A host site is still needed for one of Curl BC’s most popular events – the BC Senior Women’s Curling Championship.
At the start of this season neither the senior men’s nor the senior women’s event had a host. But Duncan Curling Club recently stepped forward to host the men’s event, which will be a 10-team round-robin. They were unable to host the women as well because they are a five-sheet facility and could not have accommodated an 18-team event.
Curl BC Competitions and High Performance Manager Shannon Joanisse said: “We are delighted that Duncan is able to host the senior men this year. They did a fantastic job hosting the BC Scotties in 2017 and we know they will do a fantastic job again.
“But we are still without a venue for the senior women.
“Hosting the BC Senior Women’s Curling Championships is a great way for your club to promote the sport in your wider community.
“There is fierce competition on the ice, but the curlers are also there to socialize and enjoy the company of like-minded people. It makes for a great event.
“If you can host the women, we would be delighted to hear from you.”
The women’s event is scheduled for Feb. 20-25, 2018.
Three or four sheets
Curl BC is reaching out to facilities that may not normally qualify to host this event. That is because while this is usually an event with both men and women, requiring facilities with at least six sheets, this year, we are happy to talk to curling centres with only three or four sheets available.
The women’s event is an 8-team round robin.
Anyone who is interested in hosting should call Shannon at 604-333-3619 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curl BC would like to thank the nine curling facilities that are hosting BC championships in 2018, plus the dozens of curling centres hosting regional and open playdowns.
BC curling centres are also hosting national events: Penticton will host the 2018 Scotties and Cloverdale/Peace Arch will be co-hosting the 2018 Canadian Masters.
And of course many more curling centres are hosting large curling events and bonspiels that add to the rich calendar of events in BC every year.
Key BC championship dates and locations:
2018 Boston Pizza BC Junior Curling Championships – Langley Curling Centre – Dec 17-23, 2017
2018 Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship, Presented by Best Western – Victoria Curling Club – Jan 2-7, 2018
2018 BC Wheelchair Curling Championship – Langley Curling Centre – Jan 12-14, 2018
2018 belairdirect BC Men’s Curling Championship – Parksville Curling Club – Jan 30-Feb 4, 2018
2018 BC Senior Men’s Curling Championship – Duncan Curling Club – Feb 20-25, 2018
2018 BC Winter Games – Kamloops Curling Club – Feb 22-25, 2018
2018 BC Open Stick Curling Championship – Enderby Curling Club – Feb 23-25, 2018
2018 Optimist BC U18 Curling Championships – Salmon Arm Curling Centre – Mar 13-18, 2018
2018 BC High School Curling Championships – Royal City Curling Club – Feb 28-Mar 3, 2018 (Not run by Curl BC)
2018 BC Mixed Doubles Curling Championship – Cranbrook Curling Club – Mar 6-11, 2018
2018 BC Masters Curling Championship – Creston Curling Club – Mar6-11, 2018
2018 AMJ Campbell Van Lines BC Mixed Curling Championship – Richmond Curling Club – Apr 19-22, 2018
Anyone with questions about hosting should contact Curl BC Competitions Manager Shannon Joanisse at email@example.com or 604-333-3619.
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