Second annual JamCan goes March 28-29 at curling club

Kids ages six to 12 invited to take part; registration deadline is March 20

The second annual JamCan goes March 28-29. Registration deadline is March 20.

The Comox Valley Curling Centre is hosting their second annual JamCan Bonspiel on March 28-29.

This two-day event will see kids (6-12) coming together to try their hands at hurling concrete-filled coffee cans and cut-off bleach bottles down a sheet of ice to see who can get the closest to the button.

They will have a chance to play four games (two each day). All they need are clean rubber soled shoes, a helmet and warm clothes. Lunch will be provided both days with the entry fee of $25.

Children can be registered as individuals or they can enter as a team of four. Deadline is March 20. Register at the Lewis Centre.

– Comox Valley Curling Centre

 

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