Last updated DECEMBER 13, 2020.

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Below are familiar Christmas terms and what they mean to curlers:

BY JOE PAVIA.

Advent: What you rant about when you see the same commercials time-after-time on curling broadcasts.

Baubles: What you’re doing when you play with the rock handle too much on delivery.

Bells: What you wish someone would ring when you’re 45 minutes late starting your game because of the extra end on your sheet.

Candle: What you sometimes can’t hold when playing a great team.

Carols: She’s your wife and vice in mixed and you’re not taking her advice under any circumstances.

Christmas cards: The people who joke the most at your club’s Christmas party.

Comet: Describes how fast your team went from “A” flight to elimination.

Dancer: What you are as you try not to slip on the ice.

Dasher: The opposition player who leaves before your drink is bought.

Donner: The term given to a curler who always has to have the latest fashions.

Dove: Not the bird you give the other team.

Epiphany: What you have when you realize your skip really isn’t very good.

Frankincense: Your skip’s name and what he gets when you miss a shot.

Gift: What you get when they flash an open hit and you are laying three.

Holly: She was the last dancer when your rink visited the “ballet” during the bonspiel.

Mistletoe: How fast your foot moves when you kick another team’s butt.

North Pole: One of four on the stage at the “ballet.”

Prancer: The flamboyant guy on sheet 3.

Reindeer: The answer the ice maker gives his wife when she asks “Dear what’s the worst condition to install ice?”

Sleigh: What you did to your opponents after they shook in just three ends.

Star of Bethlehem: Where the best skip in Israel lives.

Stocking: What never keeps your foot warm on the ice.

Twelve Days of Christmas: The amount of time you have to get your curling shoes fixed before the season resumes.

Wise Men: Not your three teammates.

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HERE IS SOMETHING REFRESHING… LOCAL BONSPIEL NEWS

“GoodBye 2020” 1-day Cash Spiel Rideau Curling Club – Jan 2, 2021

We are hosting a fun one-day cash spiel at the Rideau Curling Club, in keeping with the spirit and letter of COVID-19 regulations. Open team format. We are running on a best-effort basis, keeping everyone as safe as possible. Masks will be worn at all times.

2 sections, 8 teams each section. This is restricted to teams (all players) from:
1) Ottawa Valley – Kingston – Cornwall area.
2) Green / Yellow / Orange areas.
3) No Players or coaches from Red or Lockdown regions, even if “home for the holidays”

Cost $250 per team. 2 games guaranteed, plus championship game.
Prize money (each draw) $500 first place, $250, $150, $100 (assuming full registration) Game times: early section: 8:00am, 2:00pm

Late section: 10:45am, 4:45pm
Championship game 8:00pm (times may be adjusted slightly)

Games are 8 ends, with time constraints. Hoping to use timeclocks.
MASKS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES. Including on ice, sweeping, and throwing. One sweeper for the duration of any shot.

We will update food options closer to Jan 2.
Outdoor shoes are not allowed past front entrance of the Rideau Curling Club.

If Ottawa remains in COVID-Orange, only the players and 2 coaches will be allowed into the building (Teams must identify coaches. No coach qualification required, only positive attitude.) If Ottawa moves into COVID-Yellow for the event, spectators (max 4 per team, plus coach) are welcome to support the club, while watching the games.
If Ottawa moves to COVID-Red or Lockdown, the event is canceled and money will be returned.

Entries

  • Player names
  • Contact information email and phone
  • Home Club
  • Coach name(s)
  • Section preference (not guaranteed)
  • Certification that no players or coaches are from Red or lockdown regions. Questions and entries to Rick Collins Rick@iRick.ca
    Your entry is confirmed when email is received and money has been e-transferred.

(by e-mail to Rick@iRIck.ca) must include:

  • Player names
  • Contact information email and phone
  • Home Club
  • Coach name(s)
  • Section preference (not guaranteed)
  • Certification that no players or coaches are from Red or lockdown regions. Questions and entries to Rick Collins Rick@iRick.ca
    Your entry is confirmed when email is received and money has been e-transferred.

Rideau Open Junior Cash Spiel Dec 28-29, 2020

We are hosting a Youth Competition at the Rideau Curling Club, in keeping with the spirit and letter of COVID-19 regulations. This is being run on a best-effort basis, with my intention of keeping us as safe as possible. Masks will be worn at all times.

