Kingston Ringette

Participant Registration

2024-25 Ringette Ontario

FUN1

  • FUN1 - children who are new to ringette or skating, learning basic game structure, and still developing basic skills, this group plays cross-ice. (FUN1)

    $200.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: These divisions are all included in league game play and tournaments. Travel is required, typically to the Ottawa area. Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees. Games typically start in late October and occur approximately twice per month (once in Kingston and once in Ottawa area).

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Ringette Ontario is announcing that one parent of every ringette player under the age of 18 is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before participating in ringette programming, starting in the 2022-23 season. This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved.
     
    The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sports behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials.
    This program empowers parents to:
    • Ensure the safety of their children.
    • Encourage positive and effective communication.
    • Enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of Ringette.

    Children’s Ringette 

    Creating Developmentally Appropriate Opportunities and Meaningful Competition

    Children’s Ringette is a program that provides age and stage appropriate physical activity experiences for young ringette players under the age of 10.

    The Children’s Ringette program is focused on creating opportunities that focus on:

    • age & stage appropriate activities
    • focus on fun and play
    • grouping children based on skill & readiness
    • maximum participation & engagement
    • opportunities to practice learned skills
    • adapted game play (small area games & small nets)

    The Children’s Ringette Divisions

    There are three divisions in Children’s Ringette, FUNdamentals 1, FUNdamentals 2, and FUNdamentals 3

    FUNdamentals 1 is for children who are new to ringette or skating, learning basic game structure, and still developing basic skills, this group plays cross-ice.

    FUNdamentals 2 is for children who are learning to lengthen their stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have developed some basic skills, this group plays Mini Ringette.

    FUNdamentals 3 is for children who demonstrate that they have acquired the physical, cognitive, and social readiness for more challenging play, this group plays full sized ringette.

    Both FUNdamentals 1 & 2 divisions use small sized nets and play adapted games of 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 respectively. Smaller spaces ensure more touches, interactions, shots on net and passes. Teams are split into smaller squads to ensure the majority of players are participating at a time. With these adaptations in the FUNdamentals divisions, children are able to experience maximum participation, practice learned skills and move through divisions based on skill and readiness.

     

    REGISTER NOW

FUN2

  • FUN2 - children who are learning to lengthen their stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have developed some basic skills, this group plays Mini Ringette. (FUN2)

    $200.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: These divisions are all included in league game play and tournaments. Travel is required, typically to the Ottawa area. Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees. Games typically start in late October and occur approximately twice per month (once in Kingston and once in Ottawa area).

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Ringette Ontario is announcing that one parent of every ringette player under the age of 18 is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before participating in ringette programming, starting in the 2022-23 season. This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved.
     
    The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sports behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials.
    This program empowers parents to:
    • Ensure the safety of their children.
    • Encourage positive and effective communication.
    • Enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of Ringette.

    Children’s Ringette 

    Creating Developmentally Appropriate Opportunities and Meaningful Competition

    Children’s Ringette is a program that provides age and stage appropriate physical activity experiences for young ringette players under the age of 10.

    The Children’s Ringette program is focused on creating opportunities that focus on:

    • age & stage appropriate activities
    • focus on fun and play
    • grouping children based on skill & readiness
    • maximum participation & engagement
    • opportunities to practice learned skills
    • adapted game play (small area games & small nets)

    The Children’s Ringette Divisions

    There are three divisions in Children’s Ringette, FUNdamentals 1, FUNdamentals 2, and FUNdamentals 3

    FUNdamentals 1 is for children who are new to ringette or skating, learning basic game structure, and still developing basic skills, this group plays cross-ice.

    FUNdamentals 2 is for children who are learning to lengthen their stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have developed some basic skills, this group plays Mini Ringette.

    FUNdamentals 3 is for children who demonstrate that they have acquired the physical, cognitive, and social readiness for more challenging play, this group plays full sized ringette.

