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Burntwood Curling Club in Thompson
Head to northern Manitoba for a visit to the town of Thompson. A hub of business and travel in northern Manitoba, Thompson features plenty of local sports clubs and teams. Check out the Burntwood Curling Club or the Norman North Stars of the Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League.
The Norman North Stars compete against teams like the Winnipeg Wild and the Eastman Selects. Founded in 1985, the Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League is considered the highest level of minor league hockey in Manitoba, and awards the Jack Forsyth League Trophy to the league champion at the end of every season. Manitoba Midget hockey games begin in September, and run throughout the fall and winter.
Thompson may be bustling with hockey activity, but many in the area love curling. The Burntwood Curling Club is a popular choice for visitors to the area curious about curling. Utilizing a six-sheet field, the Burntwood Curling Club operates from the Thompson Recreation Center.
The Burtnwood Curling Club has been actively curling in the Thompson Recreation Center in 1978. Featuring men’s, women’s, and mixed leagues, the Burntwood Curling Club is a fixture of local curling lore.
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