From March 15 thru March 17, our club will play host to a total of 21 men's and women's teams from both the local area and around the province as we host the Nova Scotia Curling Association's 2019 Open Club Curler Championship. Not only does it give us a chance to showcase our club but it is also an opportunity to raise funds that are invested back into the club.volunteer

To accomplish that we need your help. Whether you are able to commit time during those three days and/or supplies for the kitchen, your contribution will be valued. There will be a sign up sheet on the bulletin board inside the front door of the club. Some of the volunteer needs are in the kitchen, recording online scores and monitoring video links, 50/50 sales, general maintenance and Sunday after-event cleanup. I will also post a list of supplies that would be beneficial in the kitchen.

Please consider contributing in some capacity. The general club membership and friends, as well as the competitors, will be invited to join us for a St Patrick's day celebration on Saturday evening. If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Siddall in person, by phone 902-300-9915 or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Let's show the province how it's done!

PADDYSWe are having the 2nd Annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration on Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 9 PM to 12 AM. Music will be by our own Freedom Sound (Greg Sampson & Kelly Upton) with special appearance by a well known Drummer Boy (Scott Anderson). There will be an open mic for anyone who would like to perform.

There will be snacks and a sharing table for any members who can provide finger foods to share. This will also be the Saturday night entertainment for the Club Championship curlers.

We had an awesome time last year so plan to join us and make it even better this year.

In case you missed it, Conrad MacEachern, Adam Harris, Andrew Seymour and Jordan Milne are representing Glooscap at the Curling Club Championship in Bridgewater this weekend. You can follow along via

The games were held February 22 to 24, 2019 at Camp Aldershot with over 700 athletes attending from all regions of Nova Scotia. The curling competition was held at Wolfville Curling Club with 17 teams vying for medals in four seeded divisions. Kings SO curling was represented by three teams, one in each of the top three divisions. All three teams had 2 wins, and 1 loss during round robin play and advanced to gold medal games on Sunday morning, a feat we never dreamed of!NSSO

In C division, Kings was represented by Bruce Lightle (Skip), Stephen Parkin (Mate), Johanna Sutcliffe (Second), Darcy Marshall (Lead), Jenn Pothier (Alternate) and Coach, John Sutcliffe. In their final, they defeated a strong Halifax squad, 5-2, in the 4 end golden game.

In B division, John Robicheau (Skip), Amy Rodrigues (Mate), Justin Welton (Second), Alissa Zwicker (Lead) and Coach, Shannon McGrath, guided Kings to a silver medal in a tight 4 end game with Yarmouth, who won 3-2.

In A group, the Kings area was captained by Luke Smith (Skip), with Tammy MacMillan (Mate), Dave Coffey (Second), Josh Kingston (Lead), Danny Knox (Alternate) and coach Don Sanford, to the championship game, in a nail biting 5-3, five end thriller!

Without a doubt, this was the best showing by SO (Special Olympics) Kings curlers in their eight appearances at the bi-annual Provincial Winter Games!

Don Sanford

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Upcoming Events

25 Oct 2019;
06:00PM - 10:00PM
Social Night
26 Oct 2019;
11:00AM - 03:00PM
Curling Equipment Day
01 Nov 2019;
12:00PM - 10:30PM
Upper Lounge Booked - UFCW
03 Nov 2019;
01:30PM - 03:30PM
Eastern Kings Multisport
04 Nov 2019;
06:45PM - 08:45PM
NORWEX - upstairs lounge
09 Nov 2019;
08:00AM - 11:00PM
Improve Your Game Clinic
10 Nov 2019;
01:30PM - 03:30PM
Eastern Kings Multisport
16 Nov 2019;
NSCC Coaching Clinic
17 Nov 2019;
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Executive Meeting

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