Surrey and White Rock to host 2018 Canadian masters curling


Curl BC is pleased to announce that Surrey’s Cloverdale Curling Club and White Rock’s Peace Arch Curling Club have joined forces to host the 2018 National Masters Curling Championships from April 1-8.

The event will feature Men’s and Women’s 60+ Champions from provinces and territories across Canada. Previous championships have included participants who were past Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts mainstays, such as Ed Lukowich (Alberta) and Sue Ann Bartlett (Newfoundland). The 2018 event promises to be a highlight of next year’s curling season.

Curl BC’s CEO, Scott Braley, said: “We’re really pleased that the volunteers and staff of Cloverdale and Peace Arch have agreed to collaborate on hosting the 2018 National Masters Championships. The master curlers champions from across Canada are in for a treat when they visit Surrey, BC’s largest city, and the adjoining City of White Rock, which has arguably one of the most scenic beaches in Canada.”

The 2017 event is being held April 2-9 in Guelph, Ontario.

Matt Holbrook will serve as the General Manager for the 2018 event in cooperation with Co-Chairs Susan Martin from Cloverdale and Darrell Zbeetnoff from Peace Arch.

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