Calgary is hosting its own curling tournament this weekend, and though there are no gold medals on the line, there will be plenty of beer, music, and food.
When the Beltline Bonspiel was started last year, it marked the first outdoor curling tournament hosted in Calgary in over 100 years. The event was so successful – it drew a crowd of over 500 – that organizers will be hosting the second annual Beltline Bonspiel this Saturday, February 7.
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Along with watching teams compete, the event will also provide multiple activities throughout the day. These include free admission to Lougheed House, a family curling zone, a beer garden, a warm up zone, and a Winterland Kids Zone.
Music will be provided by DJs all day long, and local vendors will include Naina’s Kitchen and Village Beer.
The event runs from 11 am to 4 pm on Saturday, February 17.
When: Saturday, February 17, 2018
Time: 11 am to 4 pm
Where: The Lougheed House – 707 13th Avenue SW, Calgary