Register Now for “Try Hockey For Free Day”

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Try Hockey For Free
Charles M. Schulz – Highland Arena
800 South Snelling Avenue, St. Paul
Saturday, March 1, 2014; FREE!

On the fence about making the investment to put your kid in hockey? I understand. I’ve been there myself. And I highly recommend you give the sport a try for free this Saturday at the Charles M. Schulz – Highland Arena. Hosted by the Edgumbe and Highland Central Hockey Associations of St. Paul, the event gives kids a shot at experiencing the basics of hockey without financial commitment. It’s strictly for fun! Plus, coaches will be on hand to offer tips and provide equipment.

REGISTER now for the event at the Highland Arena. Two time slots available at 1pm and 2:10pm. For other participating Try Hockey events in the Twin Cities Metro, click here.

Who knows? This might be the beginning of a lifelong love of hockey. It certainly helps us get through our long Minnesota winters!

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Anne Kingston

If we left it up to Anne to write her own bio, it would never get posted. She doesn't enjoy talking about herself, but Anne does love exploring the Twin Cities with her family and sharing her finds here. She, her husband and their four kids are lifelong residents of St. Paul.

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