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February 21, 2016 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm$20 – $40
Sunday, February 21 – 6 to 9 p.m.
Burlington Golf and Country Club
422 North Shore Blvd East, Burlington (map)
Registration online only, please see link below.
Prepare for the Curling TEST on Feb 21 RIGHT HERE!
Dinner – Chili, Vegetarian option (salad), Tea, Coffee (6 to 7 p.m. including ‘in lounge’ instruction)
Instruction – In lounge – during dinner, plus on-ice at 7 p.m. (everything you need to know)
Equipment – Grippers, Broom – supplied
Curling – after on-ice instruction, until 9 p.m.
Strict Dress Code in effect
Please bring a pair of CLEAN comfortable shoes that have NOT been worn outside, such as indoor running shoes. Outdoor shoes will not be allowed on the ice. We advise CLEAN running shoes only.
Please wear comfortable, warm clothing that you can move in. Dress warmly, in layers. We advise curling pants or nylon track/golf pants or equivalent. No sweat pants in club on in the rink. Neat, clean jeans can be worn in the clubhouse but not in the rink. Dockers are fine.
Dinner, Instruction, Equipment, Curling – $40
Dinner and cheering only – $20
If you wish register as a couple/team – please indicate the names of your team during registration. If you have curled before, please let us know your level (novice, intermediate, experienced) to help us with assigning of teams.
Space is limited. Register and pay below or at Curling Rocks!
TOP FIVE SIGNS YOU ARE HAVING A BAD GAME:
- You throw out your knee in the first end and your team-mates don’t even notice.
- Your skip keeps saying, “Nice try!”
- While you’re in the washroom, your team-mates sneak away to the bar.
- The Ice-maker starts heckling you.
- Your sweepers burst into laughter when you release your rock.
- February 21, 2016
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- $20 – $40
- Burlington Golf and Country Club
422 North Shore Blvd East,
Burlington, Ontario Canada + Google Map
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