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SFBACC events at Sharks Ice at San Jose
SFBACC events at the Oakland Ice Center
Events that apply to all SFBACC locations
The SFBACC has ice times for curling locked in at the Oakland Ice Center for the fall and winter seasons. We will have curling ice available on Wednesdays from 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
Specific leagues, lessons and clinics will be announced as they are scheduled.
New lessons and leagues have been announced for Fall 2010!
There will be a league in San Jose on Tuesdays 9:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. from September 21 to December 7. Cost is $250. You can register online either as a single or with a partial or full team (just indicate so in the notes section). We expect the demand to be high, so sign up early.
There will be an Oakland league Wednesdays from September 22 to December 15 6:45 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. No curling the night of November 24. Cost is $300. You can register online either as a single or with a partial or full team.
Curling ice will be available at Fremont during the fall season from September 18, 2010, through December 11, 2010, at 10:00 p.m. to midnight. See post for more details.
The SFBACC is pleased to announce a USCA Level 1 Instructor Clinic on Thursday September 2, at 7PM in Fremont. The SFBACC has undergone alot of growth this year, and we are still getting requests for more Learn to Curl clinics, Corporate Events and Lessons for both adults and youths. Many of our new curlers want to help others experience the joy of the sport, but may feel they do not have the skills needed, or feel they are not qualified to teach. This clinic is designed to help all curlers regardless of age or experience to become qualified to teach. Clinic is $35. Only 20 spots available and pre-registration is required. Click "read more" below for details and to sign up.
To SFBACC members,
As you know, the USCA has been holding town hall meetings to explain the High Performance Plan (HPP) that was created in 2008 and used last year to help prepare our Olympic teams. These meetings also cover the ongoing process to revise that plan, what it could mean for current and future athletes and how it relates to our funding from the US Olympic Committee.