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Around the House: Dundas Granite Curling Club celebrates 50th Anniversary

In 1963, curlers threw their first rocks down the ice at the brand new Dundas Granite Curling Club, and this fall, some of those curlers returned to this small Ontario town to help celebrate the club’s fiftieth anniversary.

 
Around the House: A winning team effort in Fort Frances

When the Fort Frances Curling Club replaced its aging physical plant with a new geothermal heating and cooling system in 2011, the benefits were noticed right away. And so were the high financial costs of such a significant capital investment.

 
Around the House: Stick curler makes it a clean sweep

Listen! Can you hear it? That’s the sound of skips calling and rocks sliding on the ice as another season gets underway. Ice techs, club managers, league conveners, coaches, and curlers of all ages – let’s not forget fans, too – are ramping up for the 2013-2014 season.

 
Around the House: “Down time” at Guelph Curling Club

As the closing banquet for my Wednesday night league at the Guelph Curling Club wrapped up last spring, I remember looking at the pools of water covering the melting ice in the darkened ice house. The end of the season. Time for summer.

 
Around the House: An early-season curling club tour

In some parts of the country the leaves are still falling, and in others, the snow shovels are in action – it’s curling season from coast to coast.

 

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