EDMOND — The Oklahoma Curling Club will give people new to the sport of curling a chance to learn the basics of the Olympic sport of curling on St. Patrick's Day.
Activities will begin at 5:30 p.m. March 17 for beginners, followed by several minigames between teams that will be decided by a drawing.
The “funspiel” is an opportunity for those new to the sport to learn from club members, then participate in actual games in a fun, relaxed atmosphere, said Ron Conion of the Oklahoma Curling Club.
The cost is $20 for the event at the Arctic Edge Ice Arena, 14613 N Kelly Ave.
Nonclub members are required to sign a waiver before being allowed on the ice. People should wear loose-fitting, warm, layered clothing and nonslip shoes such as tennis shoes. No leather soled shoes will be allowed on the ice.
Equipment will be provided by the club.
For more information, go to www.okcurling.com.
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