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New participants are encouraged to attend a scheduled Adult Come Try Ringette session.Prior to game start-up, RNS will schedule 1-3 Adult Learn to Play sessions to introduce ring skills, work on rusty skating skills, and outline some key principles of the game in preparation for loop play.
RNS is pleased to offer Adult Co-ED Ringette comprising of an approximately six week game loop, one evening a week, to commence early in the new year.If an adult is unable to manage their own affairs, a family will sometimes apply to the court to have a guardian appointed.A guardian has legal responsibilities and duties related to the person's finances (guardian of the estate) and personal care (guardian of the person).On June 13, 2017 the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia granted the Province's request for an extension of the validity of the legislation until December 28, 2017.All current guardianship orders are still valid until a new law is in place.The target participants are women and men, aged 30 with beginner to intermediate skills. But if you end up learning a little about the sport your child might be playing, even better!
DATE NIGHT for spouses who are looking for a Co-ED activity to participate in together and any singletons looking to get back onto the ice in a fun, no pressure atmosphere.
Season starts after Thanksgiving and runs until the first week in March.
Home games are played Mondays @ 8pm at the Eastern Shore Arena in Musquodoboit Harbour.
A pre-game warm-up followed by 40 minutes of playing time per session over approximately 6 weeks. Fee includes: RNS and Ringette Canada insurance and membership fees, ice costs, and jersey rental.
Equipment: Facemask mandatory and players to provide their own stick. More information on equipment click here or contact the Co-Ed Masters Coordinator Peter Gilbert ([email protected])Cole Harbour has a Red and a White 18 (Open) team.
Master's Co-ED Game Night: An equal ice time and fun-centric atmosphere similar to Pond Ringette.