Fall & Winter 2011 – 2012 - City of Charlottetown

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Fall & Winter 2011 – 2012 - City of Charlottetown

The rules ensure passing, skating and teamwork are part of every game. The game

combines the fast break of basketball, the dexterity of lacrosse, the speed of hockey

and the fitness of soccer. The sport has some similarities to hockey. It’s played on ice

with skates and sticks by six players on each of two teams. And the players’ mission is

to score goals by shooting the object of play into nets at either end of the rink during

stop-time periods of play.

Charlottetown Ringette Association runs a program for players aged 5 - 18. Participants

are divided in 6 divisions by age: U – 8 (5-7) U –10 (8 - 9), U – 12 (10 - 11), U – 14

(12 - 13), U – 16 (14 - 15) and U – 18 (16 - 18). We play in leagues against other

associations in locations such as Montague, Souris and Summerside.

Registration costs for 2011-12: Resident Non Resident

1st Child $190.00 1st Child $310.00

2nd Child $175.00 2nd Child $295.00

*U – 8 (age 5-7) $95.00 $155.00

Registration will take place during the first three weeks of September. Please visit

www.charlottetownringette.com for further details on the times and locations of the

registration.

Watch for details on the FREE Come Try Ringette event on Sunday Sept. 25

from 1:30 – 3:30 PM at CARI.

For additional information, please contact Mike James at 626-9612 or

email mjames@islandtelcom.com or visit http://www.charlottetownringette.com.

SKATING

CHARLOTTETOWN FIGURE SKATING CLUB

The Charlottetown Figure Skating Club offers instructional skating to children/adults

learning to skate and to those progressing through the Can Skate, Junior and Senior

program levels. Skaters are placed and taught at the level of their ability.

Participants must be 4 years of age as of August 31.

The season starts early in October and continues to March Break.

CanSkate:

Can Skate is a learn to skate program for beginners of all ages and is tailored to meet

each user group (preschool, youth and adult). Participants earn badges while they

learn the fundamental skills. CanSkate is the feeder program to all other Skate Canada

programs. Begins on Wednesday, October 5, 2011 and Saturday October 8, 2011.

Wednesday 5:30 – 6:15 PM Civic Centre Beginners

6:15 – 7 PM Civic Centre CanSkate Plus

Saturday 11:15 AM – 12 PM Simmons Arena Beginners

10:30 – 11:15 AM Simmons Arena CanSkate Plus

Starskate:

The Starskate program offers opportunities for skaters to develop basic figure skating

skills with the option of taking Skate Canada tests and taking part in competitions. The

program is taught in-group and/or private lesson format in Junior or Senior sessions.

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