Come Try Ringette For Free!

Join the West Ferris Ringette Association for an afternoon of fun and friendship on the ice, at the WFRA annual “Come TryRingette” event.Saturday, September 15th, 1- 3 pm at the Pete Palangio Arena.
  • Skates and helmet are required. Please contact us in advance if you need to borrow skates or a helmet – all other equipment is available on loan from the Association for first year players.
    The sport of ringette was invented in North Bay in 1963 by Parks and Rec director Sam Jacks. There are now over 30,000 players across Canada, playing the fastest game on ice!
    • Family friendly
    • Fair play: every player plays
    • Special goalie programs at all ages
    • Programs and play from JK to adult
    • Equipment to borrow
    • Learn to Skate program
    • Recreational and competitive teams
    • New players welcome at all ages
    • Transition from Learn-to-Skate to playing on a house team
    Affordable fees, including a special reduced rate for first-year players
  • The West Ferris Ringette Association has a new special rate for first year players! For just $99 first-year players can register for a full year of house league ringette. Please share the word with friends and family, including players currently involved in other ice sports (figure skating, hockey, etc.) who might want to try the fastest game on ice this season!
  • There are several options for registration and payment for the upcoming  2018-2019 season:
    • You can now register online using our online form. Click HERE
    • A pdf form can be downloaded from the WFRA web site. Click HERE
    • The same pdf form is attached to this email
    Installment payments can be made by cash or cheque, and lump sum payments (e.g. payment in full) can be made by cash, debit or credit card at Skaters North Source for Sports North Bay at 1321 Fisher Street.

    Do you need financial assistance with this year’s registration?
    KidSport North Bay provides financial assistance to remove barriers to children’s participation in organized sports. Funding is provided for organized sport registration and/or equipment costs up to a maximum of $ 300 per child for all sports including ringette. Applications must be submitted no later than 45 days prior to the sport beginning (fall 2018), but earlier application means earlier response from KidSport North Bay. It takes approximately two weeks for applications to be reviewed; if approved, a Voucher is sent by mail which is then provided to the WFRA treasurer as payment or part payment for registration fees. Visit KidSport North Bay to learn more; click HERE.