Founded in 1866, the St. Marys Curling Club was established one year before Canada became its own country. The Curling Club will be celebrating its 150th anniversary with a special Gala Dinner on Saturday, January 30th at the St. Marys Golf & Country Club.
The gala event features a cocktail hour, entertainment, dancing, dinner and a special keynote address by Kaitlyn Lawes, 2014 Olympic gold medalist in curling. This event is open to members, non-members, future members, and non-curlers alike.
Lawes, 27, has been well-known in curling circles ever since winning the Canadian Junior Championship in 2008. A native of Winnipeg, she has played third for Jennifer Jones’ Manitoba team for the past number of years, including Canadian Championships in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015.
Tickets are available at the Curling Club, or online at www.stmaryscurling.ca.