Hallowe’en funspiel last Saturday at the Ashcroft Curling Club

Curling season opens to all

League play is Tuesday and Thursday, soon to include Friday fun nights.

Curling is up and running but we have plenty of room for new or recycled curlers. Come on out and enjoy a night of fun.

League play is Tuesday and Thursday, and in a few weeks we are going to try a fun night on Fridays. On the fun nights you do not have to be a member and it will only cost $5 each to try different games of curling – yes, there is more than one type. So watch for the advertisements for when the fun nights will start.

All we ask is you have a clean pair of shoes and we will supply the broom for the night.

Now for the dreaded word, Christmas. Are you thinking about parties already? If you need a place to hold a party, contact either Janet at 453-9665 or Andrea at 453-9100 to ask about rates, etc.

Janet Quesnel

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