The CVRD is hosting a Tiny Tot Hockey alumni game on Friday

Calling all Tiny Tot Hockey alumni

Reunion game set for Oct. 23 at Comox Valley Sports Centre Arena #2

The Comox Valley Regional District’s (CVRD) Sports Centre is holding a Tiny Tot Hockey alumni game on Friday, Oct. 23 and is putting a call out to current and past participants of the program to come and play in a fun game with their peers and coaches.

The Tiny Tot Hockey program was launched at the Sports Centre in 1994 and teaches basic hockey skills and drills for kids aged three to seven years.

“For the past 21 years this program has been offered year-round and many of the program’s participants still demonstrate their love of the game by playing in leagues and recreationally,” said the CVRD’s marketing specialist Robyn Butler. “We’re looking forward to seeing lots of players come hit the ice and show us what they’re made of. It’s sure to be a fun event with lots of celebration and spirit.”

The game takes place on a School District 71 Pro-D day, from 1:15- 3:15 p.m. in Arena #2 for a $2.25 admission rate. The game will be played on shared ice during the “everyone welcome” skate. To save your spot, call the Sports Centre at 250-334-9622, ext. 2, by Oct. 16 and put your name on the roster. Full gear is required to play and all participants will receive a treat to enjoy after the game.

 

For more information on the current Tiny Tot Hockey program, as well as other sports and aquatic centre programs and schedules, visit comoxvalleyrd.ca/rec.

 

 

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