Alberton club hosting tryouts
Regular and stick curling offered
The ice is in and a new season is about to start at Western Community Curling Club in Alberton.
Club president Fr. Art Pendergast said stick curling has really caught on in West Prince. “People are coming back who thought they couldn’t curl anymore,” he said. “It gets people active.”
There’s lots of fun and exercise for everyone who enjoy the traditional four-person game, too, he points out.
To introduce people to the traditional game or to stick curling, the club is holding an open house from 7 to 9 p.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 13, and Thursday, Nov. 15. Experienced curlers will be in attendance both evenings to help introduce newcomers to the roaring game.
New and experienced curlers can drop in those nights and practise for free.
Western Community Curling Club president Fr. Art Pendergast practises stick curling as a new season is about to get underway in Alberton.