The Zone 2 Silver Tsunamis were among the women’s hockey teams that made their debut at the 2018 55+ BC Games. Photo supplied

Registration open for 55+ Games

If you’ve ever wanted to vacation in wine Country in September, and play a sport in the 55+ BC Games, now is your chance. This year, the Games (formerly known as the BC Senior’s Games) are set to roll in Kelowna. Sports featured are 8-ball, archery, badminton, bocce, carpet bowling, cribbage, cycling, darts, dragon boating, equestrian, fast-pitch, 5 pin bowling, floor curling, golf, women’s and men’s hockey, horseshoes, ice curling, lawn bowling, mountain biking, pickleball, slo-pitch, snooker, women’s 7 aside and men’s 11 aside soccer, sturling (curling with a stick), squash, swimming, table tennis, tennis, track and field, triathlon and whist.

The event runs from Sept. 10–14. Registration opened March 1.

Register at www.55plusbcgames.org

The Comox Valley is in Zone 2. Each sport has a co-ordinator to contact for details.

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