People interested in trying curling are invited to come by the rink on Monday evenings; trained instructors are available to give a lesson, upon request. Visit our website www.nelsoncurling.com to get more information.Are you new to the area or wanting to get back into curling?Well, the NCC is taking registration for the second half of the season and will try to accommodate your entry by finding a team or adding you to the spare list. Visit our website to contact a league rep or call the curling centre at 250-352-7628 for more information. Looking for something interesting to do this weekend? Drop by the rink to watch the Ladies League annual bonspiel. Curling starts Saturday morning and finishes Sunday afternoon.We are now well into the first half of the season and team placement for Men’s’ and Ladies Leagues are as follows:Men’s TuesdayBeaudry (12); Meadows (9); Zelonka (7); May R. (7); Salviulo (7); Cutler (6); Marsh (6); Thompson (6); May A. (6); Haynes (4) Men’s ThursdayZelonka (11); Salviulo (10); Marsh (10); Lewis (9); Wudkevich (8); Barnhart (6); McClelland (6); Burch (4); Meadows (4); Cutler (4); Richardson (2)LadiesDeTremauden (10); May (9); Walgren (8); Sutherland (6); Cowden (6); Dreher (5); Prentice (4); Mackenzie (0) By Terry Richardson, Nelson Curling ClubFrom now to the conclusion of the season, Nelson Curling Club rep Terri Richardson is going to inform the public of events and happenings at the Cedar Street facility.This past weekend, the Curling Club was part of Nelson’s Sports Day at the NDCC Arena.The Curling Centre had the opportunity of participating in “Sports Day” hosted by the Nelson Sports Council. This event provided exposure for local clubs to promote their sport either through demonstrations or information booths. The NCC’s booth included our popular Rocks and Rings for youth activity, along with members promoting curling and answering questions.