The Community Athlete Pathway is for the athlete who is seeking sport for life opportunities and broadly includes athletes starting at U12 through to adult teams. Teams in this pathway can be co-ed in formation. Competition is primarily regional with optional travel.
The Zone competitive sport program is for athletes that are seeking a daily training environment that will meet their needs as an athlete to develop, grow and compete.
Athletes competing in these Competitive Divisions will be on an athlete pathway working towards competing at local and out-of-province tournaments, at Provincial Championships, and to qualify for Western Canadian Ringette Championships.
PGRA offers Power to Play (PTP) programs in hopes to give children the opportunity to learn to skate and learn the basics of Ringette.
These sessions are usually ran in the springtime.
This 18+ Co-ed adult recreation option offers consistent weekly ice times and location with the focus on playing the game!
Part-time and full-time registrations are available.