Are you looking for a fun, non-contact inline hockey experience for your kids? If so, you might be interested in checking out the City of Port Coquitlam's spring inline hockey program.
Open to both male and female participants, the program is non-contact and focuses on fun, safety and skill development for younger players, according to a press release. The program offers four age divisions, and each plays a one-hour game, once a week, at the Port Coquitlam Recreation Complex.
The four divisions are: . Six to eight years old - build inline skating and hockey skill development, learn about positions, and play non-competitive games. Includes eight one-hour games on Sunday mornings from April 14 to June 23.
. Nine to 12 years old - continue to build inline skating and hockey skills while playing eight non-competitive games on Sunday mornings from April 14 to June 23.
. Thirteen to 16 years old - increase game and skill level while maintaining a recreational level of competitiveness.
Includes eight one-hour games on Friday evenings from April 12 to June 21.
. Seventeen to 20 years old - offers a continuum for older participants to increase their level of competitiveness while still ensuring safety and the non-contact aspects of the game. Includes 10 one-hour games Monday evenings from April 15 to June 24.
For more information about the program or coaching, visit www.portcoquitlam.ca/inline. To register, call 604-927-PLAY.