EGHA Learn to Play Registration
EGHA does not currently have a Learn to Play Program scheduled for the 2018-2019 season. As more information becomes available, this page will be updated.
Registration Process - EGHA Learn to Play Program:
Players who are registering for the Learn to Play Program, please register online at Edmonton Girls Hockey online registration. Please submit the following documents to the Registrar at email@example.com.
- copy of Alberta Health Care Card
- copy of Birth Certificate
- Registration fees are $99 for the Learn to Play Program
- If you need equipment (skates are not provided), you may opt in to use EGHA supplied equipment.
- If you opt in to the EGHA supplied equipment, you must select the $200 equipment deposit at the time of registration. You will then have the option to pay the $200 deposit at the time of registration, or you may select the installment option which will allow you to schedule a payment of $200 for November 6.
- Payments can be made by credit card at the time of registration, or by etransfer.
- If you are paying by etransfer, the deposit of $200 must be paid at the time of registration.
- Etransfers are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org using the word registration as the password. PLEASE INCLUDE your player's name and category (learn to play) in the notes field of your etransfer so it is clear where the payment is to be applied to. When completing the online registration, please select "other" if you are paying by etransfer.
- If the equipment deposit is paid up front, and you choose to not keep the equipment, the $200 deposit will be refunded to the credit card used at the time of payment, if paid by credit card, or by etransfer if paid by etransfer
- If the equipment deposit is scheduled for November 6, your credit card will be charged if you keep the equipment or the payment will be cancelled if you choose to return the equipment to EGHA prior to November 5.
- A $30 credit will be applied to your daughter's registration fees if she chooses to enroll in any EGHA category upon completion of the EGHA Learn to Play Program.
EGHA Learn to Play Program
Open to players 4-7 years of age
Days to be confirmed
Location to be confirmed
Time to be confirmed
Cost: To be confirmed
Updated May 27, 2018