Learn to Play Ringette

Our spring programs have sold out.

We were thrilled to be some of the first users of Burnaby's new Rosemary Brown Arenas!  The facilities are lovely and we look forward to seeing our teams play there, as well as at Moody Park and Queen's Park arenas in New Westminster.  We are currently in our off-season and will not be offering any new programs in May or June.  Our next learn to play opportunities will likely be in August at Moody Park Arena.  If we have a high number of interested participants, we may seek ice in July.

We are a volunteer driven organization dedicated to offering low cost programs to introduce residents of Burnaby and New Westminster to this fabulous, fast-paced and Canadian-created sport. Help us plan!  If you are interested in learning to play ringette, please fill out this form.  This is not a registration form and there is no obligation to participate. We want to get an idea of who may be interested so we can offer the best programs.  We will let you know about Learn to Play offerings and Come Try Ringette events.  This is not just for kids!  If a significant number of adults are interested we may look to provide learn to play programs for adults as well. 

Learn to Play Form

What is Learn to Play Ringette?  

Ringette is a fast paced game played on ice.  A season generally runs from September to March, and players need to have a lot of protective equipment (see our equipment page). It's hard to commit to a full season of a sport you might not have seen played before!  Our learn to play programs give a chance to try ringette over a shorter period of time (usually 4-6 sessions), without having to buy full equipment. We hope that after trying the sport you find you like it and might even decide to join.  No matter what, you will improve your skating skills and have lots of fun. 

Some equipment is necessary for learn to play:  You need to provide hockey skates and a hockey helmet.  We are a non-profit society and we rent ice from Burnaby and New Westminster. These are not public skating sessions and the skate rental shops are usually not open. We will loan you a ringette stick and a ringette face mask (the part that attaches to the helmet and protects the face).  If you have access to additional equipment (knee pads/ shin guards, hockey gloves, please wear what you have. We will have a selection of used equipment to borrow.


What is Come Try Ringette?

Come Try Ringette events are single sessions that offer children 5 and up a taste of the game. The sessions are free and we arrange access to skate and helmet rentals.  We try to give as many folks as possible a chance to participate and may not permit participants to attend more than one Come Try Ringette each year.

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