend swim lessons. Lessons will not be made up. Parents, children may enter the pool area no more than 5 minutes prior to their lesson, they must arrive in swim attire, and be dropped off at door 13A. We will not be using the locker rooms. Please encourage your children to use the restroom at home prior to coming to lessons. *Restrooms will be available. Parents are not allowed to enter the building and observe lessons. Please pick up your children immediately when lessons are finished. Our teachers will be social distancing and wearing a mask when close to children. Please use your judgement about whether this type of program will be a good fit for your child. Because we have staff hired to teach your children, we will not be able to issue refunds for lessons that are scheduled.
  • Swimming Lessons June 7-11

    All lessons will be private, one instructor to one child. We ask that you screen your child at home for the following prior to coming to lessons: Take your child’s temperature before coming to the facility. Confirm that the child does not have fever, shortness of breath or cough. Our staff will also make a visual inspection of your child for signs of illness which could include flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breathing (without recent physical activity), fatigue, or extreme fussiness. No child that is ill can attend swim lessons. Lessons will not be made up. Parents, children may enter the pool area no more than 5 minutes prior to their lesson, they must arrive in swim attire, and be dropped off at door 13A. We will not be using the locker rooms. Please encourage your children to use the restroom at home prior to coming to lessons. *Restrooms will be available. Parents are not allowed to enter the building and observe lessons. Please pick up your children immediately when lessons are finished. Our teachers will be social distancing as much as possible and wearing a mask when close to children. Please use your judgement about whether this type of program will be a good fit for your child. Because we have staff hired to teach your children, we will not be able to issue refunds for lessons that are scheduled.
  • Tennis Camp

    Tennis camp will focus on teaching tennis techniques and strategies, building strength and endurance, improving agility and enhancing players' coordination and speed. If a student is interested in learning to play tennis, or considering joining the tennis team, this will be a great time to learn and start training.
  • Volleyball Camp

    Enjoy working on volleyball skills in a fun atmosphere! All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This program essential life-lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. *Thank you to Freeport Screen Print for being a t-shirt sponsor for Crush Volleyball!