Newbie Spiel

It's the Newbie Spiel to Rule Them All!

12 teams.  6 sheets.  ONE RING.

Only $200 per team or $50/solo traveller.  Teams can be all female, all male, and everyone in between.  Sign up as a team, or sign up as a solo and we'll place you on a team to conquer Sauron and find the Ring. 

Register ASAP and secure your team's spot by paying a $100 deposit to the bar at the Port Moody Curling Club, Monday to Friday evenings, 8pm-10pm.


~ Saturday Dinner included for Adventurers
~ Extra Dinner Tickets $20 per person
~ Bonus points for the best costumes

 

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Did you know...

The origin of the word 'Bonspiel' is primarily Gaelic.

Since curling is believed to have originated in Scotland, it is likely that "bonspiel" is a modern adaptation of the Scottish Gaelic words "bonn" (coin) and "spéil" (skate) meaning "coin skate" or "cornerstone skate" (archaic definition).

"Spiel" may also have been a Germanic borrowing, meaning "game". In that case, the word may have meant "cornerstone game".