U18 and U21 divisions. 8 teams each. This is restricted to teams (all players) from both:
1) Ottawa Valley – Kingston – Cornwall area.
2) Green / Yellow / Orange areas. No members from Red or Grey (Lockdown) regions. 3) No Players or coaches from Red or Lockdown regions, even if “home for the holidays”

Cost $300 per team.
3 games. Self-seeding email when entries confirmed.
Prize money (each age division) $500 first place, $250, $150, $100 (assuming full registration) Game times: U18: Dec 28 8:30am, 2:30pm, Dec 29 11:30am

U21: Dec 28 11:30am, Dec 29 8:30am, 2:30pm (times may be adjusted slightly)

Games are 8 ends, with time constraints. Hoping to use timeclocks (second coaches:). MASKS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES. Including on ice, sweeping, and throwing.
One sweeper for the duration of any shot.

We will update food options closer to Dec 28.
Outdoor shoes are not allowed past front entrance of the Rideau Curling Club.

If Ottawa remains in COVID-Orange, only the players and 2 coaches will be allowed into the building. Teams must identify coaches. No coach qualifications required, only positive attitude. If Ottawa moves into COVID-Yellow for the event, parents (max 4 parents per team, plus coach) are welcome to support the club, while watching the games.
If Ottawa moves to COVID-Red or Lockdown, the event is canceled and money will be returned.

Entries

  • Player names
  • Contact information email and phone
  • Home Club
  • Coach name(s)
  • Age preference (U18/U21 as of July 1, 2020)
  • Certification that no players or coaches are from Red or lockdown regions. Questions and entries to Rick Collins Rick@iRick.ca
    Your entry is confirmed when email is received and money has been e-transferred.

(by e-mail to Rick@iRIck.ca) must include:

  • Player names
  • Contact information email and phone
  • Home Club
  • Coach name(s)
  • Age preference (U18/U21 as of July 1, 2020)
  • Certification that no players or coaches are from Red or lockdown regions. Questions and entries to Rick Collins Rick@iRick.ca
    Your entry is confirmed when email is received and money has been e-transferred.

Sportsnet Sets Sights on Hosting Two Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling Events in Calgary Hub City

– Curling’s premier series plans return to play with Princess Auto Players’ Championship and Humpty’s Champions Cup events –
– Grand Slam competition aims to take place in Calgary hub city created by Curling Canada –
–  Proposed hub city events to follow strict health guidelines to prioritize the safety of all involved –

December 3, 2020 – The world’s best curlers look to once again take centre stage as Sportsnet today announces its plans to host Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling events – the Princess AutoPlayers’ Championship and Humpty’s Champions Cup – in 2021. To ensure the health and safety of all involved, Sportsnet has partnered with Curling Canada to explore hosting both Grand Slam events within a hub city at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.

With provisional approval from Alberta Health and pending Federal government approval, the curling hub city approach will give curlers from around the globe the opportunity to continue their season within a safe and secure environment. Conditional on complete government approval, these proposed events will adhere to strict health guidelines to prioritize the safety of players, staff and all involved.

“Exploring the hub city concept allows Sportsnet to support curlers as they return to the game they love, while delivering world-class competition to fans across Canada,” said Rob Corte, Vice President, Sportsnet and NHL Production. “The safety and well-being of all those involved, including players, staff and organizers, will be of primary importance as we work hand-in-hand with our partners and health officials to host a safe and responsible event for all.”

In keeping with hub city health protocols, the Princess Auto Players’ Championship and Humpty’s Champions Cup events would be closed to the general public to ensure the safety of players and employees. Live end-to-end coverage of the proposed premier curling events will be available to Canadian fans exclusively on Sportsnet and via live stream on SN NOW.

Over the coming months, local event organizers will continue to work with the Public Health Agency of Canada to finalize event plans and health protocols. Confirmed event dates, competition format, prize money and broadcast details will be announced at a later date.

OTTAWA LOSES MEN’S WORLDS BUT EXPECT TO SEE IT HERE IN 2023.


For Immediate Release
Dec. 1, 2020
Curling Canada aims to hold
series of events in hub city
A condensed series of Curling Canada Season of Champions championship events will be scheduled for 2021 in a hub city, no-fans, safe environment, it was announced today.Curling Canada aspires to hold the 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, the World Men’s Curling Championship and the Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.Dates for the events will be announced later as Curling Canada works with local, provincial and national health authorities to set up the facility in a so-called bubble environment. As always, TSN and RDS, Curling Canada’s longtime broadcaster of Season of Champions events, will televise the championships.“No one can deny that these are challenging times, and not just for curling, obviously, but we also know how important these events are to the athletes, to our partners and, of course, to our fans,” said Katherine Henderson, Chief Executive Officer of Curling Canada. “It is thanks largely to the commitment of our business partners that we are able to have ambitions of holding some of our events, giving the best curling fans in the world something to look forward to in the new year. The support from the City of Calgary and the Province of Alberta also was appreciated, as they share our aspirations of making these events happen as safely and responsibly as possible.”Added Henderson: “That we have hopes of staging any events at all is thanks in large part to funding provided through Sport Canada to help national amateur sports organizations such as Curling Canada stay viable during the pandemic.”The goal will be to hold events in a bubble environment in Calgary, using lessons learned from similar setups for the National Hockey League and the National Basketball Association playoffs to keep athletes, officials and the host community safe and secure.Curling Canada has received provisional approval for the hub city concept and health protocols from Alberta Health and is continuing to consult with the Public Health Agency of Canada, and will continue working closely with both agencies to ensure the health of athletes, officials and the host community.The protocols will continue to evolve, in consultation with health authorities, and won’t be finalized until shortly before the beginning of the events.Because 2021 world championships are still scheduled for women’s, men’s and mixed doubles, with all three playing prominent roles in deciding which countries qualify for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, there was an even higher level of importance in staging the Season of Champions events, and giving Canada’s high-performance curling athletes the chance to compete, in a safe environment.“It’s exciting news, and as a team we’re very pleased to see that such a high priority is being placed on the safety of the athletes and those involved in putting on the championships,” said Brad Gushue, skip of the reigning Canadian champs from St. John’s, who have the defending champion Team Canada berth in the 2021 Tim Hortons Brier. “We’re looking forward to playing events — if there’s a safe way to play them, let’s get them played. Other sports are playing, and the NHL and NBA have shown that it can be done safely, so I believe we can do the same in curling.”“It’s been a difficult few months, obviously, so I’m very happy to see these events taking place in a safe environment, and very happy for the fans as they will have something to look forward to,” added Kerri Einarson, whose Gimli, Man., team prevailed at the 2020 Scotties and will be Team Canada in the 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. “We understand these are strange times with some accompanying challenges that go beyond sport, but as athletes, we embrace challenges and will do our best to thrive under whatever circumstances we find ourselves in.”The scheduled host cities for the 2021 Season of Champions events (Fredericton, N.B., for the Home Hardware Canada Cup; Oakville, Ont., for the Continental Cup; Thunder Bay, Ont., for the Scotties; Kelowna, B.C., for the Tim Hortons Brier; and Ottawa for the World Men’s Curling Championship) have all graciously agreed to host Curling Canada championships in the future.The Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary played host to the 2015 Continental Cup, and has a superb setup to allow the safe staging of the 2021 championships.The dates and sequence of events won’t be announced until all logistical details have been ironed out with the host facility and local and provincial health authorities, with ongoing communication taking place with National Team Program athletes who have aspirations of competing in the events.For health and safety reasons, there will be no Wild Card play-in game the night before the start of round-robin play in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts and Tim Hortons Brier. Formats for all three Canadian championship events will be announced at a later date.“This series of championship curling events is a fantastic opportunity for Alberta to once again show the world that our ability to host major hub city sporting events is second to none,” said Leela Sharon Aheer, Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women. “Alberta’s government thanks all partners for collaborating to bring curling events and their many economic benefits back to Calgary and our province. We look forward to delivering an exciting and memorable curling experience for all players, participants and fans.” From a historical perspective, it would be the first time the Tim Hortons Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts will have been held in the same city in the same season.Previous editions of the Tim Hortons Brier were staged in Calgary in 2015, 2009, 2002, 1997, 1980, 1961 and 1948, while it will be the second time the Scotties Tournament of Hearts has been played in Calgary, and the first time since 1995. Calgary also played host to the 1970 Canadian Women’s Curling Championship.The 2021 Scotties will mark 40 consecutive years of title sponsorship by Kruger Products.It will be the second time the world men’s championship has been contested in Calgary, which hosted the event in 1964.“Calgary is thrilled to be welcoming Canada’s curling community to our city. Hosting these fantastic world class events in Calgary is a testament to our commitment to be the ultimate host city,” said Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi. “This opportunity would not have been possible without teamwork and partnership between the City of Calgary, Government of Alberta, Alberta Health, Tourism Calgary, WinSport and our accommodation and hosting partners, who are all committed to driving safe business activity and supporting the recovery of our visitor economy.  While none of us knows what trajectory the virus will take between now and this event, I’m confident that the organizers, in consultation with medical experts, will take every necessary precaution and adjust, if required, to ensure all events are conducted safely.”“Hub city hosting opportunities are critical to supporting all sectors of Calgary’s tourism industry, and we’re excited to welcome this one,” added Cindy Ady, CEO of Tourism Calgary. “Our partners have come together to offer a safe bubble experience for curling athletes and support staff that will support our industry and demonstrate to Canadians that Calgary is able to safely host events and visitors in Canada’s winter sport capital.”NOTE — Click here for an overview of the protocols for the hub city events.

