Barrie Ringette Families,
After much hard work we are excited to announce our fall programming and fees. (BDRA) will be holding a nine (9) week house league program beginning the week after Thanksgiving and ending just prior to Christmas. The age groups will be set at U8, U10, U12 and U16 and each will be restricted to a maximum of fifty (50) players, in accordance with the provincial regulations for Stage 3. In addition, each team will be restricted to a maximum of twelve players to ensure conformance with City of Barrie requirements for a maximum of twenty-five (25) players on the ice at one time. Each house league team in U10, U12 and U16 divisions will have fifteen (15) ice times split between modified games and practice. Each house league team in the U8 division will have nine (9) practices and four (4) small ice games (total thirteen ice times).
Year of Birth
U8 Fun 2
2013 and under
18 plus also an option for those in U19
*** U14 and U16 AGE PLAYERS WILL PLAY IN THE U16 HOUSE LEAGUE ***
Fees for 2020 Fall Ringette Programming
House League Fees
The House League fee schedule applies to those players wishing to play House League Only.
Additional skill development sessions will be provided for interested players
These fees include all House League ice plus additional skill development sessions.
Regional based Skill Development Fees
Provincial based Skill Development Fees
Please note, that no Regional or Provincial teams are being formed at this point.
If you have already registered for our House League program, please follow the link below and register again. Due to the current situation, we have had to add important information to the registration process as well as options for payment.
Players wishing to join the Additional skills development sessions will have to chose both the House League and the desired skills development sessions during the registration process.
Options for payment. You can choose a one-timeinstallment or three installments due on September 15th, October 15th and November 15th.
To register please follow this link.
Although every effort will be made to ensure participant health and safety this season, we would encourage participants and their families to evaluate their current health status including that of those you are in close contact with prior to registering to play Ringette for 2020-2021. If the Ringette participant or anyone they are in close contact with is deemed higher risk please consult with your medical practitioner prior to registering to play. Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) currently describes high risk as anyone with compromised immune systems, those with co-existing medical conditions such as: diabetes, cardiac disease, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease and higher thromboembolism risk, severe asthma, chronic lung conditions and auto immune diseases
It is with regret that, due to the current COVID restrictions, BDRA will not be able to provide a Learn-to-skate (LTS) program for the fall session. We will re-evaluate the possibility of running our LTS program in the second half as we get closer to the new year.
Please read about our return to play protocols and COVID safety measures here.