Estevan's Curling Club is starting up what is sure to be an exciting 2022 season, with plenty of events planned out.
Regular curling games resumed this week after the Christmas break, with some free drop-in games.
The curling club is also setting up plenty of events for 2022, with a full schedule this weekend.
Club manager Pauline Ziehl Grimsrud details what is looking to be the start of a few busy days.
"This weekend we will be celebrating this Friday night a curling day in Saskatchewan. We're gonna have free drop-in curling," said Grimsrud, "We're gonna have a nice night here and get people in and do some throwing some rocks and have a good time upstairs, really having fun with that."
That curling day will then be followed up by an event for youth curlers spanning the rest of the weekend.
"Saturday-Sunday we are the host location for the winter games playdown for four-person curling. We have the girls and boys coming," said Grmisrud, "We're looking forward to having a bunch of youth curlers on the weekend."
Next weekend will have a youth bonspiel, with the weekend after that having the club host yet another winter games curling set.
This is all in addition to their usual events which the club holds for the local community.
But one of the biggest events for the curling club will come in March, with an event that is sure to bring out some of the best curlers in the province.
"We're preparing for the CurlSask master's provincials, mens and womens events will be hosted here in Estevan from March 10th to 13th. We're really looking forward to that, there are some high-caliber curlers that are always at that event," said Grimsrud, "People who curled competitively for many years. We're under the understanding that we might have one or two local teams entering so it's always nice to have some local faces competing at the events."