Learn to Curl 

Saturday, March 21 at Idaho Iceworld

The ice is nice.

The ice is nice.

If you were hoping to read about how to do a 'do, sorry. This class is for people who want to master the sport of curling. Though it made its debut at the first Winter Games in 1924, it suffered setbacks during the next several decades, being relegated to a demonstration sport before earning medal status in 1998.

Be a part of history by joining the Boise Curling Club for lessons at Idaho IceWorld. Equipment is provided for this all-ages class, where you will learn to sweep, throw stones and stay upright on the ice during 30 minutes of off-ice instruction on etiquette and technique, followed by a full hour of on-ice lessons and game play. Wear warm, loose-fitting clothing; clean rubber-soled shoes (such as sneakers); and a jacket or sweatshirt.

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