The Nelson Curling Club.

Curling club prepares for season

Are you ready to rock? The Nelson Curling Club might be the perfect outlet.

Are you ready to rock?

The Nelson Curling Club might be the perfect outlet.

The local club is starting to put in the ice sheets in preparation for next week’s open house events that run Wednesday to Friday. The open house goes Wednesday between 6 and 9 p.m. where the public is invited to practice or simply try it out. There will be veteran curlers on hand to help introduce and inspire.

Also Wednesday at 6:45 p.m., the club is inviting women interested in giving the sport a go to a special practice session.

On Friday there will be an opening season part at the club starting at 7 p.m. and running until 9. That will also be a chance for practice and registering for league play which begins on October 15.

For more information the Nelson Curling Club and its programs call Allison Sutherland at 250-229-4511.

 

 

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