Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre
110-1st Avenue NW, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, S6H 3L9
Curling Office: 306.624.2048
16 teams are scheduled for both the U15 and U18 divisions. First draw is scheduled for Saturday, December 3 at 9:00 am. Finals are Sunday, December 4 at 11:30 am.
12 women's teams and 13 men's teams took the ice in the Heritage Inn SCT/SWCT Tour Classic.
Congrats to the Winners.
Penny Barker, Deanna Doig, Lorraine Schneider, Danielle Sicinski
Gary Scheirich, Dustin Phillips, Cory Fleming, Dale Craig
6 teams hit the ice Friday, November 11 at 6:00 pm. Draw times were Friday 6:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am, 12:30 pm and Finals at 4:00 pm.
Congrats to the Elaine Osmachenko team for winning the event!
Also congrats to Donna Wells, Laura Lee Hanna, Pamela Clothier and Cheryl Duffy for scoring an 8-ender.
Tweety Bird Draw and information
Kinsmen Room at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre
Monday - Friday: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, closed from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm but can be open during this time by appointment
Mosaic Admin office can also accept payments and assist with registration
ALL CURLERS will need to complete their registration ONLINE! Please have your registration completed online prior to coming in to pay. Once your registration is complete, the curling office will be notified and will adjust our registration as needed. Payment can be accepted at the Curling Office or the Mosaic Place admin office.
Guide to registering online
If you do not have a computer or need assistance registering please contact the curling office
Important Dates for your Curling Calendar:
September 9: Have your full year curling league fees paid in full and have the $10 CURLSASK Fee waived
September 20 - 22: Curling Office open from 1:00 pm - 7:00pm for registration and to collect league fees
September 22: 4 full league fees must be paid by September 22 for evening league teams before you are part of the schedule. If payment plans are required arrangements must be made with Danielle by September 22.
September 28: Daytime curling league fees must be collected so that teams and schedule can be made accordingly. If payment plans are required arrangements must be made with Danielle by September 28.
October 2, 2016: League play begins
Must have 4 full league fees paid for evening leagues before your team is part of the evening schedule. Must have afternoon/youth league fees paid 1 week prior to start of new quarter/half before being put on a team. Pay in fully by September 9 to have the $10 CURLSASK fee waived. Payment installments accepted.
League fees are due September 22, 2016.
Payment plans will need to be made as soon as possible with the Curling Business Manager if payments are going to be after September 22, 2016.
2016 - 2017 Curling Price Lists
Coaches who take this one day workshop will become a trained "Club Coach - Youth". This coach will be able to coach beginning curlers and youth curlers. He/she will be an expert in preparing a safe environment, ethical decision-making and leading curlers in activities which are age suitable and technically correct for youth curlers.
Date: October 1st 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Location: Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre
Requirements: 16 years and older
Participants to register with Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 306-624-2048 and leave a message.
Coaching Clinic Poster
16 teams competed in the event.
Draw times wereFriday 8:00 pm, Saturday 11:00 am, 1:30 pm and finals at 7:00 pm.
Nacho bar Friday, Karaoke Saturday night!
Congrats to team Martin for winning the event. On the team was Lisa Martin, Jayson Gadd, Evan Pelchat and Doug Young. They beat the Wallace team in the final.
14 teams participated in the Seniors Bonspiel.
Draw times were 9:30 am and 1:00 pm.
Congrats to Stroeder rink for winning the bonspiel.
Round Robin Results
10 teams from across the province were competing in the Lions Provincials.
Draw times were Friday 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 and 2:00 pm, Sunday Semi-Final at 10:00 am and Final at 12:30 pm.
Congrats to Eston who beat Wakaw in the final.
Lions Provincial Draw
2 men's team's participated in the Travelers Club Championship.
The Wenarchuk team beat the Kal Tire in 2 games and did not require a 3rd and deciding game. Wenarchuk will go to Regionals now.
Eric Light (2nd), Ryan Wenarchuk (Skip), Greg Wells (Third), Tim Best (Lead)
The Osmachenko team was the only entry for the women's playdowns and will go to Regionals.
Elaine Osmachenko, Sandi Gray, Maria McKenzie, Sheri Logan
13 teams took the ice in the Pioneer 114th Men's Annual at 8:00 pm.
A Winners - Kal Tire - Robert Desjarlais, Stan Barnsley, Barry Silk, Chris Hibbon
B Winners - Murray Stroeder, Trent Brister, Matt Gray, Daniel Mutlow
C Winners - Darren Engel, Andrew Kowalsky, Jason Barnhart, Travis Gansauge
D Winners - Ryan Wenarchuk, Greg Wells, Eric Light, Tim Best
Thank you to Rob Garland for your sponsorship and support!
Pioneer 114th Men's Annual Draw
16 teams took to the ice at the Fonger 2 on 2 Spiel.
Thank you to Errol and Roberta Fonger for your sponsorship and support!
32 teams took the ice at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre. 16 teams in the Under 15, 12 teams in the Under 18, and 4 teams in the Under 20.
Under 15 Results
1st place - Mya Rogers, Hannah Sullivan, Lauryl Blondeau, Hayley Manz, chaperone - Terry Mack (Regina)
2nd place - Michael Hom, Joe Vogelsang, Branton Breit, Kean Arseneault, chaperone - Brad Breit (Regina)
3rd place - Natalie Hastings, Landon Field, Jaylynn Haupstein, Braydon Gerry, chaperone - Pamela Haupstein (Weyburn)
Under 18 Results
A Final Winner - Brandon Myers, Blake Hoffman, Lundy Holmes, Michael Baumgartner, chaperone - Clint Krismer (Regina)
B Final Winner - Brett Behm, Brendan Ross, Daniel Mutlow, Daiten Greenway, chaperone - Larry Behm (Moose Jaw/Swift Current)
Under 20 Results
Winner - Brayden Stewart, Andrew Hodgson, Jared Latos, Evan Latos, chaperone - Andrew McEwen (Saskatoon)
Located in Southern Saskatchewan, Mosaic Place opened in August 2011 and is a 210,000 square foot facility featuring an Entertainment/Sports Bowl, 8 sheet Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre, Banquet Room,Meeting Space and Retail Opportunities. Bowl seating is 4,465 for hockey spectators and 5000+ for events & concerts.