For those not aware, Fogerty Arena has a restaurant to offset the non-profit organization’s costs of operating the hockey and curling rinks.
The Four Seasons Curling Club, located at Fogerty Arena in Blaine, will host national and international curlers vying for points and cash prizes in an inaugural Cash ‘Spiel, starting at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20 and continuing throughout the weekend including the finals on Sunday.
The Chinese women’s national curling team is training in August at the Four Seasons Curling Club at Fogerty Arena in Blaine. Two free exhibition games are scheduled against USA teams. Both sides have Olympic and world championship experience, promising spectators a good show, according to Fogerty Arena officials.
Every sports bar has televisions. But a new Blaine restaurant also gives you front row seats to live curling competitions while eating your dinner.
Interest in curling is high at North America’s first year-round, dedicated curling facility, located at Fogerty Arena in Blaine. So high, in fact, that the Four Seasons Curling Club is adding more learn-to-curl classes and low-cost, four-week instructional leagues.
Blaine’s Fogerty Arena continues to reinvent itself as one of the premier ice rinks in the Twin Cities area not only with the addition of a curling-exclusive rink, but also with upgraded ice making opportunities for the two hockey rinks.
The new Four Seasons Curling Club is hosting an open house and tailgating party noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 at Fogerty Arena, 9250 Lincoln St. N.E., Blaine.