The roaring game is roaring back for another season.
The Nanaimo Curling Centre is getting ready to offer another full slate of programs, clubs and leagues for curlers of all ages and abilities.
“There’s always a spot for everybody,” said Denise Wood, NCC manager.
The curling centre will hold its annual open house weekend starting Friday (Sept. 21) from noon-9 p.m. and continuing Saturday and Sunday from noon-5 p.m. both days. Anyone is welcome to stop by the facility on Wall Street to learn information and sign up for one of the novice clinics that will be held Monday (Sept. 24) and Sept. 25 in the afternoons and evenings.
This season, as always, there are men’s, women’s and mixed leagues at the NCC, plus senior men’s and women’s clubs.
The Wednesday night adult learn-to-curl program will be tweaked this fall, said Wood, becoming more structured with more instructors and more emphasis on teaching the game.
An after-school program for curlers ages 10-18 goes Mondays and Thursdays. Wheelchair curling is held Wednesday mornings and Special Olympics curlers take the ice Thursday afternoons.
For more information, please visit www.nanaimocurlingclub.ca or call 250-734-3474.