Kaslo Open Curling Bonspiel 2018


Mark you calendar for this year’s Kaslo Open Curling Bonspiel on January 26, 27 and 28, 2018.

  • Dinner on Saturday
  • Cash Prizes
  • 16 team maximum
  • $220 entry fee per team
  • Guaranteed 4 games

For more info call 250-353-1518 or email kaslocurling@gmail.com


Ready, set, curl!

League play has started on Thursdays from 7 – 9 pm and Fridays from 6 – 10 pm.

  • Results can be found here and are updated every weekend.
  • The schedule is here, so you can find out when your team or your friends are playing.
  • The most up-to-date spares and player lists with their phone numbers are here.  Spares pay $7 per game.  Email kaslocurling@gmail.com if you would like to be added to the spares list.

Afternoon drop-in has also started on Tuesday and Thursdays from 1 to 3 pm for $7 per game.

All curlers must also purchase a $20 membership for the year.  Members can practice for free on Tuesday nights at 6:30 pm and receive great deals on curling equipment.

There will be another Learn to Curl session this Tuesday, November 7 at 6:30 pm, by request.  Please email kaslocurling@gmail.com if you would like to try out curling and we will arrange a session with a certified coach just for you!

GOOD LUCK to the Kaslo team participating in the Nelson Retirees’ Bonspiel this weekend:  Al Barclay, Rob Lang, Bryan MacMillan, Carlos Jordan, and Graham Gilbert.

2017 Kaslo Open Bonspiel Winner: Team King

Congratulations to Team King from Beaver Valley!  They defeated Team Osachoff from Revelstoke 6-3 in a close championship game that came down to the final rock.

Champions:  Team King Runner-up:  Team Osachoff
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Skip: Bill King
Third: Dave Stadler
Second: Al Bressanutti
Lead: Kevin Thomas
Skip: Dean Goulding
Third: Don Osachoff
Second: Trevor McAlonen
Lead: Cal Kohut

Final standings can be seen on our Bonspiel page.

Thank you to all the teams that participated, and we hope to see you again next year!

2017 Bonspiel action begins!

Come down and watch some great curling this weekend!

You can check the schedule and keep up with the results on the Bonspiel page.

A huge welcome to all the teams that have come from “away”:

Osachoff (Revelstoke) King (Beaver Valley)
Thomson (Nelson) Garner (Nelson)
Cutler (Nelson) Turner (Riondel)
Izzy (Riondel)

Good luck and good curling!

Bonspiels on your Calendar!

Nelson Retirees West Kootenay Spiel was Nov 3-5.  Congratulations to the (mostly) Kaslo team of Al Barclay, Bryan MacMillan, Terry Turner, Carlos Jordan and Graham Gilbert on a winning record, finishing 3-2.

Nelson’s Bothamley Memorial Open Cashspiel is Nov 25-27.

Grand Forks Masters (60+) Open is Dec 5-7

Kaslo Open Bonspiel is Jan 27-29. You can’t miss that!

BC 55+ Games 2017 in Vernon Sept 12-16

Season Starting!

Game times are Thursdays at 6:30 pm and Fridays at 6, 7 and 8 pm.
Here’s this week:

Thursday at 6:30 pm (sheet 1):  Fire on Ice (Yee) vs The Institution (Trobak)
Thursday at 6:30 pm (sheet 2):  Lang vs MacMillan

Friday at 6 pm (sheet 1):  Jacobs vs Team Barclay
Friday at 7 pm (sheet 2):  Wood vs Fox
Friday at 8 pm (sheet 1):  Can’t Touch This (Pawlik) vs Sweeping Beauties (Knoll)


To help keep the the ice awesome and everybody happy, the club asks that you please respect the etiquette points below during your games:

Only curling shoes, runners (just for curling), or grippers worn over shoes
are acceptable. You can wear any clothes you like for curling as long as
they’re clean to prevent dirt on the ice.

Our games are 8 Ends and should take 2 hours. Be ready to throw your rock
when it’s your turn.

6 PM GAMES (for League players)
Every Thursday and Friday night game at 6 pm will be on the clock. You can start
earlier if you wish, but the buzzer will go off at 8 pm. You will then
finish the end you are on and do 1 more.

Only Skip and Third are generally allowed in the house when discussing
shots. Other members of the team should stand at the other end or at least
past the Hog Line.

Stand to the sides of the ice between the Hog Lines when it’s not your
team’s turn, unless you throw next.

PRACTICE (for League players)
The ice is freshly pebbled before every game.  No practicing allowed before
Thursday / Friday night’s games.

Be still and quiet when a rock is being thrown on your sheet.  Do not pass
on the walkway behind a sheet when a rock is being thrown.

Thanks and enjoy the season!