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Recreational - Early
The Friday 4:45 p.m. recreational league is open to all Adult (including Young Adult, 29 years old or younger) members, Shiftworker members, Novice League members, Full Junior members and Adult Student members. This is a non-competitive league. Games are six ends. The objective is to have fun, get some exercise, and socialize with other members, before, during and after games. After the games have been played and a sociable beverage has been had, many members often enjoy Friday night dinner at the Club in our dining room.
This league welcomes men and women players of all skill levels. It particularly appeals to members who work in the Oshawa area or have flexible working hours, whose work day ends by 4:00 pm or 4:30 pm and like the idea of going right to the Club for an early game. It may appeal to Durham College and UOIT students who would like to get in some curling after Friday classes without interfering with Friday night social plans. This league also appeals to active seniors and retirees of all ages. The atmosphere is friendly. There is no pressure to win. And there is always cheerful banter and good conversation after the game. Whether you are thinking about taking up curling for the first time or you are an experienced player, come out and join us. We are a friendly group who will do our best to make sure you have a good time.
Over the course of the 2016-2017 season, starting on Friday October 21st, we expect to play five schedules of four or five games each for about 21 to 24 games until the end of the season on April 7th. We may or may not play on Friday Dec. 23rd (that will be decided by the Members) or the last curling day before the Christmas break may be Dec 16th. Curling resumes after the Christmas-New year's break on Friday January 6th.
We expect to participate in the Club's Day of Champions on Sat. April 8th for the Recreational Leagues' bragging rights. The 4:45 p.m. league were the 2015 champions and runners-up in 2016.
The schedule is somewhat flexible in order to accommodate bonspiels, Ontario Curling Association competitions and ice maintenance scheduling.