Castor arena will be closed New Year’s Eve, Day

Regular Castor arena schedule resumes Jan. 2

By Natasha Bozek, recreation director

This Weekend’s Hockey Results: Castor Novice 3 Viking 9, Castor Atom 2 Hanna 7, 3C’s PeeWee A 11 Okotoks 4, 3C’s PeeWee B 6 Blackfalds 5, 3C’s PeeWee B 5 Olds 8, 3C’s Bantam A 8 Strathmore 2, 3C’s Bantam B 2 Lacombe 7, 3C’s Midget 4 Stettler 8 and 3C’s Midget 6 Drumheller 6.

Beaver Dome Holiday Schedule; Saturday, December 23 10 a.m.-noon family skate, noon-2 p.m. public skate, 2-4 p.m. shinny, December 24/December 25 closed, December 26 Boxing Day tournament, December 27/28 closed for ice maintenance, December 29 11 a.m.-1 p.m. family skate, 1-3 p.m. public skate, 3-5 p.m. shinny, December 30 10 a.m.-noon family skate, noon-2 p.m. public skate, 2-4 p.m. shinny, December 31/January 1 closed and January 2 – regular schedule returns.

Arena Renovation Donation

The Castor Minor Sports Council would like to thank the Castor Fish & Game Association for their generous donation of $4,000 to the Arena Renovation Project. We are very grateful to the community for all of the support being provided to this project and we look forward to sharing our plans for the renovation at our New Year’s Eve event.

New Year’s Eve with the Dueling Pianos

We still have tickets available for our New Year’s Eve with the Dueling Pianos. In addition to the Dueling Pianos and a fabulous dinner by Michelle Breum, this night will include a fun casino where you can use your winnings to enter a cash prize draw! Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased at the Rec Office or by contacting Leanne Lougheed (780-237-8582), Tina Hronek (780-221-4645) or Tammy Spady (403-741-6579).

Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Game

If you’re still looking for a Christmas gift for that someone special, why not get them a raffle ticket to play or coach in our Alumni game? Tickets are $20 each, draw will take place on January 20th for a chance to play or coach with either the Leafs Alumni or Castor team. Tickets can be purchased at the Castor Recreation Office.

For more information on recreation programs please contact Natasha at 403-882-3225 or castorrec@townofcastor.ca.

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