Curling Headlines – Dec. 11, 2014

Day Two of Canadian Open coverage is here. Below are your curling headlines for Thursday, December 11th:

* Team Val Sweeting has busy January scheduled.

* New York Times: Curling finds new popularity in Brooklyn.

* We mentioned this in the third bullet point of December 9th’s headlines, but now the Ottawa Sun has an article about Richard Hart coaching Team Homan in the upcoming Scotties.

* Coastal Carolina Curling Club hosts Learn to Curl workshop at Wilmington Ice House on Saturday, December 13.

* Participation numbers at Fort Frances Curling Club are holding up.

* Dawson Curling Club closes again after returning ammonia leak.

* U.K. PE teacher introduces students to curling.

* Curling capers in Kelso, Scotland.

* Heather Smith rink shuts season down early.

* Little Rocks program teaches kids curling basics.

* Rocks and Rings program brings curling awareness to New Brunswick elementary schools.

* KHQ features Spokane’s new curling club.

* Moose Jaw Times Herald: Cash league standings tighten up.

* Pincher Creek budgets $3 million for new curling rink.

* Curling for Christmas benefit in New Mexico.


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