LRCA opens Fall 2017 registration

Curling is a game of many skills, including sweeping to guide a stone to its intended target.

Do you love the Winter Olympics but find that you can’t make it to PyeongChang for the coming Olympiad? Then do the next best thing: play an Olympic sport right here in the Lakes Region.

Curling, the sport that originated in medieval Scotland, will be getting big-time television coverage come February. When everyone else is talking about it, you can be playing as part of the Lakes Region Curling Association.

LRCA leagues are for men and women of all ages and experience levels. Participants can join individually, as couples, or as entire teams.

The upcoming Fall season runs for eight Sunday evenings from mid-October to mid-December at Pop Whalen Ice Arena in Wolfeboro. There’s no equipment to buy, and new members get an introduction to the basics of the game at a learn-to-curl session before the season begins.

Registration for the Fall season begins now. For access to downloadable registration forms, check here.

Visitors to this site can view informative videos, access information about curling rules and game play, and find the latest information about LRCA events and activities.

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