2018 RHRA Come Try Ringette Event, News (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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2018 RHRA Come Try Ringette Event
Submitted By Jeff Young on Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Are you looking for a sport where you can have fun, make new friends and become a great skater? Ringette just may be what you're looking for. If your daughters are already playing then why not have some of their friends attend our Come Try Ringette event on Sunday September 30th.  Read on for more information or download a copy of our 2018 RHRA Come Try Ringette, or register directly here.

Come Try Ringette with the Richmond Hill Ringette Association

This will be Richmond Hill's seventh Come Try Ringette event and we expect it to be another big success.
We encourage all girls ages of 5-9 to come out for this FREE event.
  • Play & learn with girls your own age
  • Planned on-ice activities led by qualified instructors in a safe environment
  • Fun off-ice activities and refreshments
  • Participants get a loot bag for attending too
  • EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Skates, helmet, winter coat, snow pants and warm mittens
When: Sunday, September 30 @ 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Where: Tom Graham Arena, 1300 Elgin Mills Road East (Yonge and Leslie area)

Pre-registration is required. Please register using our Come Try Ringette Registration Form
Note: This event is intended for children who have not played ringette before. Children who were enrolled in a Richmond Hill Ringette program last year are asked to not register for this event to ensure room is available. Thank you.

For more information

Richmond Hill Ringette offers programs for all levels of beginners.

  1. Introduction to Ringette : brand new to ringette with no skating experience
  2. Skills Development : brand new to ringette with limited skating experience
  3. House League : some knowledge of ringette and skating experience

Click the links above for complete information on each program ( dates, time, duration, arena, cost etc ).


Richmond Hill Lightning Equipment Lending Program

To assist 1st year players, parents can take advantage of the equipment lending program at a minimal cost. For more details click here

Will your daughter love the game? See what our players have to say.

"Ringette is awesome. I loved it the first time I tried it, so just go for it!" - Nicole U10

"I went to Come Try Ringette in 2010. I enjoyed ringette because I got to meet new people. Some people were from my school so I made friends from ringette to have at school. Ringette people learn good sportsmanship and they say good game when it's over."- Cassandra U14

"My ringette team started as a sports team and ended up a family." - Michelle U14

"I have been playing ringette for 10 years, four of which with provincial teams. Every year I've played I've always been surrounded by the most incredible group of girls and develop long-lasting friendships. The leadership and teamwork skills I've gained along with building self-confidence have all helped in school and in everyday life." - Joely U19

"I started playing ringette when I was nine years old and have loved every second of it since. Richmond Hill Lightning’s Come Try Ringette program opened me to a world of amazing ringette players and many friends for life. RHRA has given myself an opportunity to not only grow as a player, but to grow as a person, learning the importance of teamwork, leadership and dedication. Ringette is my passion, and I would be lost without it." - Marisa U19

2007 RHRA Come Try Ringette event as covered by Rogers TV

What to know more about the sport of ringette? then watch this:


How far can you go? Watch this video on our very own Beth Hurren, 2010-11 NRL MVP and First Team World All Star

RHRA 2011 Tribute to Beth Hurren from Richmond Hill Ringette on Vimeo.

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