There's blood and guts on the ice, and Skipper is dead! It's a 1920s Curling Murder Whodunnit.
Put on your gumshoes, and pick up your magnifying glasses to search for clues, on and off the ice, to solve the mystery of the year.
Only $260 per murder solving team.
Only 24 spots available. Register ASAP and secure your team's spot by paying a $100 deposit to the Port Moody Curling Club.
~ Pool Play
~ 50/50 Draws all weekend
~ Saturday Dinner & Entertainment
~ Extra Dinner Tickets $20
~ Solve the Mystery for a chance to win your team registration back
~ Bonus points for the most creative motive
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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".