Ringette for All
BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS
What is Breaking Down Barriers?
Breaking Down Barriers is a new Learn to Play Ringette program, geared towards children who face barriers to participation in traditional sport.
This fall, the City of Ottawa Ringette Association (CORA) is offering a FREE “learn to play” ringette program, open to girls aged 5-11. No experience necessary. Come learn to skate, shoot, and score with us!
Sessions will be led by qualified instructors and will focus on teamwork, fitness and fun.
Equipment and transportation will be provided, with careful attention to all COVID-19 public health guidelines. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Season starts Sunday, October 17 from 4-5 PM at Jim Durrell Recreation Centre.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Got unused ringette equipment? Or even CORA swag? We want it! Donations will be accepted at the following locations and times:
- Anytime - 124 Marlborough Ave in Sandy Hill
Interested in volunteering? We need coaches, managers, trainers and drivers!
Contact Phyllis at email@example.com for more information.
Switching up your java? Consider CORA's AllStar Coffee store, we receive $7 for each bag sold!
All funds are funnelled back into the program.
“Ringette for All - Breaking Down Barriers” is a new program offered by the City of Ottawa Ringette Association and Ringette Ontario, with the generous support of Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities.