Men’s Open Bonspiel – November 13 – 16

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Men’s Open Bonspiel – November 13 – 16 Men's Open Bonspiel - November 13 - 16

Pro Shop Open Daily

The Pro Shop is open daily - call the office at 604.530.8218 for hours of operation.   REMEMBER - Game start time change for weeknight leagues  6:45 pm and 9:00… [more]

Pro Shop Open Daily Pro Shop Open Daily

REGISTRATION – it’s not too late!

If you missed registration day, it's not too late.  Call the office at 604.530.8218.  … [more]

REGISTRATION – it’s not too late! REGISTRATION - it's not too late!

Tardi Team Bound for Canada Winter Games in 2015

The Tardi team comprised of Tyler Tardi, Sterling Middleton, Nicholas Umbach, Timothy Henderson with coach Paul Tardi will be representing BC at the Canada Winter Games in… [more]

Tardi Team Bound for Canada Winter Games in 2015 Tardi Team Bound for Canada Winter Games in 2015

BC Seniors Games in Langley

The 2014 BC Seniors Games were held in LANGLEY from September 9 to 13, 2014. See the photos for both the Ice Curling and Floor Curling events which were held at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

REGISTRATION – it’s not too late!

If you missed registration day, it’s not too late.  Call the office at 604.530.8218.  

Inaugural Gord Pearson Memorial Golf Tournament

The winning team for the inaugural Gordon Pearson Memorial Golf Tournament- (l to r) Don Evers, Nigel Easton and Dave Truman. MJ Pearson presenting the plaque to the team (missing Dave Truman) at Poppy Estates golf course. The team won by a count back over the Doug Spencer team with Ernie Wah & Randy Osaka. […]

Langley Father & Son Team Sweep Top Curling Awards

JUNE 14, LANGLEY, BC – For the Tardi family, it was like father, like son. Or was it like son, like father? Paul Tardi and his 15-year old son Tyler were recognized as the best in the province for their outstanding curling achievements at the 2014 Curl BC Awards Banquet, held on June 14. Paul […]

Frycz Team Wins Men’s Side of the BC Club Challenge

A Langley men’s team has won the men’s side of the BC Club Challenge. The event took place at the Richmond Curling Centre alongside the Pacific International Cup (PIC). The PIC features pools of eight international and eight BC teams of each gender. The winning teams from the BC pool get to represent the province […]