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By Ontario Minor Hockey Association, 09/21/18, 9:45AM EDT

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The 19th Annual OMHA Hockey Festival presented by Froster Active Kids

It's the start of the hockey season but don't miss your chance to attend this fun one of a kind event!

Register now for the best year-end festival! Simply fill out the form below and take advantage of the Early Bird pricing before November 30th – over $150 in savings.

  • Before November 30th - $550
  • After November 30th - $700

The OMHA Hockey Festival presented by FROSTER ACTIVE KIDS is open to Tyke, Novice, Atom, Peewee, and new for this year, Bantam house and local league OMHA teams to register. The event is set to go March 29th to March 31st, 2019 at Iroquois Park Sports Centre in Whitby, Ontario.

All teams can participate in the FUN Zone that features special guests, prizing, interactive booths from across the hockey world, and other fun activities both on and off the ice!

The OMHA Hockey Festival presented by Froster Active Kids sells out quickly, so be sure to register your team today!

This Festival does not count towards a team's overall season tournament total. All teams are guaranteed three games with three ten minute periods.


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TESTIMONIALS

"The festival was the perfect way to finish the season. The kids were always busy and there were activities for everyone in the family." - Jim W., Alliston

"It can be tough to find tournaments for house league teams but this festival was the perfect fit." - Jenny C., Clarington

"This isn't like a regular hockey tournament. The whole team had a blast both on and off the ice and we can't wait to come back." - Maria M., Whitby


For More Information:

Dan Clement

For more information about Circle K and Froster Active Kids please visit the Circle K website or the Festivals page.


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