    Both FUNdamentals 1 & 2 divisions use small sized nets and play adapted games of 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 respectively. Smaller spaces ensure more touches, interactions, shots on net and passes. Teams are split into smaller squads to ensure the majority of players are participating at a time. With these adaptations in the FUNdamentals divisions, children are able to experience maximum participation, practice learned skills and move through divisions based on skill and readiness.

     

    REGISTER NOW

FUN3

  • FUN3 - children who demonstrate that they have acquired the physical, cognitive, and social readiness for more challenging play, this group plays full sized ringette. (FUN3)

    $350.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: These divisions are all included in league game play and tournaments. Travel is required, typically to the Ottawa area. Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees. Games typically start in late October and occur approximately twice per month (once in Kingston and once in Ottawa area).

    ** This registration fee automatically includes the bingo/fundraising fee of $100. This fee is reimbursed after either participating in 2 bingos as a fully-trained volunteer or raising at least $100 in fundraising.

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Ringette Ontario is announcing that one parent of every ringette player under the age of 18 is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before participating in ringette programming, starting in the 2022-23 season. This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved.
     
    The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sports behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials.
    This program empowers parents to:
    • Ensure the safety of their children.
    • Encourage positive and effective communication.
    • Enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of Ringette.

    Children’s Ringette

    Creating Developmentally Appropriate Opportunities and Meaningful Competition
    Children’s Ringette is a program that provides age and stage appropriate physical activity experiences for young ringette players under the age of 10.

    The Children’s Ringette program is focused on creating opportunities that focus on:

    • age & stage appropriate activities
    • focus on fun and play
    • grouping children based on skill & readiness
    • maximum participation & engagement
    • opportunities to practice learned skills
    • adapted game play (small area games & small nets)

    The Children’s Ringette Divisions

    There are three divisions in Children’s Ringette, FUNdamentals 1, FUNdamentals 2, and FUNdamentals 3

    FUNdamentals 1 is for children who are new to ringette or skating, learning basic game structure, and still developing basic
    skills, this group plays cross-ice.

    FUNdamentals 2 is for children who are learning to lengthen their stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have
    developed some basic skills, this group plays Mini Ringette.

    FUNdamentals 3 is for children who demonstrate that they have acquired the physical, cognitive, and social readiness for more
    challenging play, this group plays full sized ringette.

    Both FUNdamentals 1 & 2 divisions use small sized nets and play adapted games of 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 respectively. Smaller
    spaces ensure more touches, interactions, shots on net and passes. Teams are split into smaller squads to ensure the majority of
    players are participating at a time. With these adaptations in the FUNdamentals divisions, children are able to experience
    maximum participation, practice learned skills and move through divisions based on skill and readiness.

    REGISTER NOW

U12

  • U12 - KRA (U12)

    $350.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: These divisions are all included in league game play and tournaments. Travel is required, typically to the Ottawa area. Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees. Games typically start in late October and occur approximately twice per month (once in Kingston and once in Ottawa area).

    ** This registration fee automatically includes the bingo/fundraising fee of $100. This fee is reimbursed after either participating in 2 bingos as a fully-trained volunteer or raising at least $100 in fundraising.

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Ringette Ontario is announcing that one parent of every ringette player under the age of 18 is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before participating in ringette programming, starting in the 2022-23 season. This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved.
     
    The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sports behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials.
    This program empowers parents to:
    • Ensure the safety of their children.
    • Encourage positive and effective communication.
    • Enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of Ringette.

    Youth Programs (Ages U12 - U19)

    Youth programming begins at the U12 division which is an introduction to a more competitive environment and offers programming that delivers appropriate development opportunities and play within the region, and across the province.

    KRA Ringette Youth Programs consist of league games, weekly practices and additional player development opportunities (e.g. power skating, skills development sessions). Teams also participate in local and out-of town tournaments (3-5 per year) and may participate in either year-end Regional or Provincial Championships. 

