58th Annual BC F.F. Curling Championships

2016 BC Firefighters Curling Championships – Kelowna, BC.
January 28-30th, 2016. 551 Recreation Ave. Kelowna, BC.

Please come out and enjoy the great hospitality that Kelowna can deliver and have a great time while you are there. Bring your friends and enjoy. Good curling and most of all Good Friends make lasting Friendships. Enjoy!!!


TEAM ENTRY FORM

TEAM ENTRY TO BE FILLED OUT BY “SKIPS” ONLY. PLEASE ENCLOSE THE ENTRY AND MEMBERSHIP FEE OF $125.00 PER MAN OR $500.00 PER TEAM AND FORWARD TO THE ADDRESS BELOW. TEAM ENTRY AND MONEY MUST BE IN THE SECRETARY TREASURERS HANDS BY JANUARY 15TH.  IF ANY MEMBER OF YOUR TEAM DID NOT CURL THE PREVIOUS YEAR PLEASE INCLUDE $2.00 MEMBERSHIP FEE.  MAIL ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO:

STEVE ERRINGTON
SEC. TREAS. B.C.F.F.C.A.
128-19677 Meadow Garden Way
Pitt Meadows
V3Y 0A2.
(604) 802-0915
steve@bcffca.ca


 

Delta Kelowna
Delta Grand Hotel and Resort 1310 Water Street, Kelowna, BC. Call the hotel at 250-763-4500 or 1-800-465-4651

Hotel Accommodation
The BC Fire Fighters Curling Association has arranged with The Delta Grand Hotel and Resort to have rooms blocked off  for all participants with a special room rate.  Room Special $110.00 per night. Call the hotel at 250-763-4500 or 1-800-465-4651.  Be sure to let them know you are with curling or Just click on the link below and reserve your room today.

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We here at the Delta Grand hope you enjoy your stay. GOOD CURLING!!

 


 

2016 itinerary Kelowna, BC – December 27 – 31, 2016

Wednesday Jan. 27Meet and Greet / Skips meeting- Kelowna Curling club
Thursday Jan. 28First Day Draws 7:00 Opening Ceremonies after first draw.
Thursday Jan. 28No Evening Curling
Friday Jan. 29Second Day Draws
Friday Jan. 29Banquet 6pm Start
Saturday Jan. 30Third Day Draws
Sunday Jan. 31Fourth Day Draws in Needed


 

We here in Kelowna would like to acknowledge last years championships in New Westminster.  It went very well thanks to all the hard work of the Emergency Services Curling League and the great help from the team at the curling rink. A big thank-you needs to go out to Steve Errington and his crew.