Curling season has started again in Ashcroft

Club has some new members and looking for more newcomers to join

It is time again to think about curling for the 2018/19 season.

The Ashcroft Curling Club held its annual general meeting on Oct. 4 and organizers were pleased to see such a great turnout and welcomed to some new members to the club.

The ice is in and was ready for curling on Oct. 16 for the afternoon senior league, which started at 1 p.m.

Folks do not need to be on a team to participate; they just have the desire to curl.

It’s a lot of fun, so come on down and join in.

The evening league started at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 17. Again you do not need to be on a team. Just come on down and you will get on a team.

Coming events

• Oct. 27 – Starting at 10 a.m. come on down and curl in the Halloween Funspiel. The cost is $20 each There will be four end games, prizes for best costume and a potluck luncheon. There will be a sign up sheet at the club or you can call 250-453-9665.

• Curl BC playdowns in Ashcroft: Dec. 7-9 Men/Women under 21 open; Jan. 25-27 Masters; and Feb. 22-24 under 18 open.

Join the fun

Have you thought about curling, but not sure what it is all about?

Come on down to the curling rink on Oct. 21 and 22 from 7 to 9 p.m. and try out the game.

All you need is a clean pair of shoes and the will to try a great social game.

These two nights are for teens and adults and costs $30 for the two nights.

If you absolutely love the game and want to join our league play, we will take that $30 off the cost of the league.

On Oct. 22 from 1 to 3 p.m., we will be there for children ages seven years and up so they can try the game as well.

The cost is $15. Please bring a clean pair of shoes and a helmet for your child.

If there is room on the ice, we are willing to teach the parents as well. The cost would be $15.

So come on down give this great social game a chance. The club have great ice and great people to welcome you.

We hope to see you all on the ice.



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