Hey everyone! Big shoutout to all the awesome folks who came down to Sydenham Community Curling Club tonight. A bunch of us got together and gave the place a solid clean-up to kick off the curling season right.
Every corner of the club got some love – from the entrance to the ice. We had teams sweeping, mopping, dusting, and sprucing up the locker rooms. And, of course, we spent time getting the ice just right for the games ahead.
The lounge area got a little facelift too. Freshly polished tables, rearranged chairs, and super clear windows. The view’s even better now!
But hey, it wasn’t all just work. We had a blast catching up, swapping old curling stories, and just having a good time together. That’s what it’s all about, right? The club’s not just about the game, but the great people and community vibes.
Big thanks to everyone who pitched in: Randy and Nancy Bechard, Gus and Cathy Lalonde, Deb Aarssen, Sue Poole, Bill Verbeem, Cathy Bertilini, Betty Meyskens, Jane Manekee, Jared Sweet, Tracy Maxim, Tony and Patti Metayer, Cheryl Apers, Luanne Berkvens, Harry Courtis, and the twins – Janice Gurd and Janet Lashmore. And of course, Doug Teeter and Scott Arnold for their hard work on the ice and ‘spazzywoman’ for taking all the photos.
Cheers to the upcoming season and all the fun times at the SCCC! 🥌🎉
In a celebration of community and camaraderie, the Sydenham Community Curling Club recently hosted an “Empty the Fridge” party, drawing members and guests for an evening of enjoyment and reconnection. As the warm ambiance of the club was amplified by laughter and lively conversations, it became evident that this wasn’t just any ordinary gathering.
Upon arrival, attendees were welcomed with an organized registration process, ensuring a seamless experience for everyone. But more than the formalities, it was the reunion of old friends that truly set the tone for the night. The echoes of cheerful greetings, hearty laughs, and reminiscent stories filled the air, rekindling connections that had perhaps been dimmed by the summer hiatus.
The rhythmic beats and melodious tunes of Jeff Black added a vivacious energy to the atmosphere. His performance was nothing short of electrifying, setting feet tapping and hearts racing. The club, known more for its curling matches, transformed into a musical haven for the night, proving that its spirit was versatile and ever-evolving.
The images from the event capture the essence of the night beautifully. The rustic charm of the clubhouse, adorned with twinkling lights, presented a cozy backdrop to the evening’s festivities. Whether it was the bustling bar area or the communal seating, every corner of the club resonated with the spirit of togetherness.
The Empty the Fridge party wasn’t just about depleting the club’s stock. It was symbolic of starting afresh, of making room for new memories while cherishing the old ones. As attendees left the venue, they carried with them not just the joy of the evening but the promise of many more such gatherings in the future.