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Learn to Curl days being offered at Corner Brook Curling Club this weekend

The Mackenzie Mitchell rink was - mostly - on the ice at the Corner Brook Curling Club on Thursday night, putting in some early preparations for the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta., where they will represent the province. Here, Mitchell (right) serves up a stone for sweepers Sarah McNeil Lamswood (left) and Mikayla O'Reilly. Teammate Ainsleigh Piercey was unable to attend the practice.
The Mackenzie Mitchell rink was - mostly - on the ice at the Corner Brook Curling Club on Thursday night, putting in some early preparations for the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta., where they will represent the province. Here, Mitchell (right) serves up a stone for sweepers Sarah McNeil Lamswood (left) and Mikayla O'Reilly. Teammate Ainsleigh Piercey was unable to attend the practice. - Chris Quigley

Things are starting to buzz at the Corner Brook Curling Club, with local league teams beginning to take to the ice for the new season.

This weekend will also be a Learn to Curl opportunity, beginning Friday at 6:30-9 p.m., and then on Saturday and Sunday from 2-5 p.m.

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