The City Welcomes Curling’s Brightest U-18 Stars 

The best under 18 curlers are on their way to Timmins! Feb. 5 to 11, the McIntyre Curling Club hosts the 2023 Under 18 Championships presented by Newmont Porcupine. 21 women’s teams and 21 men’s teams from across Canada will try to TAKE OUT the competition and score the National Championship at the historic McIntyre Community Centre and Curling Club.

“We are excited to welcome all teams and competitors to Timmins,” says Mayor Michelle Boileau. “This is the largest national event the McIntyre Curling Club has ever hosted and an opportunity for residents to watch curling’s up and coming stars. Part of the City’s success can be achieved through sports tourism. We can provide the resources and infrastructure for larger events, but it’s also important to get out and cheer on the participants. Let’s show event organizers that Timmins is a premier host destination.”

To help showcase all that Timmins has to offer, Tourism Timmins has worked tirelessly with event organizers to help promote activities around the city for players off the ice.

“Tourism Timmins will be set-up at the McIntyre Community Centre during the championships,” says Lacey Rigg, Coordinator of Meetings, Conventions and Sports Tourism. “We will be working with teams to coordinate activities and make suggestions on how they can best enjoy Timmins. This is our opportunity to showcase our local tour operators, businesses, and attractions.”

Each match-up will be a guaranteed nail-BITER! Tickets are on sale now at HURRY HARD to SWEEP up your tickets and don’t miss a minute of the action.

Posted by Amanda Dyer On 1/23/2023 at 12:46 PM  

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