A Nelson Curling Centre instructor shows a group of first-time curlers where to aim their rocks at during Family Fun Day on Saturday.

Nelson Curling Centre hosts family fun day

Instructors were on hand to teach first-time curlers basic techniques out on the ice and get them ready to start a game.

Nelson Curling Centre hosted an Open House and Family Fun Day on Saturday, inviting the public to try out the sport and/or sign up for a curling program or league. Instructors were on hand to teach first-time curlers basic techniques out on the ice and get them ready to start a game. The Curling Centre will also be offering a 6-week Learn to Curl program, beginning Monday, October 27. To learn more see nelsoncurling.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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