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This is very very sad news, Ian was a highly regarded ottawa area curler for a number of years. He moved to AUSTRALIA TO BECOME THE NUCLEUS OF THEIR CURLING PROGRAM with a number of Ottawa curlers LEAD BY HUGH MILLIKEN.

IAN SUFFERED FROM A BLOOD DISEASE WHICH RECENTLY GOT WORSE. DESPITE A BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT, SEVERAL COMPLICATIONS AROSE AND THE MEDICAL TEAM COULDN’T SAVE HIS LIFE.

Australian Curling Federation  · Ian Palangio (1972-2020)The Australian Curling family is mourning the loss of Ian Palangio, a long-time National Athlete and Executive member for the Australian Curling Federation. Ian wore ‘lucky number’ 13 for the Rock Wallabies, the Men’s National team, and began representing Australia at the Pacific Curling Championships in 2001. Nicknamed “Ice Nut”, Ian logged a total of 153 Pacific-Asia Championship Curling games over 16 years, winning 2 Gold medals along the way. Ian went on to represent Australia at the World Men’s Curling Championships (WMCC) 4 times narrowly missing out on Olympic qualification in 2010. When writing a World Curling Championships bio he once stated the 2005 WMCC was his most memorable sporting achievement.In more recent years Ian added two Curling disciplines to his already full list of Curling accomplishments competing in Mixed Doubles and Mixed Curling. With his family cheering him on in the stands, Ian was the flag bearer at the 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships (WMDCC) leading Australian teams out for the opening ceremony in Dumfries, Scotland. He competed in Mixed Doubles for 5 years representing Australia again at the 2016 WMDCC.Always keen to Curl, Ian competed in the first ever World Mixed Curling Championships (2015). In another ‘first’, Ian found himself competing with his Men’s team in the first World Qualification Event held in Naseby, New Zealand – familiar ‘local’ southern hemisphere territory. With an impressive 224 international championship games under his belt Ian was a true competitor and gentleman of the game – always known for acknowledging good shots from opponents and teammates – embodying the Spirit of Curling in its truest form.Ian often threw last stones always rising to the challenge of the pressure of these shots with his quiet focus and nerves of steel. He was appreciated for his humour and quick wit. He exuded confidence and positivity lifting up teammates and competitors alike.At a state and national level, Ian was involved in the NSW State Representative role (2003-7, 2010-2015, Vice-President of Australian Curling Federation (2016-2020) , and Australian Pacific-Asia Representative. He actively served on committees giving up vast amounts of personal time to create, launch and maintain the Australian Curling Federation (ACF) website and Facebook page. The ACF relied on Ian’s technical abilities to set up regular Executive meetings and organise AGM ‘cloud’ meetings and he also served on different committees, in particular the Nationals Committee and the Development Assistance Programme Committee for Australia.Originally hailing from Orangeville, Canada, Ian first began Curling in 1986 and often spoke about his university coach helping set the stage for competitive Curling. Curling has been a part of Ian’s life ever since bringing him to Australia where he made his final home.He was a dedicated husband, father, son, brother, and son-in-law. Our thoughts go out to Ian’s wife Lisa, their daughters Jamie and Sarah and their extended family in Canada. If you have a special memory and photo of Ian please share and these will be compiled for his family to remember him.

Big curling memorabilia sale this weekend

TEAM MADDEN WINS ORION SLAM!

THIS MANOTICK TEAM WENT UNDEFEATED IN 6 GAMES TO CAPTURE THE TITLE IN DUNDAS BY A SCORE OF 5-4. TEAM ACRES TOOK THE B CHAMPIONSHIP 1-0. ACRES PLAYS AT THE RCMP.

TEAM MADDEN.

TEAM ACRES BELOW.

OTTAWA’S TEAM MULIMA IS IN THE FINALS OF THE ATHENA SLAM. THEY PLAY TEAM STRATTON AT 2:35 AND CAN BE SEEN ON THE JUNIOR SLAM YOUTUBE CHANNEL. HTTPS://YOUTUBE/Lts_ws17301

MULIMA LOST THE FINAL 7-1 TO TEAM STRATTON.

TEAM MULIMA

WORLD JUNIOR AND WORLD WHEELCHAIR CHAMPIONSHIPS CANCELLED.

Beijing 2022 test events replaced with adapted sports testing programme
For immediate release: Friday 13 November 2020
 
Beijing, China – Due to the current situation caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic, the International Olympic Committee, the International Paralympic Committee and the International Federations have concluded that an adapted sports testing programme will be implemented for Beijing 2022, replacing the scheduled series of test events.
 
World Curling Federation staff members were onsite in Beijing this week, working tirelessly alongside the Beijing Organising Committee for the Olympic Games, in an attempt to find a means of holding the events in the first quarter of 2021. However, with the necessary ongoing restrictions, the practicalities of running effective test events while also providing a good athlete experience, was not deemed to be possible.
 
For the World Curling Federation, this change will unfortunately result in the cancellation of the World Junior Curling Championships 2021 (scheduled for 18–28 February 2021) and the postponement of the World Wheelchair Curling Championship 2021 (scheduled for 6–13 March 2021).
 
The World Curling Federation are now in discussions with Beijing 2022 regarding the adapted sports testing programme in order to secure new dates for the World Wheelchair Curling Championship 2021 and complete the Paralympic qualification process.
 
President of The World Curling Federation, Kate Caithness said, “This has been a very difficult decision to make and we are extremely disappointed that we will be unable to hold two of our World Championships this season.
 
“Our Junior curlers will miss out on a wonderful opportunity to compete in the Olympic venue with the cancellation of our World Juniors Championships, while our Wheelchair athletes will hopefully be given the opportunity to compete for the World Wheelchair title and remaining Paralympic qualification points later in 2021.
 
“As we have said all along, the health and safety of our athletes, officials and staff is our primary concern. While we are disappointed that these Beijing 2022 test events cannot take place, with the challenges of international travel and the resurgence of COVID-19 around the world, this is the only decision that can be taken at this time.”
 
Engage with the World Curling Federation on TwitterInstagram, Facebook and Weibo and by searching the hashtag #OurHouse #curling
 
Ends 
Notes to Editors
 
About the World Curling Federation www.worldcurling.org
The World Curling Federation is the international sport federation governing the Olympic winter sport of curling and the Paralympic winter sport of wheelchair curling. The World Curling Federation is one of seven International Federations currently part of the Olympic Winter Games programme. It represents 66 Member Associations and is generally acknowledged to direct one of the fastest-growing international winter sports.
 
 
Media resources
Media Centre: worldcurling.org/media
Photos: photos.worldcurling.org

 

INDOOR DINING BAN LIFTED

THE ONTARIO GOVERNMENT HAS LIFTED THE BAN ON INDOOR DINING AS OF SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7. NOW CURLING CLUBS CAN OPEN.

SOME CURLING HISTORY FOR YOU…

http://curlinghistory.blogspot.com/2020/09/curling-in-adverts.html

In 2003 Marian Dupont took it upon herself to start ottawacurling.com. Other than Joe Pavia’s weekly Ottawa Sun curling column, there was no source for local community curling news. Not only did Marian report on local news, she also expanded the site to become a resource for the curling community. Marian did this all as a volunteer and at her own expense. I hope we can live up to her hard work as we launch the new site.

If you have anything to contribute – YOUR CLUB NEWS, WHO DID WHAT TO WHOM ON THE ICE, ETC. – FEEL free to reach out to me at joe@hoglinecurling.com or via our facebook page.

PRACTICE ICE AVAILABLE

With current COVID-19 Public Health restrictions, the Rideau Curling Club is not open for league play but we are able to open for practice ice! Rental rates are $20 for members and $25 for non-members. Practice ice can be booked by emailing manager@rideaucurlingclub.com, payment is required at the time of booking. Players will be required to wear a mask and follow the RCC Return to Play Guidelines and a maximum of 10 people will be allowed in the ice shed per one hour time slot.
1-Hour slots are available: Mondays and Wednesdays 🥌 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM 🥌 3:30 PM until 7:30 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 AM until 2:30 PM

CURLING ON TELEVISION

Television broadcasts of curling is mainly happening on-line via streaming.

THE BEST THING TO DO IS CHECK OUT CURLINGZONE. COM OR SEE THE POSTS ABOUT VARIOUS GAMES IN THE HOGLINE FACEBOOK FEED TO THE RIGHT OF THIS PAGE. SOME TEAMS TAKE IT UPON THEMSELVES TO LIVE STREAM THEIR OWN GAMES AS WELL.

WHO IS OPEN THIS SEASON

A FEW WEEKS AGO OTTAWACURLING.COM REACHED OUT TO ALL CURLING FACILITIES TO SEE WHAT THEIR STATUS WAS FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON. ALL BUT ONE CURLING CLUB RESPONDED.

IT IS A FLUID SITUATION BUT HERE IS WHAT WE KNOW, IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER.

Brockville – opening November 1. 

Carleton Place – opening October 29 to April 2. “This is tentative and based on at least 2/3 of our members from last year returning this year.”

Ottawa Hunt Club – is opening as per usual “We have developed a great plan to offer a safe environment for our Members.”

Glengarry curling club – tentative opening date of January 4, 2021.

Arnprior curling club – opening after Thanksgiving.

Carleton heights curling club. They plan on opening October 19.

Curling des Collines – opening September 21

RCMP – opening October 13.

Rideau curling club – opening September 30.

Granite curling club – open now.

City View curling club – opening October 18.

Renfrew curling club- already opened.

Navan curling club – opening October 2.

North Grenville curling club – TBD, early November decision.

Manotick curling centre – November 1 start TBD

RA centre – opening mid-October

Almonte curling club – season cancelled.

Cornwall curling centre – November opening TBD

Deep River curling club – November TBD

Gananoque curling club – January 2021

Huntley curling club – October 13 – TBD

Lachute curling club – TBD

Pembroke curling centre – Closed for the Season

RC Navy curling club – opening

Buckingham curling club – opening October 12.

Richmond curling club – TBD

Shawville curling club – a fluid situation

Smith’s Falls curling and squash club – November 1 opening.

Winchester curling club- to be decided October 7.

Facilities Looking for New Members

BROCKVILLE

ARNPRIOR

CARLETON HEIGHTS

CURLING DES COLLINES

RCMP

RIDEAU

Monday Night Ladies – 5pm draw
Tuesday Night Cash – 5, 7 & 9pm draws, rotating schedule
Wednesday Night Mixed – 5, 7 & 9pm draws, rotating schedule
Thursday Cash – 5pm draw
Thursday Night Men – 7 & 9 pm draws, rotating schedule
Friday Night Open Mixed – times TBD

CITY VIEW

Monday Night Ladies – 5pm draw
Tuesday Night Cash – 5, 7 & 9pm draws, rotating schedule
Wednesday Night Mixed – 5, 7 & 9pm draws, rotating schedule
Thursday Cash – 5pm draw
Thursday Night Men – 7 & 9 pm draws, rotating schedule
Friday Night Open Mixed – times TBD

The induction of Ottawa’ s Terry Begin, to the Canadian CURLING Hall of Fame.L to R – JOHN SHEA, CURLING CANADA, TERRY BEGIN AND DANNY LAMOUREUX, CURLING CANADA,.PHOTO COURTESY OF KATHRYN BEGIN.TERRY WAS INDUCTED FOR HIS SIZEABLE CONTIBUTION IN USING STATS FOR THE GAME, ESPECIALLY IN NATIONAL COMPETITIONS.