The Lake Placid Curling Club has invited the public to learn the basics of the curling through a new stepping stones program beginning October 22.
The program consists of four sessions, held on consecutive Sunday afternoons from 3 to 6 pm. It will cover the history and etiquette, tradition of the game as well as rules and on-ice training. Upon completion of the program, participants are invited to become members at a reduced introductory rate and participate in the club’s regular Sunday league play. There is a fee of $80 for the program. » Continue Reading.
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