Curling 101 Alumni Event
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Mayfield Curling Club
1545 Sheridan Road 
South Euclid, OH 44121

Ever wonder what Curling is all about?  Ready for part II for those that joined us last year?  Alumni, parents and friends of Mount Union are invited to an evening on the ice to "Learn How to Curl" (adults only) with our very own Richard '72 & Cheryl (Brown '72) Drake! 

Cheryl was part of the United States Women's National Curling Association as they competed in the Scot Tour, a 24-day, 20-game event where United States female curlers at the club level compete against Scotland’s female curlers, a competition that only occurs once every ten years since its inception in the 1950’s.

You will learn the basic curling techniques from members of the Mayfield Curling Club. All participants are required to sign a release form upon arrival to event.

Attire
Please bring a pair of clean tennis, running or athletic shoes with rubber soles. These are to be carried in checked upon arrival, not shoes worn to the Curling Lodge. Dirt, salt and other debris tracked in from outside will damage the ice and playing surface. The temperature in the playing area will be 40°F±. Curling is an active sport and layering is encouraged so participants are able to adjust to being cold or warm.

On‐ice curling attire should be comfortable and practical for the sport but needs to adhere to basic dress guidelines. Casual slacks, such as Dockers or khakis, or track‐style pants with collared or banded shirts, turtlenecks, fleece, vests and jackets are preferred over jeans, sweatpants, tee shirts or more casual attire. Jeans and denim are allowed at the curling lodge but not on the ice or generally the rest of Mayfield Sand Ridge Club property.

Guests will receive basic information and instruction on how to curl plus have the opportunity to get on the ice to curl.

 RSVP
Limited to 50 guests.  Contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at alumni@mountunion.edu or 330.823.2030 to RSVP or with any questions.
 

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