The summer is coming to an end but for curlers it is the
beginning of a new season of curling. I would like to
welcome all new and returning curlers to the West
Kildonan Curling Club.
This year we have made a
major improvement to the club but most people will not actually see
any change. We have installed a commercial grade Reverse Osmosis
water system. This water will be used to make the ice from first
flood to finished ice. It will continue be used all season long for floods
Pure water makes consistent
ice. This is what curlers want and this is what we will have at the
West Kildonan Curling Club.
The West Kildonan Curling
Club will be hosting several events this season;
Nov 1-3, 2013 CurlManitoba Sr.
Dec 12-13, 2013 Safeway Championship Winnipeg
Mar 14-16, 2014 Canola Jr. Men's March Berth Bonspiel
If you are interested in curling, we offer a great
curling experience and a wonderful social atmosphere.
Please give us a call or come check out our facilities.
To make a
consistent ice surface for
you need to start with pure water.
This summer the
WKCC installed a commercial grade
reverse osmosis water
will now be made with pure water
right from first flood to finished
We will now be
enjoying top quality curling ice at the WKCC.
Canadian Junior Men
The Matt Dunstone Team
Team Manitoba West
Kildonan CC, Winnipeg
Skip: Matt Dunstone
Third: Colton Lott
Second: Daniel Grant
Lead: Brendan MacCuish Coach: Scott
Matt Dunstone's Manitoba rink won the
men's title at the Canadian junior curling championship on
Saturday night with a 4-3 victory over Alberta's Thomas
Scoffin in Fort McMurray, Alta.
Tied in the 10th end, Alberta got a
break when a Manitoba peel attempt on Dunstone's first
delivery nudged one of Alberta stones in the house to bite the
button, corner-frozen to a Manitoba rock.
Scoffin froze to his own frozen rock,
and Dunstone played a peel-weight double takeout for the
It's Manitoba's first gold medal since
2002, when Winnipeg's David Hamblin claimed the Canadian title
at Summerside, P.E.I., and the seventh Canadian junior men's
title won by a Manitoba team.
Dunstone, 17, was backed up by third
Colton Lott, second Daniel Grant, lead Brendan MacCuish, while
Scoffin teamed with lead Bryce Bucholz, second Landon Bucholz
and third Dylan Gousseau.
Dunstone reached the final after a pair
of must-win games Friday — over Saskatchewan's Brady Scharback
in the last game of the round robin and against Ontario's
Aaron Squires in a third-place tiebreaker — before winning 9-4
over Nova Scotia's Stuart Thompson in the semifinal earlier
The loss ended a bid for back-to-back
gold medals for Alberta at the tournament.
The Manitobans will represent Canada at
the world juniors, starting Feb. 28 in Sochi, Russia, which
serves as a test event for the 2014 Winter Olympics curling
Skip: Bob Sigurdson Third: Darren Oryniak
Lead: Wayne Sigurdson
2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings
When: December 1-8,
Where: MTS Centre, 300
Portage Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba
The Old Classic full event pass has
been introduced first as a courtesy to the vast number of
curling fans that want to reserve the best seats in the house
for all 18 draws. It includes 14 draws of round robin action
plus the men’s and women’s semi-finals and finals on
championship weekend at a price of $429. This package also
comes with an earlybird bonus – a pair of tickets to one of
the first two draws on opening weekend – wrapped in with every
full event pass purchased before December 24.
Then, starting December 6, curling fans
will have the opportunity to put some “rocks in their socks”.
The $39 package, consisting of a pair of tickets to one of the
first two draws Sunday, December 1, 2013, is a perfect
stocking-stuffer for the upcoming holiday season. The new Flex
Mini Pack priced at $469 will be introduced in February, 2013
for fans that want to tailor their own personal ticket
package. Customers can pick the draws they really want to see
at the times that work best for their schedule.
Congratulations to the other respective
winners at the club
Team Kevin Campbell
Coca Cola Event:
123 MCA Men's
Paving Event - Winners
January 24, 2011
Brad Walker, Warren Shalay, Rob
Humniski, Nick Doherty & Dwight Wilson.
Historic 8 Ender
123rd MCA Men's
Kildonan’s Brian Leskiw not only scored an
eight-ender on Saturday night against Morris’
Lorne Hamblin. He stole eight. The remarkable
curling feat, which took place in the fourth end
of what turned out to be an 11-3 Leskiw victory at
the Granite, might have been historic,
Bonspiel officials haven’t had an eight-ender
reported in at least 10 years. Another official
said it was at least 25 years.
We couldn't be more proud of our little
half-hour domestic drama. It'll make you
laugh, cry and want to run out and grab a
beer with your best friends. It stars
Academy Award winner Patty Duke, Gemini
Award nominees Lolita Davidovich and
Caroline Neron, as well as Barbara Radecki
and Stephanie Anne Mills.
bit about the show...
Meet Patti, Shirley, Annette, Cindy
and Marge – Five very different women just trying to
stay afloat amidst the chaos of life: demanding
children, high-maintenance husbands, mortgages that keep
them awake at night, uninspiring jobs, and all the
challenges that come from being a wife, a mother and
more significantly, a woman. They’re working class women
who do it all and more. And they’re just desperate for a
little me time. They are the real desperate
BUT…all is forgotten, all is left
behind when they are together, playing, training, and
competing for their true love…curling. They are proud
members of the West Kildonan Curling Club in Winnipeg,
Manitoba. Don’t worry – this is NOT a show about
curling. For our women, curling is just their escape,
their girls’ night out and, frequently, a metaphor for
Directed by the brilliant Mario
Azzopardi (acclaimed director of “ZOS: Zone of
Separation”) and writers Lara Azzopardi and Julia Cohen,
Throwing Stones is a show about life, love, and the
power of friendship. Throwing Stones was produced by
Mario Azzopardi, Lara Azzopardi, Julia Cohen and Kim
Todd (Original Pictures).