Due to the weather, curling is cancelled Monday Feb 8. Stay home, warm and safe.
On February 27th, the Wolfville Little Rocks and Bantam curlers will have a chance to hone thier skills in a Learn to Curl Clinic lead by a Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation (NSSAF) qualified coach. The clinic will be from 2-4pm, and registraion is just prior to this time slot. Little Rocks will be on the ice from 2-3pm and Bantam curlers will be from 3-4pm. The clinic is free and the child doesn't need to be a member of the Wolfville Little Rocks to participate. The 2016 NSSAF championship will be hosted by Forest Heights Community School at the Chester Curling Club from March 31- April 2. Contact Violy for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
On Friday January 29, four of our Bantam Culers went to a bonspeil in Lunenburg and curled well. Skip Colin Sheffield, Mate Ryan Young, Second Evan Sheffield and First Nick Campbell won their first two games and lost their final game with a draw to the button. These boys attend Wolfville Schiool, Horton High and Evaneline Middle school. Congratulations boys.
Circle Saturday Feb. 20th on your calendars. That is going to be our glow curling social that we cancelled for last Friday because of the weather. 7:00, $5.00 a person. Get your glow on and come on down to the club for some fun curling...
Attached to this message is the schedule for the Wolfville Commercial League Funspiel for Saturday Feb 6.
According to the organizers the Spiel is on Rain, sleet, snow, or hail.
Last weekend three men's teams played a double knock out format to represent the club in the Provincial club championship, now named the Travellers. Team Graves won after defeating Team Gowland and Team Paul. The team is comprised of Skip Mike Graves, Mate Ted Corkum, Second Kendall Merrett, Lead Richard Urquhart. They will be going to Yarmouth end of February to represent our club in the Provincial Championship.
Starting @ 8 a.m. the commercial league, will host a fun spiel at the wolfville curling club
If you and your team are interested in joining the fun, please call or e mail
Tony Sirling’s Masters team won the Coors Light Senior/Masters cashspiel at the Lakeshore Curling Centre on the Jan 15-17 week-end. His team of Robbie Harrison, JP Boudreau and Glen Joudrey won 5 straight games defeating three provincial champions. They will compete in the NS Provincial Master’s championships in Middleton beginning on Jan. 29. The winner of this event will represent Nova Scotia at the Canadian Masters Championships in Wolfville/Glooscap from April 4 – 10, 2016.
Our 13th Annual Ladies Funspiel was, once again, a huge success! Thirty-six of our own Wolfville curling club ladies enjoyed a day of curling, dining, and dancing. The Gold medals for curling were presented to Kathy Babcooke, Anne Boutilier, Kristy Woodworth and Kim Graves. Silver medals were presented to the winners of our game “Who Owns the Body Parts” were presented to Jane Harrington, Ann Booth, Trish Urquhart, and Sheila Stevens. Tickets on baskets were sold by Pat Murray and winners were: Kathy Johnson(Wine Basket), Spa items (Karen North), and Preserves(June Woodworth). Our meal of quiche, salads, rolls and delectable desserts was served by Danette Eden, Vera Burke, and Audrey Dorey. A special feature this year was a chocolate fountain with a variety of fruits. Our surprise entertainer was Shirley Jo