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.
League registration is open for the new Four Seasons Curling Club, located at Fogerty Arena, 9250 Lincoln St. N.E., Blaine.
Five Olympians recently swapped stones and brooms for shovels during a long-awaited ground breaking of a curling rink at Blaine’s Fogerty Arena.
The Fogerty Arena Board of Directors has announced a May 31 groundbreaking date for a six-lane, $3.7 million curling facility in Blaine’s Aquatore Park.
Curling is coming to the Ice House in Blaine.
A conditional use permit (CUP) for a 28,100 square-foot curling facility next to Blaine’s Fogerty Arena glided smoothly through a recent public hearing.
Twin Cities area and national curling representatives have responded favorably to news about a curling facility being added to Blaine’s Fogerty Arena.
Blaine City Council discussion about a proposed Fogerty Arena curling center has facility and Blaine city staff drawing a careful but quick bead on numerous project details.
Plans for a state-of-the-art curling facility attached to Fogerty Arena took a huge step forward during a Blaine City Council workshop.
Blaine city leaders stood ready this week to take another shot at updated plans for a state-of-the-art Aquatore Park curling facility.