HPC OPEN BONSPIEL
Tennis courts were opened on June 11th.
Non-players should visit the club to enjoy one of Toronto's top veranda's with a cool beverage and watch some enthralling tennis action.
Curling a National Sport?
The petition will remain on line until Nov. 3 and can be accessed here.
Garden transformation begins
With many thanks to the volunteers who showed up to not only take all of the existing plants out from the beds on Indian Road but also replant them in various places around the edges of both parking lots. We are currently talking and negotiating with landscapers to rebuild the gardens at the front with a series of retaining walls and some raised planting beds. Why not drop by the club for a beer or cocktail over the spring and summer to see how we are getting on?
Club Curling Finals
Main winner: Wright runner-up: Dearie
"B" winner: Cauley runner-up: Ewing
"C" winner: Osborne runner-up: Robert
"D" winner: McMichael runner-up: Bryan
"E" winner: Burman runner-up: Morris
Main winner: Stanfield runner-up: Osborne
"B" winner: Sims runner-up: Dearie
"C" winner: Holland runner-up: Morris
"D" winner: Baty runner-up: Larden
"E" winner: Lubinsky runner-up: Tomihiro
OCA Competition Review
The OCA Competition Review Committee has competed its work.
All OCA Competitions will be changing.
The Report can be viewed here.
High Park Club
High Park Club History
A book covering the founding years and the challenges of starting a club and keeping it alive in its infancy.was published and is available from the pro shop. A book chronicling the first 50 years is in the draft phase and will be published in the near future. Oodles of information for the second 50 years has been collected. We are still collecting more information. We hope that members will have material to contribute whether it is articles, photographs, memorabilia or anecdotes. Especially details on how the tennis section got started and the challenges in switching from lawn bowling to tennis.
A High Park Team was in the first Brier, The Macdonald Tankard, held March 1927 .
Submissions and research by Al White.
TCA Introduces the TCA Bonspiel Circuit
The Toronto Curling Association is introducing a Bonspiel Circuit meant for TCA curlers. The idea is simple: play in TCA bonspiels for your chance to win cash! The more you play, the betters your odds of winning. Interested in joining? Check out all the information at www.torontocurling.com/the-tca-circuit.