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Carleton Place’s Oktoberfest



Don’t miss out on the fun! First annual fundraising event. Live German Band! Contests of skill strength! Traditional Bavarian food! Beer by Braumeister Brewing Co.

Tickets are $20 each.

Limited number of tickets available! To get tickets contact Leslie at 613-257-8586 or visit Braumeister Brewing Co.



Date :
Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 5pm

Event location :
Carleton Place Curling Club
120 Patterson Cr.,
Carleton Place K7C 4P3

Contact :

Phone contact: +1 613-257-1944

Spring Mixed Bonspiel – Carleton Place

7Join the Carleton Place Curling Club for their Annual Spring Mixed Bonspiel.

Date :
April 1st, 2016


Location event:
Carleton Place Curling Club
120 Patterson Cr. – Carleton Place

For further information, please visit:
Or by phone at +1 613-257-1944

St Patrick’s Day Bonspiel


St Patrick’s Day Bonspiel will take place at Carleton Place Curling Club for this coming 19th of March.

The fee is 150$ per team – 3 games guaranteed. Space is limited.

Date :
Wednesday March 19th, 2016, all-day

Location event :
Carleton Place Curling Club

Contact :
Please contact Shelley Rathwell at
For further information, please get a call at: 613-257-2833
Website :

Senior Winter Games Need More Competitors

For the residents of Carleton Place and Mississippi Mills, if you are 55 years or older and want to participate in the upcoming Senior Winter Games, all you have to do is to pick up a booklet and fill-out the registration form included. This booklet can be acquired at the Pakenham Curling Club, Pakenham Arena, or from Freda Somerton.

Carleton Place residents can also acquire registration forms at Branch 192 of the Royal Canadian Legion, Carleton Place Arena, Carleton Place Curling Club, or from Doug Smith.

Curling bonspiel, Bridge, and Euchre tournaments are still open for whomsoever is interested to participate in them. Competitors are still needed and registrations are still on going for the said events.

The preparatory games will start on January 23 with Duplicate Bridge, followed by Curling on January 27, followed by the 6-hand bid Euchre on January 29, and will be concluded in Febuary 9 with a 6-hand Euchre. These games will serve as preparation for the Ontario Senior Games on 2011 which will be held in Haliburton County.

It should be noted that the Euchre games are unsanctioned. This year, there will also be Hockey and 10-pin bowling teams who will participate in their respective games.

Unless an additional fee is indicated, the residents will only be charged $12 as registration for the games.