If your kids want to rock, they can get into curling

Juniors can attend the instruction days for free and then decide if they would like to join the league

Parents can register their kids for junior curling now.

Juniors can be Grade 3 students and older. Junior curling happens on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 – 5:15. The cost is $75 to play both days each week for the season and $50 to play one day a week for the season. Sliders and brushes are provided to the Junior curlers. Juniors are asked to carry in an extra pair of runners and to wear loose-fitting clothes. There will be four days of instruction on Oct. 4, 6, 11, 13. Juniors can attend the instruction days for free and then decide if they would like to join the league. However, the junior league is full once there are 32 curlers registered for each day. Registration forms can be picked up and filled out at the curling club week days during business hours. The Registration form is also online at the Campbell River Curling Club’s website: www.crcurl.com. Registration is on a first come, first served basis so to avoid disappointment, register your child early. For more information, you can call Don Pennell at 250-923-4203 or Susan at 250-287-4200.

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