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Castlegar's first sturling mini-spiel coming Friday

In the curling world, like other activities, it can be the accessories that make the difference.

This Friday, December 7, the Castlegar Curling Club will be having a mini spiel from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. using the curling stick. Everyone will be using it, including seasoned curlers, just to show how easy it is to use one. So, if you’d like to watch or join in, or just curious, just come on down or phone Bob Maloff  at the club, 250-365-6666, for further info. This will be especially for those who cannot get down to the ice and back up again, or for someone who’s had knee/hip surgery.

Stick curling, or sturling, has become popular throughout Canada.

 

No more excuses eh – come and join in and have some fun.

 

 

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