The Carol Elson Memorial Trophy was presented for the first time this year to the Fall Klassic Champion team skipped by Club President, Adam Gilbert. Some of Carol’s family was on hand for an emotional presentation wrapping up a terrific weekend of curling.
Winners: Adam Gilbert skip, Chuck Smith Vice, Leesa Price 2nd, Sue Graham Lead
Runners Up: Rob Gregg skip, Kevin Gowman 3rd, Gilles Gagnon 2nd, Lynda Ward Lead
For more pictures of the Fall Klassic, and all the Event Finalists please see the Mixed Section home page.
The Men’s section will be hosting the 3rd Annual BCC Legends Classic (presented by Ontario Grounds Care and Colliers Project Leaders) held annually in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Each year, we celebrate the deep tradition of the BCC by recognizing individuals who have made significant contributions to our club. Join us this year as we honour our 2018 LEGEND and this year’s
Honourary Chair, Jim Sweetlove.
New this year…Ryder Cup format. Each team entered in the event will be drafted by 1 of four team captains representing a curling country. Three games will be played in Match play, Skins, and the 5 rock rule, as the countries go head to head accumulating points to qualify for the finals where the top two countries will face off for the prize money.
This is intended to be a fun event for seasoned and novice curlers alike.
The Champions will be presented the Donald Stanhope Memorial Trophy, named after one of Canada’s great front enders and 2 time Brier representative..
Dates: Nov. 30 and Dec.1 2018
Finals: Saturday, December 1st
Thursday Nov 15th 9:15 -10:15 PM (after H&D)
Wednesday Nov 21st 3:15 PM to 5:30 PM
Check the Mixed draw on Friday night and look for open sheets on the weekends that are not used. Please listen to ice staff for when they need you off to prep for the next game.
Please check the online club calendar on our website as any changes to the schedule and clinics will be updated on the calendar.
The club is generally open and accessible about 45 minutes before the first draw each day. Weekdays this is generally 8:15 am or on some Thursdays when there is an 8:30 am draw, it is at 7:45 am. On the weekends, the club is accessible about a half hour before the practice times begin or if there are no practice times scheduled, a half hour before the first draw begins.