by Shawn Berube
Tired of sitting on the couch watching tv? Give curling a try! After a one-year hiatus, the North Grenville Curling Club, located at 200 Reuben Crescent in the heart of Kemptville, is getting ready to resume play this Fall in a safe and enjoyable environment.
“If you are looking to stay active, get reacquainted with, or learn a new sport, come on out and give curling a try: you won’t regret it”, says club President, Randy Hughes. “Our club features five sheets of the finest curling ice anywhere, and offers a variety of leagues and programs to accommodate every age group and skill level, from beginners wishing to discover the sport, to novice, recreational, and competitive curlers.”
Thanks to a strong contingent of volunteers, the North Grenville Curling Club offers a Learn-to-Curl program, ensuring that novice and newcomers to the sport can benefit from expert advice and coaching
before joining a league.
Online registration will open Wednesday, September 1, 2021. This can be completed through the club’s website at https://ngcurling.ca. In-person registration at the club is scheduled for Thursday, September 16, from 7 to 9 pm, and Saturday, September 18, from 10 am to noon.
Representatives from the club will be on-site to greet everyone, answer questions, and guide people around safely.
Focused on the health and safety of all its members, the club’s Board of Directors has considered the most recent government, local health, Canadian and Ontario Curling Associations guidance, as well as the recommendations from its own Return to Curling Committee, pertaining to COVID-19.
For more information related to these policies, as well as registration and league details, everyone is encouraged to visit the club’s website above, or the North Grenville Curling Club Facebook page.
Board members may also be contacted at [email protected].
Curling is fun and affordable for everyone. We hope to see you on the ice!