With the announcement of provincial restrictions that take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Nov. 27, curling at Twin Rivers Curling Club is on pause to Dec. 17.
According to their Facebook page, includes club/league play and all competitions. All Saskatchewan curling rinks will close to Dec. 17 and all games, competitions and practises are suspended; they are seeking clarification on whether under-18 practises can proceed.
While curling is on hold, the Beaver Grill restaurant at the Northland Power Curling Centre will remain open, but with new restrictions limiting tables to four people.
“We know this is an incredibly challenging time for our curling community, we will get through this and don't forget we are here to support you,” the curling club says in a statement.