Clean-up needed at the club….

Added to the site on September 25, 2015

I want to thank Steve Myette and Jim Muise for their help this past Wednesday. We managed to get the rings all cleaned up and ready for the new season plus the handles on the rocks were reversed and cleaned up. Next up is the cleaning of the ice plant room, warm area and dehumidifier rooms. Several hands on deck would be nice for this duty. We are looking at Saturday Oct. 3rd at 10am. Hopefully only a couple of hours is needed for these tasks. The following week we will hold our semi-annual meeting. Date and time TBA soon. Ice prep will hopefully start on or around Oct. 16th. I need to contact George to discuss this further.

Phil

PS Plea reply back or call me at home 533-2539 if you are coming on the 3rd.

East Hants curlers’ rink dream sinking….

Added to the site on September 18, 2015

Here is the story in the Chronicle Herald about the plight of the proposed curling rink in East Hants..

http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1311757-east-hants-curlers%E2%80%99-rink-dream-sinking

Grey Cup of Curling Bonspiel – Nov 27 – 29, 2015 in Amherst, NS

Added to the site on September 18, 2015

The Amherst Curling Club in Amherst Nova Scotia will be hosting a Grey Cup of Curling Bonspiel on the weekend of Nov. 27th29th.

Did you know there was a Grey Cup of Curling that is 2 years older than the CFL Grey Cup?
http://amherstcurlingclub.com/2013/10/20/grey-cup-tour-makes-stop-in-Amherst/

See the attached poster for details, a couple highlights are: up to $4000 in prizes to be given away AND the winners will have their names added to the Original Grey Cup!

GreyCupPoster_final

St. John’s, NL named to host 2017 Tim Horton’s Brier….

Added to the site on September 14, 2015

St. John’s, NL to host 2017 Brier…

http://www.curling.ca/blog/2015/09/14/st-johns-named-to-host-2017-tim-hortons-brier/

Grand Slam of Curling Event October 27 – Nov 1….

Added to the site on September 10, 2015

Hi Nova Scotia Clubs,

The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling 2015 Masters is coming to the Rath Eastlink Community Centre in Truro, Nova Scotia from October 27th to November 1st!

Owned and operated by Sportsnet, a Rogers Media company, the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling is an annual series comprised of seven curling tournaments, inviting the world’s best curlers to complete in Canada. The Masters will be the second stop on the 2015-2016 Grand Slam Schedule. Featuring 15 of the top men’s teams and 15 of the top women’s teams in the world, the Masters is an elite-level competition with cash prizes and valuable tour points on the line. Brad Gushue, from St. John’s, N.L., and Edmonton’s Val Sweeting were crowned the 2014 Masters champions.

The individual draw schedule has just been released meaning single draw tickets are now on sale! 

Single draw tickets, along with all event passes and weekend passes, can be purchased at Guest Services on the main floor of the Rath Eastlink Community Centre (625 Abenaki Road), online at tickepro.ca or through telephone by calling 1-888-311-9090.

To see the complete draw schedule and for more information on the event visit, http://www.ratheastlinkcommunitycentre.ca/grand-slam-of-curling.html.

As a special offer, if you have a group of 20 or more, consider purchasing one of the Group Packages. Group packages are available for all round robin games and range from $12 to $13 per person. Group packages must be purchased directly through the Rath Eastlink Community Centre and are not available through ticketpro.ca, or by phone.  To find out more information on the Group Packages, contact Nick Sharpe at 902-843-4814 or 902-890-2201.

Grand Slam Poster 2015