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Ringette Manitoba – Ringette Manitoba is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a free event this weekend for children between the ages of 3 and 10 years – to introduce them to the sport.


Event details include:

Come Try Ringette Day

August 21, 2016

MTS IcePlex

11:00 am – 4:00 pm


The event is open to everyone in the province, and the focus will be on providing young children with an opportunity to try the sport of Ringette in a fun environment.


On-ice sessions take place at 12:15pm, 12:30pm, 2:45pm, and 3:00pm. Interested families can register their children online at


In addition, Manitoba’s new National Ringette League Team will play their very first exhibition game at 1:30pm.


Finally the event also includes a Ringette Expo complete with activities for every member of the family –

–   Promotional giveaways

–   Ringette merchandise and clothing

–   “Friends First” movement table

–   National Ringette Team Meet & Greet

–   Fitness Journal for Girls table

–   Corydon Cycle (Information on Ringette Equipment)

–   Sportchek (Information on proper skate fittings etc.)

–   Face Painting

–   Off-ice Ringette themed games


With so many options available to families for their children’s sporting activities, Ringette has created an event that provides an opportunity for children to “try” Ringette before making a year-long commitment to the sport.


To obtain additional information on the event, the sport or to arrange interviews with our event team, contact Nicki Burbank at Ringette Manitoba at 925–5675 (




Ringette Manitoba is responsible for introducing and managing the sport of Ringette in the province, and showing Manitoba athletes that the game is both outrageously fast and incredibly friendly! Ringette is a truly Canadian game that was developed in this country 50 years ago to address issues that girls were facing in more traditional sports at the time. Today, the sport is thriving in the country, providing Canadian youth with female role models and creating a unique and close knit community – both inside and outside the rink.