Communities selected to host Decisive Farming Curlingtown presented by Crescent Point Energy with Laycock Curling/Team Saskatchewan 

Team Saskatchewan and the 2016-2017 Decisive Farming CurlingTown presented by Crescent Point Energy selected its five locations to host youth curling events.

Laycock Curling, the 2015 Tim Horton’s Brier Bronze Medalists coming off a great start to the 2016- 2017 campaign, currently sitting at 4th ranked team in Canada and well positioned for an Olympic trials spot, along with their sponsors Decisive Farming and Crescent Point Energy are excited about the upcoming 5 th annual CurlingTown events. This initiative is Laycock Curling’s way of driving participation by visiting five communities across Western Canada and teaching youth about Curling, sport, dedication, team-work and work ethic.

Numerous Curling clubs across the prairies submitted applications to host. The following locations were selected based on the excitement expressed in their applications:

After school junior clinics:

  • Whitewood Curling Club, Whitewood, Sask
  • Humboldt Curling Club, Humboldt, Sask
  • Livelong Curling Club, Livelong, Sask
  • Cudworth Curling Club, Cudworth, Sask

Grand Finale event – includes junior clinic and friendly game between local champion curling team and Laycock Curling and a community Lunch:

  • Virden Curling Club, Virden, Man

The team hopes each selected community will rally around their events and encourage youth to learn about curling, skill development, but most importantly to grow confidence and have fun!

“We are super lucky to have sponsors that allow us to help promote and grow the sport that has given so much. Since 2012, we have seen the commitment from Decisive Farming and Crescent Point Energy and we continue to grow it bigger year over year.” said, Kirk Muyres, Laycock Curling – Third. “The special part of the tour for us is to not only growing the participation at the youth level, but also teach kids about dedication and creating lasting levels of confidence in our future leaders and Olympic Athletes.”

The CurlingTown scheduled tour dates are below and also online at Contact your local community curling club for more information and to get involved!



Club Contact

Event Date/Time

Whitewood Curling Club


Chad Kelly – 306-735-7810

Jan 20, 2017 - 4-7pm

Humboldt Curling Club


Beverly Kaip – 306-682-2123

Feb 8, 2016 – 4-7pm

Livelong Curling Club


Starla Denny – 306-845-3129

Dec 20, 2016 – 4-7pm

Cudworth Curling Club


Kyler Broad – 306-321-5062

Feb 9, 2017 – 4-7pm

Virden Curling Club


Graham Freeman – 204-851-5982

Jan 21, 2017 – 9:30-3pm

The day will consist of the team signing autographs, taking pictures, teaching skills and chatting with the kids about their own experiences and allowing the kids to meet the 2015 Brier Bronze Medalists.  We look forward to seeing you all there! The team encourages any and all to join and come out for the day, experience and no experience!


For media & interview requests please call or email:  We would love to have you out for the day to grow the sport and community involvement in Saskatchewan.


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