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Archives for June 2014

Getting up to speed with anti-spam legislation

Does your centre advertise bonspiels, pro-shop items, clinics, or leagues by email?  If so you and your board may want to learn more about CASL. [Read more…]

Curl BC honours curling heroes at awards banquet

Dedicated curling volunteers, amazing athletes, and fantastic sponsors were all honoured at a special Curl BC event. [Read more…]

New eligibility requirements for BC Club Challenge

The Dominion Curling Club Championship has new eligibility requirements for 2014-15 and has been rebranded the Travelers Curling Club Championship. [Read more…]

Key West Ford Premium Curling League accepting entries

The Key West Ford Premium Curling League is accepting entries for the 2014/2015 season.  [Read more…]

New governors join the Curl BC Board

New governors have been elected to sit on the Curl BC Board for a two-year-term.   [Read more…]

Spaces still remain on Kelowna ice technician course

There are still spaces left on the Jet Ice Technician Program that will be taking place at the Kelowna Curling Club from July 5-6, 2014. [Read more…]

Parksville and Port Alberni to host provincial curling championships

The TV cameras will be rolling into Parksville when the Parksville Curling Club hosts the top 16 junior men’s and women’s curling teams for a provincial championship. [Read more…]

Curl BC offers fitness sessions with trainer Ewa Bailey

Curl BC is offering fitness sessions with trainer Ewa Bailey.  [Read more…]

Kelowna to host 2015 AMJ Campbell Van Lines Mixed Curling Championship

The Kelowna Curling Club will be hosting the top Mixed curling teams in the province when the 2015 AMJ Campbell Van Lines Mixed Curling Championship heads to the city.

The event, which will feature eight teams competing in a triple knockout draw with a four-team page playoff, will take place from March 19-22, 2015.

The Mixed curling teams, which feature two men and two women, will be battling for their chance to travel to nationals in Toronto in November 2015.

Jock Tyre, Manager of Kelowna Curling Club, said he was looking forward to welcoming the top Mixed curlers in the province to Kelowna.

He said: “We love the format because we get a lot of competitive curlers playing with their husbands or wives or friends and they have a good chance of making it to a national championship.

“It is that old-style game where the social side is just as important as what happens on the ice.”

Curling season has wound down for most of the province at the moment, but in Kelowna, things are just about to kick off.

The club is hosting a Four Foot Curling Camp for adults on June 27 & 28, 2014, then a Canada Day Bonspiel from June 29 to July 1. Curl BC’s Rockslide Summer Curling Camp for junior curlers takes place from July 2-5, followed by a junior bonspiel July 5 & 6.

Kelowna Curling Club is a popular Okanagan institution. The club has 12 sheets of ice – more than any other club in BC – and operates more than a dozen different leagues. The club has a large lounge and viewing area for spectators.

The BC Mixed Curling Championship first began in 1964 and was won by the Gil Moel rink from the Trail Curling Club. This event has hosted many of BC’s and Canada’s top curlers throughout its history. 1988 Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsay Sparkes, 2000 World Men’s Champion Bryan Miki, 2000 World Junior Men’s Champion Brad Kuhn, 2002 Olympic Bronze Medalists Georgina Wheatcroft and Diane Dezura and 2009 World Senior Champions, Pat Sanders & Roselyn Craig are just a few of the event’s past winners.

Sponsor AMJ Campbell has been a large part of the Kelowna community for over 30 years.

Denis Cordick, Vice President, Marketing, at AMJ Campbell, said the company was proud to be the title sponsor of this great event. “We look forward to another tremendous event this year,” he said. “AMJ is the Official Moving Company for BC Curl, the Canadian Curling Association Season of Champions, the Grand Slam Series and the Canadian Olympic Team.”

Anyone who wants more information about events at Kelowna Curling Club should contact Jock Tyre at 250-762-3112.


About Curl BC

Curl BC is the provincial sport governing body responsible for the development, promotion and organization of curling in British Columbia. Curl BC is also responsible for the championship system that declares provincial representation at National events. In cooperation with its Members, Curl BC provides services to both competitive and recreational curlers, including a variety of adaptive groups.


Changes are being introduced to BC Scotties

Changes are being introduced to the Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Best Western. [Read more…]

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