    B and C Level Ringette Programs are provided for players that are looking for a more competitive game of Ringette and have previous ice skating experience. The goals and focus of these programs is on fun, development, and ensuring every player that wishes to participate in the program has a place to play. Some local travel is required for away games taking place throughout the region (e.g. Ottawa area), and teams usually participate in 3 or 4 weekend tournaments throughout the year (usually take place out of town i.e. overnight stay)

    REGISTER NOW

U14

  • U14 - KRA (U14)

    $500.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: These divisions are all included in league game play and tournaments. Travel is required, typically to the Ottawa area. Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees. Games typically start in late October and occur approximately twice per month (once in Kingston and once in Ottawa area).

    ** This registration fee automatically includes the bingo/fundraising fee of $100. This fee is reimbursed after either participating in 2 bingos as a fully-trained volunteer or raising at least $100 in fundraising.

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Ringette Ontario is announcing that one parent of every ringette player under the age of 18 is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before participating in ringette programming, starting in the 2022-23 season. This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved.
     
    The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sports behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials.
    This program empowers parents to:
    • Ensure the safety of their children.
    • Encourage positive and effective communication.
    • Enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of Ringette.

    Youth Programs (Ages U12 - U19)

    Youth programming begins at the U12 division which is an introduction to a more competitive environment and offers programming that delivers appropriate development opportunities and play within the region, and across the province.

    KRA Ringette Youth Programs consist of league games, weekly practices and additional player development opportunities (e.g. power skating, skills development sessions). Teams also participate in local and out-of town tournaments (3-5 per year) and may participate in either year-end Regional or Provincial Championships. 

    B and C Level Ringette Programs are provided for players that are looking for a more competitive game of Ringette and have previous ice skating experience. The goals and focus of these programs is on fun, development, and ensuring every player that wishes to participate in the program has a place to play. Some local travel is required for away games taking place throughout the region (e.g. Ottawa area), and teams usually participate in 3 or 4 weekend tournaments throughout the year (usually take place out of town i.e. overnight stay)

    REGISTER NOW

U16

  • U16 - KRA (U16)

    $500.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: These divisions are all included in league game play and tournaments. Travel is required, typically to the Ottawa area. Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees. Games typically start in late October and occur approximately twice per month (once in Kingston and once in Ottawa area).

    ** This registration fee automatically includes the bingo/fundraising fee of $100. This fee is reimbursed after either participating in 2 bingos as a fully-trained volunteer or raising at least $100 in fundraising.

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Ringette Ontario is announcing that one parent of every ringette player under the age of 18 is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before participating in ringette programming, starting in the 2022-23 season. This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved.
     
    The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sports behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials.
    This program empowers parents to:
    • Ensure the safety of their children.
    • Encourage positive and effective communication.
    • Enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of Ringette.

    Youth Programs (Ages U12 - U19)

    Youth programming begins at the U12 division which is an introduction to a more competitive environment and offers programming that delivers appropriate development opportunities and play within the region, and across the province.

    KRA Ringette Youth Programs consist of league games, weekly practices and additional player development opportunities (e.g. power skating, skills development sessions). Teams also participate in local and out-of town tournaments (3-5 per year) and may participate in either year-end Regional or Provincial Championships. 

    B and C Level Ringette Programs are provided for players that are looking for a more competitive game of Ringette and have previous ice skating experience. The goals and focus of these programs is on fun, development, and ensuring every player that wishes to participate in the program has a place to play. Some local travel is required for away games taking place throughout the region (e.g. Ottawa area), and teams usually participate in 3 or 4 weekend tournaments throughout the year (usually take place out of town i.e. overnight stay)

    REGISTER NOW

U19

  • U19 - KRA (U19)

    $500.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: These divisions are all included in league game play and tournaments. Travel is required, typically to the Ottawa area. Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees. Games typically start in late October and occur approximately twice per month (once in Kingston and once in Ottawa area).

    ** This registration fee automatically includes the bingo/fundraising fee of $100. This fee is reimbursed after either participating in 2 bingos as a fully-trained volunteer or raising at least $100 in fundraising.

