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Try Hockey for Free Day

Try Hockey for Free Day is coming to Foothills Ice Arena on May 23rd!

The Foothills Flyers invite kids ages 4 to 9 to Foothills Ice Arena on Sunday, May 23rd for a Try Hockey for Free clinic as part of our Future Flyers Learn to Play Hockey program.    This event is designed to provide kids the opportunity to try hockey in a FUN, safe environment with trained coaching staff. 

No experience necessary! There will be plenty of assistance on hand to be sure your child has the best first hockey experience and answer any questions you might have. 

Register Here!

All participants must register for the event at the link above.


| Ages

Kids Ages 4-9
No Hockey Experience Needed!

| Dates

Sunday, May 23 
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

| Cost

FREE!

Register Here!

All participants must register for the event at the link above.


| Location

Foothills Ice Arena
2250 S Kipling St
Lakewood, CO 80227

| Contact Us

Gabe Gauthier

Hockey Director


| Important Notes

Registration: All participants must be registered prior to the event.  There will be no day-of event walkups.  Register Here.

Check-In: Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the event start for check-in and equipment fitting.

What to Bring: We encourage those who have access to equipment to please bring it.  If you do not have any equipment, you will need to bring:

  • A loose-fitting pair of sweatpants or snow pants
  • A pair of gloves or mittens (they don't need to be hockey gloves)
  • A helmet (A bicycle or skateboard helmet is fine.)
  • A Smile :)

What will be Provided: We have a limited amount of equipment available for you borrow.  If you have equipment questions, please let us know.


| Dealing With the Uncertainty of COVID-19

The number one priority of Foothills Hockey Association is to ensure the health and safety of all athletes .  All participants must follow the protocols and procedures established by the host facility and by Foothills Hockey Association.  

Each participant will be provided with updated protocols prior to the start of the program.  

Protocols are subject to change at any time and may include but are not limited to: reduction in the number of participants, wearing face coverings (on and off the ice), availability of dressing rooms, limited or no spectators, etc.


Any participant that violates protocol will be expelled from the facility and removed from the program without a refund.