Nine communities in B.C. will host provincial championships in 2020. Curl B.C. released the schedule Tuesday, leading off with the B.C. Junior Curling Championships which will run Dec. 28 to Jan. 2 in Victoria.
The B.C. Men’s and Women’s Championships take place Jan. 28 to Feb. 2 in Cranbrook and the B.C. Senior Curling Championships go Feb. 18-23 in Vernon.
Curling will be a big part of the B.C. Winter Games, which are being hosted Feb. 20-23 in Fort St. John.
Hope will welcome the B.C. Mixed Doubles Curling Championship Feb. 25 to Mar. 1.
The Connect Hearing B.C. Masters Curling Championships take place March 3-8, in Duncan/Cowichan.
The B.C. U-18 Curling Championships head to Parksville March 17-22.
New Westminster hosts the B.C. Club Challenge March 26-29 and the AMJ Campbell B.C. Mixed Curling Championship runs April 1-5 in Abbotsford.
The B.C. Wheelchair Curling Championship is the only tournament without an announced venue, but it takes place March 1-3.
All events except the B.C. Winter Games lead to national curling championships.
B.C. is hosting three of those tournaments.
Langley welcomes the 2020 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Prince George hosts the 2020 World Women’s Curling Championship and the 2020 World Senior and Mixed Doubles Championships will be held in Kelowna.
The full list of qualification events is available at curlbc.ca/playdowns.