Rules for the Chase the Ace can be found here.
Congratulations to Rob Van Kommer who won the Nov. 17th draw, with a prize total of $52.00. He drew the Jack of Spades, so the running total continues to run.
Our current prize pots are:
THIS WEEK: $0.00 (Restarted at 6:30 PM, Nov. 17)
CHASE THE ACE: $415.50
This weekend Team Zankl qualified for Junior Provincials, winning four straight games in this season's first Q-Spiel at the Callie. Way to go ladies!
(Teagan Zankl, Taylor Stremick, Cassidy Regush, Stephanie Bukarak, Coach Peter Adair)
Congrtulations to Team Deis for winning the event for the second year in a row!
(Ryan Deis, Scott Manners, Jason Barnhart, Kalin Deis)
The Curl Regina AGM will occur on Monday, Nov. 27, 2017 at 5:15 at the Highland Curling Club. For more information, click here for the official AGM Notice.
Regina will be hosting the Tim Horton's Brier in 2018 from March 3 to 10. They are still looking for more volunteers. You can sign up to volunteer at www.curling.ca/2018brier.
This season, we will be holding an Adult Learn to Curl League, intended for curlers who may not feel ready to join a league, but want to curl. This instructional league begins with the basics of curling, progresses into strategy and game situations, and then finishes the season playing games with the group. This will take place on Monday nights from 7-8:30. The proposed start date would be around the last Monday in October, but is dependant on getting enough registrants signed up in time for that date. Fees will be based on the amount of sessions provided. If we can start on time and fit in 18 sessions, the cost will be $270/curler. Please contact the office if you are interested.
The office will be open Mon-Fri from 10:00 am until 7:00 pm, Sat-Sun from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Hours may be extended to start the season, to accomodate registration payments. But you can always register and pay online to bypass the lines!
Congratulations to Pat Bourret and Ted Puszkar of the Highland Curling Club for winning the 2-Person Stick Curling Provincials!
Bernadette has been given Curling Canada's Award of Achievement, and we don't know a person who deserves it more! See more on the story.