The afternoon curlers meet every Monday and Wednesday at 1PM for two hours of recreational curling. Teams are selected from whoever is there and they try to have everyone playing in the position they wish and rotate players so that they get to play different folks each day.
This is a great way to relieve stress and get some exercise!!
For anyone wishing to learn to curl there are some very experienced curlers among the group who would be happy to help get you started.
The “Stick Delivery” method is great for anyone with knee, back or other problems as you don’t have to bend to deliver the stone. Once again we have some good stick players willing to assist with that also.
Through out the curling year the afternoon curlers exchange visits to Digby, Clare, and Barrington for some more great fellowship and friendly competition followed by lunch provided by the host club.
For more information Call Lynn at the Yarmouth Curling Club.
Stick Curling League - Starts Tuesday Nov 25, 5:30-7:30 One 4 end game with different players each week followed by 6 end game with a set team we will keep track of records to determine league champs.
December 19 - Friday Family Fun Night (6:00pm sign up): $5 member, $10 non-member. Open to anyone and everyone training from 6:00 to 6:30. Play a few ends and check out the awesome food offered by The Red Shed!
December 26 - Boxing Day Lobster Spiel 12:30 sign up.
January ? - Hurry Hard! Free Learn to Curl courtesy of the Nova Scotia Thrive!
Program The Yarmouth Curling Club is inviting all of Yarmouth County to try curling, starting December 13. Through the provincial recreation program, Thrive! the local club is able to offer anyone interested in trying curling the opportunity do so at no cost to them.
Improving the health of Nova Scotians and making life more affordable for families are two of the government’s top priorities. The government launched Thrive! In June 2012 to support those priorities through a 34-point plan to make it easier for Nova Scotians to be healthier. Through this program the Yarmouth Curling Club was able to secure some funding to help get the citizens of Yarmouth County more active in the winter months.
“Curling is an easy way to get out and be active in the winter,” says Lynn Doucette, Curling Club Manager. She continues to say, “We encourage people who have never curled before to come out and try it, we provide instruction and encouragement and this program will be done in a fun and non-competitive way”
The first of these dates for the Learn to Curl program will be comprised of hands on lessons of the different curling techniques and a short practice to get the participants used to game play. The dates and times for these are to be announced later, the first will be
• Saturday, December 13 from 2-3pm
• ?, January ? from ?pm
The last date for the program will involve a complete game in a fun non-competitive atmosphere with food and snacks after. Everyone is encouraged to attend one of the first three sessions, any questions can be directed to Lynn by calling 902-742-2161.
Contact the club if your group would like to rent the large hall/ kitchen facility for your meeting or Christmas party. We can do rentals with instruction for curling parties as well. Contact the club at 742-2161 for details.