FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – It’s hammer time. The Fort St. John Curling Club announced its 2021-2022 programming schedule on Tuesday.
With a range of new and well-established programs, everyone in the community will have a chance to engage and participate in curling events this season.
Executive Director Chris Young says some partnerships with various clubs will offer more recreational sessions throughout the season.
“Along with a full upcoming lineup of fun and refreshing curling programming, we have engaging, recreational sessions occurring throughout each week, thanks to our partners at the Fort St. John Soccer Club, Jazzercize FSJ, and BCR Fitness,” said Young. “And for those looking to host their own events over the fall and winter in our Skybox, we have partnered with NEAT and Meals on Wheels, and our own Playmaker’s staff to provide food and beverage services for events that occur in our facility.”
Here is a list of what’s coming in the next few months at the curling club:
Free curling on September 16th starting at 6 p.m. Register for upcoming leagues and events. Playmaker’s will open at 5:30 p.m. until late.
The first annual curling/golf social, presented by FSJ Curling Club and Links Golf Course will be held on September 17th and 18th. Full teams can enter for $80 per player for two games of curling, nine holes of golf, lunch and dinner in support of Meals on Wheels.
Competitive and recreational leagues start September 21st, every Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Exclusive league for community members 50 years and older. League starts September 22nd, every Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Competitive and recreational leagues start September 22nd, every Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Competitive and recreational leagues start on September 23rd, every Thursday from 6 p.m.
This new, social, and non-competitive experience starts October 1st, every Friday from 7 p.m. There are drop-in options for individuals, couples, and teams. Packages of six weeks can be purchased in advance for a discount. Every sixth week features a dinner in support of Meals on Wheels.
More details to be announced soon. Learn to Curl will start on Mondays in October.
More details will be announced.
The Fort St. John Curling Club was founded in 1946, and it has been at the heart of the North Peace region ever since.
For more information about registration and upcoming events, go to the Fort St. John Curling Club website.