Intro 2 Ringette

We want to introduce Ringette to you!


What is Ringette?

Ringette is a uniquely Canadian winter ice sport - often dubbed the fastest sport on ice! The main objective of Ringette is to use a stick to shoot a ring into the opposing team's goal. The team with the highest score at the end wins.

More information on Ringette can be found on the Ringette Canada website:


What it “Intro 2 Ringette”?

Intro 2 Ringette is a safe, fun, low-cost, 4-week program that will introduce players 4-12 years old to the sport of Ringette. Intro 2 Ringette quickly introduces participants to Ringette basics so they are confident joining an Association Ringette team after completion of the program. Intro 2 Ringette components include rules orientation, basic strategies of the game, and time to practice the basics of ring control.

Each Intro 2 Ringette session is 50 minutes in length and is led by certified instructors who are trained to break down and teach skills to brand new players in a low instructor-to-participant ratio. 

Not only are we going to teach your child how to skate and play Ringette, but we are also going to introduce them to a world that:

  • builds confidence
  • supports creativity
  • creates friendships that last a lifetime!


What you need:

Here is the best part - just like Come Try Ringette, Intro 2 Ringette has been designed to introduce participants to the sport in a safe, no-contact manner that requires minimal equipment. This enables us to offer Intro 2 Ringette as a low-cost program that is more easily accessible for anyone who is not yet prepared to invest in a full equipment purchase!

Participants require only the following:

  • helmet with face mask
  • Gloves or heavy mittens
  • Skates
  • Warm clothes (snow pants are also recommended to help keep dry)

Of course, participants are always welcome to wear additional equipment if they have it!


Registration Fee

Each Intro 2 Ringette program consists of 4 sessions for a low cost of $50.


Dates and Times


Civic Arena (2901 Windsor St, Halifax)

Saturday, April 20th 8am

Saturday, April 27th 8am

Saturday, May 4th 8am

Saturday, May 11th, 8am


Centennial Arena (27 Vimy Ave, Halifax)

Sunday, May 19th 11am

Sunday, May 26th 11am

Sunday, June 2nd 8:30am

Sunday, June 9th 11am


RBC Arena (259 Commodore Dr, Dartmouth)

Wednesday, May 8th 6:45pm

Wednesday, May 15th 6:45pm

Wednesday, May 22nd 5:30pm

Wednesday, May 29th 6:00pm


How to register:


Space is limited to 30 skaters in each session. Follow the link to register!


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