A fun, free event for the kiddos is happening on Saturday.

Hockey is a great sport for kids to learn about teamwork and this weekend, there's a way your kid can learn about the sport for free in the Quad Cities.

Quad City Hockey Association will host Try Hockey For Free this Saturday (November 4th) at The River's Edge ice rink in downtown Davenport from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Hey, it's free for you and it keeps the kids entertained for an hour. Score.

Your kid doesn't need any skating experience or hockey gear to participate.

What You Need To Bring

If you don't have hockey gear, you can bring a bike helmet for your kid to wear, and make sure they are wearing (what they should be wearing anyway since it's cold): a loose-fitting pair of sweatpants or snow pants and gloves (any kind is fine). The River's Edge will have skates that your kid can use.

Try Hockey For Free is open to kids ages 4-17. You're asked to get there 30 minutes early to check in and get fitted for skates.

There will be plenty of youth hockey coaches on the ice ready to help the kiddos out and learn the basics of skating and hockey and have fun for an hour. If your kid has ever expressed any kind of interest in hockey, or really any kind of team sport, this is definitely the time to see if they'd like to learn to play.

You can register for Try Hockey For Free on QCHA's website.

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