Scholarships Awarded

wcrc2The first “2015 Western Canadian Ringette Championships Legacy Scholarships” were awarded at the Ringette Calgary Annual General Meeting.

Applicants were scored based on their commitment to the sport of Ringette through playing, coaching, officiating and other volunteer activities as well as school and community participation and service.

Congratulations to Tori George and Kelsey Logan who each received $1000.

Intro to AA Skate

aalogoIntro to AA Skate

Sunday, May 15
Max Bell Arena

For prospective U14 ringette goalies, players, parents and coaches.

The INTRO SPRING SKATE provides an introduction to our Calgary AA Ringette program for the 2016-17 season, with an overview of how the fall evaluation process works.

For more information and to register go to

Come Try Ringette Events

Invite your friends to come try the fastest game on ice!

FREE try it sessions:

cometryringetteBow View
April 23, 3:30pm
Fairview Arena

May 14, 1:30pm
Thorncliffe Greenview Arena

South Calgary
May 28, 11:30am
Flames Community Arenas

Okotoks Come Try Ringette
June 4, 2016 @ 11:30 am
Pason Centennial Arena

Calgary East
Sunday July 17th 6 pm &
Tuesday August 16th 6 pm
Don Hartman Arena

For more information and to register, go to

Donation of Ringette Gear Initiative

I am thrilled to show you a picture of ALL the gear we received so far during the RINGETTE ROUNDUP.

Thanks to your generous donations we will be able to outfit many girls this upcoming season. Imagine what we can do when I have more than 2 days to organize and get the word out!!!

The Artic Foxes team donated the remainder of the team fund to this worthy cause. Thank you very much!

RINGETTE ROUNDUP continues to accept donations over the summer months right up until the beginning of the RINGETTE RODEO – which is the event where we will distribute the much needed equipment. This equal opportunity drive help more girls participate in this FUN AND FANTASTIC sport.

Keep Spreading The Word!  Ask for my home address for those who need to drop equipment off. No matter how big or small I am thrilled to have it! Katharine at:

Ringette Gear Round Up

We are excited to announce a RINGETTE GEAR ROUND UP program! This program will provide children an equal opportunity to keep active, learn teamwork, participate in something new and to enjoy better quality equipment for the safety of all participants. Let’s start passing equipment from one player to another to help more people enjoy ringette.

If you have ANY RINGETTE GEAR (Helmets, skates, pads, sticks  etc) please donate them.  As it is now the end of the year, we are collecting ALL GEAR that is not needed, outgrown or not liked. Equipment collection boxes will be set up at various locations (TBA). Please keep your eyes open for boxes at your local arena during Spring and Summer Skate camps too.

In September, we will have the RINGETTE RODEO where all equipment will be sorted by size and participants will be able try on the gear and check for fit. (Location TBA and will be posted here on our website)

For further information or other drop off locations please contact Katharine at:

President’s Cup Trophy Tour

The Ringette Canada Trophy Tour is coming to Triwood Arena, from 1-2 pm on Saturday, March 5. Two Calgary members of U21 Team Canada, Justine Exner and Ellen Hoban, will be at Triwood with their gold medals and the President’s Trophy which the team won in Finland in January. These ladies will be available for autographs and pictures, so we are inviting all ringette fans to come and meet them and congratulate them on winning gold for Canada! [Read More]

Provincial Playdown Rankings

Ringette Alberta changed the way the Southern Teams are ranked for Provincial Playdowns this season.  Due to a miscommunication, they assumed Zone 123 had 2 parts to our season and the result is the Playdown Rankings as provided on the RA website.

Ringette Calgary challenged the process and the fact that Ringette Alberta changed the operational manual mid-season.  Unfortunately we lost our challenge and the Playdown Rankings will remain as they are.