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Ringette Ontario is announcing that one parent of every ringette player under the age of 18 is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before participating in ringette programming, starting in the 2022-23 season. This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved.
     
    The Respect in Sport Parent Program is a one-hour online module for parents/guardians, reinforcing their role in their child’s activities, encouraging positive sports behaviours, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals play, such as coaches and officials.
    This program empowers parents to:
    • Ensure the safety of their children.
    • Encourage positive and effective communication.
    • Enhance a child’s overall enjoyment of Ringette.

    Youth Programs (Ages U12 - U19)

    Youth programming begins at the U12 division which is an introduction to a more competitive environment and offers programming that delivers appropriate development opportunities and play within the region, and across the province.

    KRA Ringette Youth Programs consist of league games, weekly practices and additional player development opportunities (e.g. power skating, skills development sessions). Teams also participate in local and out-of town tournaments (3-5 per year) and may participate in either year-end Regional or Provincial Championships. 

    B and C Level Ringette Programs are provided for players that are looking for a more competitive game of Ringette and have previous ice skating experience. The goals and focus of these programs is on fun, development, and ensuring every player that wishes to participate in the program has a place to play. Some local travel is required for away games taking place throughout the region (e.g. Ottawa area), and teams usually participate in 3 or 4 weekend tournaments throughout the year (usually take place out of town i.e. overnight stay)

    REGISTER NOW

18+

  • 18+ OPEN (18+)

    $350.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Travel may be required for tournaments.  Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees.

    ** This registration fee automatically includes the bingo/fundraising fee of $100. This fee is reimbursed after either participating in 2 bingos as a fully-trained volunteer or raising at least $100 in fundraising.

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Adult Ringette (18+)

    • Players who have recently become adults
    • Adult players returning after a hiatus
    • Adult first-time players

    Organization of Adult Ringette

    Players in 18+ must be at least 18 years of age (as of December 31 of the playing year). There is no upper age limit for either division. Kingston Ringette typically hosts a BB level team.

    The 18+ team runs shiny-style practices to maximize playing time.  All levels are welcome. 

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  • 18+ Drop In or Tournaments only (18+)

    $150.00

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Travel may be required for tournaments.  Attendance is not mandatory, however we highly encourage participation for the full experience. Fees associated with travel, tournaments, etc. are additional to the registration fees.

    *** Ringette Ontario Membership dues and Insurance are in addition to registration fees.  These fees are added to the final total in registration.


    Adult Ringette (18+) Drop In or Tournaments Only

    This option is designed around busy schedules and allows members to participate at their convenience.  It allows access to tournament registration with the team.  We ask that members who choose this option only participate in practices up to 2 times per month.  If you wish to participate in more than 2 practices per month, please register under the full 18+ program.

    • Players who have recently become adults
    • Adult players returning after a hiatus
    • Adult first-time players

    Organization of Adult Ringette

    Players in 18+ must be at least 18 years of age (as of December 31 of the playing year). There is no upper age limit for either division. Kingston Ringette typically hosts a BB level team.

    The 18+ team runs shiny-style practices to maximize playing time.  All levels are welcome. 

    REGISTER NOW

2024-2025 Club Camps and Clinics

Club camps and clinics for 2024-25 season

Power Skating

  • Power Skating with Steph 2024 (Power Skating)

    $30.00

    Kingston Ringette is, once again, excited to offer power skating sessions with Stephanie Doucet.   We are pleased to offer these sessions at the fantastic price of only $30 for all 4 sessions!

    Register today to join us on the ice on:

    Friday, August 9th 8:00-9:00 AM CUPE ice pad

    Friday, August 16th 8:00-9:00 AM CUPE ice pad

    Monday, August 19th 8:00-9:00 AM CUPE ice pad

    Friday, August 23rd 8:00-9:00 AM CUPE ice pad

    PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE A REGISTERED PLAYER FOR THE 2024/25 SEASON TO ATTEND.  BE SURE TO COMPLETE THAT REGISTRATION PRIOR TO REGISTERING FOR THE CLINIC

    REGISTER NOW