Students can range from anyone from grades 1-12, and students must either play the position of third or skip during a team’s games, which usually consist of four to six ends.
The bonspiel is open to both male and female participants, and welcomes curlers of all skill levels.
Last year, the tournament drew 21 different teams onto the ice.
Participants will receive dinner, along with the opportunity to win door prizes, as well as the option to compete in a skills competition.
The cost to enter is $80 and the deadline to register for the bonspiel is this Wednesday, March 13. To sign up for the bonspiel contact Wendy at 250-789-9089.