By Northumberland Today

The Colborne Curling Club is known as Little Club that Rocks with all ages doing what they love during winter — curl.

Located at 8 Durham St. North, the Colborne curling club’s current building was built and incorporated as a non-profit entity in 1984. It is owned by the membership and is run entirely on a volunteer basis.

Curling is offered for all ages. There are two mixed leagues as well as a ladies, men’s, junior, senior and a stick curling league. The curling season begins at the end of October and ends the first of April.

Cost is $240 for a single participant or $480 for couples. The price for juniors (19-and-under) on Sunday only is $25 for returning juniors and $10 for new juniors.

Students 19-and-under playing other than or addition to Sunday are required to pay $50 for the season.

New members of the club pay $140 for the first draw. Remaining balance of the $100 is due if they decide to continue for the remainder of the season.

Fees include unlimited curling at any of the scheduled draws for the entire season.

Additional charges for Bonspiels or special events may apply.

A team of junior curlers representing the Colborne Curling Club took part in the Eastern Ontario Junior Curling League Championship held in Kingston this past April and won the event.

Members of the public are invited to head to the Colborne Curling Club and experience the game of curling and have fun this winter on their new jet ice.

For further details contact president John McKnight at 905-355-3739. A registration and open house will be held Oct. 26 to 30 from 7 to 9 p. m. each night.

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