Mixed Curling looking for new players

Registration is open for the Castlegar Curling Club's mixed league

Curling season is fast approaching and the Castlegar Mixed Curling league is looking for new teams to join in on the winter fun. The league is open to new curlers as well as those with years of experience.

Games are played on Friday nights at 7:00 p.m. mid-October through late March. The two hour games are followed by an opportunity to talk strategy and socialize with the other teams.

The league is flexible, allowing any combination of men and ladies as long as the group is mixed. If committing to every week is a problem, they also allow teams to be made up of more than four players who then alternate who plays each week.

If you do not have a team but would like to join one, the organizers will help you connect with a team looking for a player.

If you have any questions or would like to register, call Shawn Biln at 250-365-7813.

 

 

 

 

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