Take blahs out of winter with curling

Looking to take up a new hobby throughout the winter months?

Looking to take up a new hobby throughout the winter months? The Chase Curling Club is still looking for members and is offering a variety of packages to choose from.

There is currently room for both teams or individuals in all of the club’s leagues.

If you would like to hit the curling ice but do not have the time to devote your week fully, the club is also looking for spares.

Spares are wanted for all the leagues, and unregistered spares can curl for $15 a game payable by cash or pre-purchased punch card.

For those who would like to try their hand at curling, but are unsure if they would like to commit, drop in to the Chase Curling Rink on Friday night at 6:45 p.m.

The club is offering a trial period where potential members can test out the game without any pressure.

The club will also provide the needed equipment as well as lessons.

Come join in the Friday night fun!

For more information, call Dave Williams at 250-675-3682 or drop by the curling rink.


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