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    Welcome to All Community Games

    *** 2019 All Community Games is Underway ***

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    Established in 2005, All Community Games' (formerly Asian Community Games) mission is to unite Asians and all other Canadian communities through several days of friendly athletic competition.  The goal is to facilitate a better understanding through interaction with each other.

     

    Since the inception, we have been deeply encouraged by the responses and input of many communities. By focusing our first event on athletes of Asian descents, we felt a more level playing field had been achieved. In 2007, the Asian Community Games was opened to all Canadians of different age groups and ethnic communities. In 2017, to reflect the participation from all ethnic communities, the Asian Community Games was officially renamed to All Community Games.

     

    With the support of Curling Canada, to celebrate the Curling Day in Canada, promote the sport of curling, as well as to kick off the 15th (2019) All Community Games, we are proud to host our Curling 101 (Learn to Curl) event on February 23, 2019 (Saturday).

     

    If you never curl before but are interested / curious about the sport, Curling 101 is the perfect opportunity for you to find out more about the sport and “Learn to Curl”. We will be hosting 5 one-hour hands-on Learn to Curl sessions.  No experience required, just bring a pair of running shoes. Helmets are required for children 12 and younger. You may sign up for multiple sessions for better experiences. Cost is $15 per person / per session.  Spots are limited, so register early.

    Curling is a sport great for any ages.  So come join us on the Curling Day February 23, 2019 (Saturday) to experience the sport. Please see the flyer below for more information / registration.

     

     

    Asian Community Games Sponsors

    With the support of Curling Canada, to celebrate the Curling Day in Canada, promote the sport of curling, as well as to kick off the 15th (2019) All Community Games, we are proud to host our first Bonspiel and Curling 101 (Learn to Curl) event on February 23, 2019 (Saturday).

    If you never curl before but are interested / curious about the sport, Curling 101 is the perfect opportunity for you to find out more about the sport and “Learn to Curl”. We will be hosting 5 one-hour hands-on Learn to Curl sessions.  No experience required, just bring a pair of running shoes. Helmets are required for children 12 and younger. You may sign up for multiple sessions for better experiences. Cost is $15 per person / per session.  Spots are limited, so register early.

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