We’re having a bonspiel on Saturday, January 21st at the Lindsay Curling Club. Supporting the Lindsay Boys and Girls Club as well as the Lindsay Rugby Club. The entry is $240 per team, which includes morning coffee, lunch and dinner. No experience required. Love to see you there! Teams are normally 4 players, but I can work with 3-5. If people don’t have a team we can hook them up with people that need players. It’d be great if you’d pass the word on.
We’re looking for sponsors too, if you know any generous souls that would like to donate.
If you’d like to be a sponsor or enter a team, please email me at: email@example.com
It’s been a great time in the past! Hope to see you there.
Don’t forget that our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place at the Rugby Club on Saturday January 7th at 10am.
We are always looking for more executive members and fresh ideas, so we are hoping to see a lot of new faces joining us this year. See you there!
67 Vince Jones Rd.
(formerly Greenway Road)
Doors open at 8
Show starts at 9:30pm
Late buffet to be served @ 10:30 pm
Tickets are $30.00 each and are available at Burns Bulk Food downtown Lindsay or you can get them at the door, but keep in mind that tickets are limited.
*PLEASE NOTE: This is an age of majority event.
The Boys looking good after a big game vs Ireland on Saturday. Great job Rob Brouwer and Brett Beukeboom!!! You guys are making our little town and rugby club very proud.
Congratulations to Sam Evans, Mac Kea, Mike Little, Jeremy Wright, Lucas Geisser and Zach Lockhart, of the Guelph Gryphons, on the huge overtime win for the OUA Men’s Rugby Championship.
Rob Brouwer, president of the Lindsay Rugby Football Club has had a banner year with international matches as well as several championships closer to home
Source: Lindsay native’s globe-trotting rugby season topped with Ontario MVP nod
Congratulations to Rob Brouwer and Brett Beukeboom on their selection to the Canada Senior Men’s team for the November tour.
Congrats to Libby George and the Guelph Gryphons on their OUA Championship after defeating No. 1-ranked McMaster. Good luck at the Canadian University Championship!
Sunday is our night for Bingo Bingo to support the junior programmes at the club. As a revenue generation, it has been the mainstay of the juniors but is in decline. We need to support Bingo, so consider once or twice this season to get a group of friends together and go to Bingo Bingo on a Sunday. See our calendar here.