Subscribe to Website Calendar to Stay On Schedule, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Nov 15, 2016 | Marilynn Thivierge | 743 views
Subscribe to Website Calendar to Stay On Schedule
The most popular way to use the website is to check the calendar to keep track of your team's schedule. Our website permits you to subscribe to your team calendar.




The most popular way to use the website is to check the calendar to keep track of your team's schedule. Our website permits you to subscribe to your team calendar.

This is a great way to put your hockey events into your favourite calendar/planner app (like Outlook or Google Calendar).

Note this is a “live” calendar feed, so if and when updates (additions/cancellations) are added to your team calendar, they should be updated automatically in your favourite calendar program. 

Early in the season, your hockey calendar may contain information (e.g., Skills & Drills, IP skate information) that may not be relevant to you, as this information has been posted for everyone to see until all the teams are selected. To avoid this issue, you may want to wait until tryouts are over to follow these steps. 

To make use of this calendar click on subscribe on the bottom of the Home page. You are also able to subscribe to more than one team.


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Tim Horton's
THE FIRST GOAL IS HAVING FUN. The Timbits Minor Sports Program is a community-oriented sponsorship program that provides opportunities for kids aged four to nine to play house league sports. The philosophy of the program is not based on winning or losing, but on learning a new sport, making new friends, and just being a kid. Tim Hortons currently supports more than 300,000 children on teams in hockey, soccer, ringette, lacrosse, softball and baseball leagues in Canada. Our sponsorship includes jerseys, coaching tools, participation medals and a local “Timbits Jamboree” to help kick off, or wrap up each season. For more information on registering for a Timbits Program in your community, please contact your local minor sports association.