To submit calendar items, please email to mstribl@ freemanonline.com; mail to Daily Freeman, Sports Dept., 79 Hurley Ave., Kingston, N.Y., 12401 or drop off at our office during business hours. Submissions must be received by 5 p.m. Wednesday. BASEBALL Coaching Prep Baseball Report-New York Coaches Convention: Nov. 1-2 at the Resorts World Catskills Casino, Resort and Convention Center in Monticello. Guest speakers include Virginia Tech coach John Szefc, Boston College coach Mike Gambino, Oswego coach Scott Landers, Ithaca College coach George Valesente, Cortland coach Joe Brown, West Genesee coach Kevin Krause, Maryland pitching coach Corey Muscara, Penn State pitching coach Josh Newman, former New York Yankees strength & conditioning coach Dana Cavalea., Binghamton recruiting coordinator Ryan Hurba, Prep Baseball Report National Crosschecker Shooter Hunt, plus former major league players Willie Fraser and Luis Lopez. Cost: College coach $99; Player (under age 18) $79; ScholasticTravel-Legion-Youth Coach/ Parent $109. For more information and to register, visit www. prepbaseballreport.com/newyork BASKETBALL Girls Basketball Officials Classes: Anyone interested in officiating high school girls games, classes are scheduled for Oct. 15, 24, 29, 30, Nov. 5 and 6 at John A. Coleman Catholic High. Times are 6-8 p.m. for all dates except Oct. 24 (7-9 p.m.). If interested, call Tom Bradway at (845) 594-4079. BOWLING Leagues Friday Nite Party Bowlers: Available opening for mixed team of 3-4 bowlers. Please contact the lanes at 338-1414 for further information. Tournaments Tournament Club: Second qualifying event of the season 1 p.m. Oct. 28 at Bowlers Club in Saugerties behind Simmons Plaza. 12:30 p.m. check-in. All bowlers will use last year’s average. Qualifiers will be held the last Sunday of each month through March, leading to the April 28 Championship Final (dates subject to change). All bowlers receive points for each tournament they participate in. This is a handicap tournament. For more information, call Rob Houtman at (845) 246-4969 or John Cook Jr. at (845) 4171512. BOXING Boxing Conditioning: Led by Tom Pignone, certified boxing instructor, at the Mountainview Studio, 20 Mountainview Ave., Woodstock. Tuesdays. Children ages 7-12 from 4:15-5 p.m.; teens 5-5:45 p.m.; adults from 6-7. You will need to bring clean gym footwear. We provide the rest. Suggested donation for youth $8 per class, adults $10. Drop-ins welcome. For more information, visit www. mtnviewstudio.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or reach it on Facebook. FENCING Woodstock Fencing Club: Meets 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays in the Cafetorium at the Woodstock Elementary School (when school is open). Instruction given at all levels in all weapons — Foil, Sabre and Epee from 6:30-8. Practice and bouting. Fence dry or electric. It is a non-profit Club with volunteer instructors in Ron Zukor of Woodstock, David Osherow of Shokan, George T. Gallagher from Kingston, plus Elene Umberto Schoeps of Olivebridge. There is no charge to join for classes, lessons or fencing. Only requirement is $10-per-year dues for a USA Fencing membership. For more information, call Elene Schoeps at (845) 657-8021 or George T. Gallagher at 331-3832, e-mail YESUS@ hvc.rr.com or visit www.ashokan.com/fencing.html HEALTH & FITNESS Jazzercise Classes: Offered 5:30 p.m. Mondays at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Albany Ave., Kingston. All ages and fitness levels welcomed. Local instructor Cathy Shaw has been working with toddlers to seniors for 24 years. For more information, call (845) 339-1545 or email email@example.com Senior Mall Walking: The Ulster County Office for the Aging invite seniors to join them for walking at the Hudson Valley Mall every Tuesday at 10 a.m. All participants receive a coupon to buy tea, coffee or water at The Coffee Shoppe in the Mall. For more information, call the Office for the Aging at (845) 340-3456. Zumba Gold: 8:45-9:45 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at the Marbletown Community Center, State Route 209 in Stone Ridge. Class introduces participants easy to follow Zumba choreography that focuses on cardiovascular endurance, range of motion, flexibility and balance. For more information and to sign up, call Lisa Ondreyko at (845) 728-0067. OUTDOORS Trailsweepers Snow and Sports Club: Open to new members of all ages. Trailsweepers ski, snowboard, cross country ski, snowshoe, windsurf, mountain bike, road bike, hike, backpack, canoe/kayak and have fun. Club meets second and fourth Tuesdays of the month 7:30 p.m. at Tony’s Pizzeria on 582 Broadway in Kingston. For more information and to check out their events calendar, visit www.trailsweepers.org SHOOTING Public Sight-In Days: 10 a.m.4 p.m. Oct. 27 and Nov. 4 at the New Paltz Rod & Gun Club (old Kingston Road in New Paltz, just off State Route 32 North). Sight-in your firearms on the club’s 100-yard range before the hunting season begins. Admission is free. For more information, visit www.newpaltzrodandgun.org SOFTBALL Halloween Slow Pitch Softball Tournament: Oct. 27 at the Town of Ulster Softball Complex. Entry fee: $250. $10 per team per game umpire fee. All proceeds to towards the Kingston Softball Hall of Fame. Upper Division can use any legal bat with a 6-home run limit. Lower Division single wall or wood only bat with a 3-home run limit. Lower Division open to coed teams. Cash payouts for both divisions along with sponsor’s trophies, defensive and outstanding player awards. 3-game guarantee. 10-foot max on pitching from the ground with no faking a pitch, third strike foul is an out, 1:15 time limit per game, and one runner per inning anyone can run. Buffs Southern Cooking Food Truck will be there serving food. For more information, contact Bill Merecka or Chuck Jackson on Facebook. TRACK AND FIELD Officials Training: The Ulster County Track and Field Association is looking for persons who like to become an official. Prior track experience is not necessary as training will be provided later this fall. Interested persons must be over 18 and not in high school. Costs associated with membership: $40 for new members, BOCES charges for fingerprinting and uniform shirt. Officiating includes indoor track at West Point in the winter and outdoor track in the Mid-Hudson area in the spring. If interested, email hggmohonk20@gmail. com Include name, address, phone number and email address. To assist in setting up the training, indicate any experience with track and field. WRESTLING Clubs Mid-Hudson Dark Corner Wrestling Club: Meets 6-8 p.m. Wednesday and Fridays in the Kingston High School wrestling room. Beginning through advanced wrestling. Folkstyle, Freestyle and Greco-Roman. For more information, call coach Cappy Weiner at (845) 5320364. YOGA Yang Yin Yoga: 10:15-11:45 a.m. Mondays and Fridays at Mountain View Studio, 20 Mountain View Ave., Woodstock. This mixed-level class incorpo-
rates vigorous and stimulating strength-building postures for the first part of class, then transitions to calming, flexibility-promoting postures for the second. The session finishes with guided meditation for total physical and mental relaxation. As you refine your physical and mental skills through the yoga process, your body will feel balanced, i.e., stimulated yet relaxed, while your mind will be focused and peaceful. This class is not for absolute beginners. Students must know basic yoga postures. Instructor is Leslie Snow, who has taught yoga for seven years and been a personal trainer for 10. With a background in ballet, running and resistance training, she has studied martial arts for the last eight years, achieving a 2nd-degree black belt in Isshinryu Karate. Cost: $15. First class is free. For more information, visit www.lesliesnow.com, call her at (904) 534-3141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You may also contact the Mountain View Studio at (845) 679-0901.