Come Try Ringette

Would you like to give our sport a try?  You are in luck!  Through the support of Ringette Canada and Ringette Alberta, local associations all over Alberta host FREE Come Try Ringette events.  These events are typically an hour in length and provide a sneak peek into our great sport!  Events are open to all ages and abilities, so come on out and give ringette a try!

We do ask that you pre-register so we can prepare for your visit.  To do so, simply click on an event below, or for a full list of events, log on to  See you at the rink!

Current List of Come Try Ringette Events:

(please log on to for full details and to register)

Date Local Association Host Event Details and Registration
Sun. May 5, 2019 Airdrie Ringette 4ppm-5pm, Genesis Place, Rockyview Ice Register at
Fri. May 19, 2019 Medicine Hat Ringette Association 2:30-3:45, Family Leisure Center
Sat. May 25, 2019 *South Calgary Ringette Association 11am-1:30pm, Flames Community Arena  Register at
Sun. May 26, 2019 Foothills Ringette Association 2:15-3:15, Piper Arena, Okotoks Register at
Sun. May 26, 2019 St. Albert Ringette Association 2:45pm-3:45pm, Troy Murray Arena Register at
Sun. June 9, 2019 Edmonton Federation Ringette 11:30am-12:30pm, Kinsmen Twin Arenas Register at

*All registered participants for any Calgary Come Try Ringette event will automatically be entered into a draw for an opportunity to participate in a WinSport Ringette Camp.  Camps are valued at $479, and the winner can attend either a Summer or Winter Camp.

The draw prize has been donated in memory of Jenna Sauer.  Jenna was a Ringette and Skating instructor at WinSport, and a member of the Calgary Ringette community for 12 years as a player, coach, and official, until her untimely passing at the age of 18 from Ovarian Cancer.  A Memorial Fund was established in Jenna’s memory, and her wish was to pass on a legacy of giving for causes that she was passionate about.  Jenna’s family is proud to donate to the Come Try Ringette events, as a way to encourage more young girls to participate in a sport that remains so prominent in their lives.