Next week is your chance to dive into curling.

Everything you wanted to know about curling but were afraid to ask

Has watching curling intrigued you from the armchair?

Has watching curling intrigued you from the armchair? Do you always call the right shot from this front row seat? Are you always saying to yourself, “I would really like to try curling one day” and then put it on your bucket list? Or, is it a sport that you have no knowledge about and what to try something new?

Well, the opportunity has arrived for you to go to your local curling centre, pick up a broom and learn how to deliver a rock and have a rockin’ good time while doing it.

The Nelson Curling Centre is offering five nights where curling games will be organized with on-ice instruction while playing the game and all this for only $50 per person, equipment provided. After having this exciting learning experience, they will personally assist you in seeing if there is an opportunity to join a league of your choice, if you want to continue with the season.

Join them for five evenings starting on Monday, November 7 by pre-registering at 250-352-3058. You can come as an individual or with a group.

The Nelson Curling Centre is always welcoming new members of all ages and experience and will continue offering fun and exciting events throughout the season. Visit for more information on the Nelson Curling Centre.


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