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Curling Championship Coming to Moose Jaw

23 Dec, 2014


The 2015 Scotties Tournament of Hearts is heading to Moose Jaw, Feb. 14-22 at Mosaic Place, and curling fans can now reserve the best seats in the house for all the excitement of championship weekend.

The Classic Mini Pack, on sale for $149, guarantees the same great seat for the final six draws, highlighted by the crowning of our new Canadian women’s curling champions.

Ottawa’s Rachel Homan will return to the national stage to defend her Team Canada title for the second consecutive year, along with third Emma Miskew and lead Lisa Weagle. Newcomer Joanne Courtney will take the place of longtime second Alison Kreviazuk.

It marks the second time in just over two years that Moose Jaw has moved into the spotlight of the country’s competitive curling scene. The resounding success of the 2012 Canada Cup, which set an attendance record for the event, provided the springboard that ultimately earned the city the right to host the Scotties for the first time.

Along with a prime seat for all the action on the ice at Mosaic Place when Canada’s top 12 teams compete for the national title, every ticket to the Scotties includes complimentary admission to the HeartStop, right next door in the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre.

The HeartStop is the place where the entertainment carries on after the games are done. Fans will step into a party that comes complete with an appetizing selection of food and beverages, live music and interactive fun for the whole family. Plus, it’s an opportunity to meet with the athletes at daily Team Autograph sessions and Up Close and Personal interviews.

“Live it Live” when the Canadian women’s curling championship comes to Moose Jaw. Reserve your seats today just by clicking here.

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