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Region 4 Travelers’ Curling Club Playdowns
The DTCC is hosting this competition starting on Friday and continuing until Sunday. Please check the schedule of games below. Four men’s teams will be competing to represent Region 4 at the NOCA Provincial Playdowns at the end of March.
Come out and cheer our local men’s team skipped by Murray McDonald, along with team members Bruce Peters, Ed Sheare and Jesse Hamilton.
The DTCC wishes them a very successful weekend!
Friday: 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Saturday: 10 am, 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday: 9 am, tiebreaker at 1:30 pm if necessary
The DTCC also has a ladies’ team who registered for the Playdowns. Unfortunately, no other ladies’ team from Region 4 entered the competition. This means that our local team skipped by Danielle McLeod, with team members Karen Chi, Cathy D’Amato and Debra Edwardson will be representing the DTCC at the Provincials in North Bay March 30.
IMPORTANT CHANGE: The 7th Annual Trivia Night has been changed to Friday, April 28, 2017 to avoid conflict with the Entertainment Series. Mark this change on your calendar.
Elliot Lake Open Bonspiel - March 3-5, 2017. For more information go to the Bonspiels page.
For other events see the Calendar of Events.
New posts to our website
Curling Rock Handle Fundraiser - Only sheet E handles remain to be sold. Honour a loved one, team, family or business.
The deer trail curling club welcomes you!
Looking for a game that involves strategy, fitness and good sportsmanship? Where men and women of all ages and abilities can compete? Where there is a sense of community? That offers social interaction?
Curling is that game!
Curling is that game!
Curling is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. It is easy to learn and is fun for any age. Curling is a great way to meet people and stay active in the winter. From the end of October to the end of March, there are many leagues and bonspiels to enjoy.
Curlers can be at various levels of fitness and ability. New assistive devices allow those with physical limitations to participate.
We hope to see you on the ice!