Karen Maika of the Coastal Community Private Wealth Group presents the Neff rink with their prizes for winning the 2018 Alberni Valley men’s bonspiel. Who will prevail in the A-event this year? Come to the curling club Feb. 16–17 to catch the action. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Alberni Curling Club hosts 66th annual men’s bonspiel

Curlers will compete in four events Feb. 15–17

The Alberni Valley Curling Club will host its 66th annual men’s bonspiel Feb. 15–17, sponsored by Coastal Community Private Wealth Group.

Thirty teams have registered, with 20 coming from out of town, curling club spokesperson Darlene Barkley said.

Games begin Friday night and continue throughout the weekend. There are four events. Festivities include a dinner, dance and DJ for curlers.

The finals are slated for 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17. The public is welcome to come and watch the games.

The Alberni Valley Curling Club is located at 3250 Ninth Ave., Port Alberni. For more information, check out www.facebook.com/albernicurling.

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