Winfield Curling Club has ice time for anyone who wants to play

Some teams are still looking for spares to fill in when their teammates go on holidays.

The Grand Slam of Curling wrapped up last weekend with big team names like Stoughton, Martin, McEwen, Koe and Olsrud, just to name a few on the men’s side and Lawton, Jones, Muirhead, Nedohin and Middaugh on the ladies draw.

It was excellent curling to watch from the couch.

Not unlike the games during league play at the Winfield Curling Club—fun to play when everyone makes their shots.

There is still ice available here for anyone wanting to come out and try our favourite sport or just to practice and hone their skills.

Some teams are still looking for spares to fill in when their teammates go on holidays as well as the senior’s drop-in league that goes out on the ice every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m.

Every league has a variety of skill level, but are curling for exercise and social interaction as all the members at the club are very friendly.

November is sponsor appreciation month and we would like to take the opportunity to thank our sponsors for advertising at the club.

Kel-Lake Greenhouses, L’Isola Bella, Don Folk Chevrolet, Aspen Grove, Cachet Hair Studio, Woodsdale General Store, Clean Plus, Interior Savings, UBR Services, Apple Gate Service, Lake Country Building Centre, Nor-Val Rentals, Prestige Hotels, Super 8 Lake Country, Cooper’s Foods, Woody’s Pub, Papito’s Pizza, Turtle Bay Pub, Seca Marine, Capri Insurance, Big Surf Beer, Rooster’s Barber Shop, Rocket Wash, Lake Country Towing, Intrigue Wines, Holmes Electric, Everlast Greenhouses, Lake Country Pest Control, Bearspaw Heating and Air Conditioning, Cal-Gas, Lake Country Liquor Store, Sky-High Disposal and The Juice all help the club to keep membership affordable to all.

We encourage all our members to support our sponsors in return.

Thank you to both members and sponsors.

Our mixed bonspiel also takes place Nov. 15 through 17 and still has room left for teams to enter.

This is a fun bonspiel that has both men and women curling together and having a great time both upstairs and on the ice.

So come on down to the club at 9830 Bottom Wood Lake Road and participate by playing or watching your favourites.

Have a great week and good curling.

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