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RINGETTE SUMMER CAMP 2021

 


    

We are pleased to announce that we will once again be hosting our three summer camps in August. 

It is important to understand that some modifications will be necessary to our usual summer camp program this year. Therefore, if you choose to register please keep that in mind. The safety of everyone involved with our summer camps will be our first and highest priority!

In the event the summer camp you register in is cancelled outright, as a result of Covid19 related issues, you will receive a full refund of the registration fee you paid. If the camp goes ahead, and you choose to withdraw your child, then our standard cancellation policy applies. Details of this policy are shown on the camp registration form.

We anticipate having a number of Covid19 protocols in place at our camps. What exactly those may be will be clearly communicated to you prior to the start of camp. We appreciate there are different points of view about some aspects of Covid19, however, we reserve the right to remove any camper, or their family, from our camps if the Covid19 protocols we have in place are not being respected and followed. We will strictly adhere to any and all government Covid19 rules and guidelines, as well as, any pronouncements by Ringette Alberta.

All camp instructors will have had at least one Covid19 vaccination shot in order to provide an increased level of protection for your child.

Our 2021 Summer Ringette Skills Development Camps will happen on the following dates and at the following locations:

August 9 - 13 at the Leduc Recreation Centre
August 16 - 20 at Servus Place in St. Albert
August 23 - 27 at Millennium Place in Sherwood Park

All camps are five full days in duration, 9 am - 4 pm, daily.

Summer Ringette Skills Development Camps are for U-10 through U-16 aged players. Each age group is limited to 30 participants (28 skaters & 2 goalies) to ensure a very favorable student/instructor ratio, which is the hallmark of our Summer Ringette camps.

It is important to note that Summer Ringette Skills Development Camps are not designed, nor intended, to be solely conditioning camps. While a high activity level is present in many areas of the camps, the main focus is to develop and improve ringette skills, as well as contribute to the overall development of the athlete.

The power skating component of the camps will be taught by Jim Fleming, who is an acknowledged expert with more than 30 years of power skating experience.

All other areas of the camps will be taught by members of the four time Canadian National Champion University Ringette Team. With an average of 15 years of playing experience, summer camp instructors are some of the most skilled university ringette players in Canada today and are equipped with a wealth of ringette knowledge that will undoubtedly improve any young player's ringette skills. As well, University Ringette players are great role models for your daughter, demonstrating first hand that excellence in athletics and academics can go hand in hand.

All University Ringette Team members are full time students at one of the following universities: MacEwan, Alberta, Concordia or NAIT. Ringette scholarships, totalling $50,000 annually, are available exclusively to members of the University Ringette Team as they pursue excellence in academics and ringette.

The University Ringette team's goalie will be on hand at the camps to work with any individuals wishing to receive goaltending instruction. Only 2 registrations per age group will be accepted for this specialized area.

Number of camp spots available as of June 2, 2021

                                                            U10            U12            U14/16

Leduc camp                                         23               13                 Full

St. Albert camp                                    11               Full               Full

Sherwood Park camp                          17               Full               Full

 

Ringette Skills Development Summer Camps are made possible through the financial and managerial support of the Friends of Ringette Society.
 

  

  


 

The University Ringette Team is comprised of student athletes attending the University of Alberta and MacEwan University. The various fields of study being pursued by these 18 players include: engineering, nursing, physiotherapy, law enforcement, education, medicine, kinesiology and veterinary medicine.