Wildewood is not a private club. We are community based and open to the Public. We have year round activities both indoors and out. We have hosted International, National and Provincial level sports events for over 50 years. A community resource with a rich history and pride in our athletes!
The New Face of Wildewood
Kelly Lauber and Kelsey Boettcher Win the Manitoba Mixed Doubles Trials
against Connor Njegovan and Robyn Njegovan 7-6 at the Wildewood Curling
Club in Winnipeg Feb.15-17. They will represent Manitoba at the inaugural
Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials to be held March 14-17, 2013 at the Leduc
Recreation Centre and Leduc Curling Club in Leduc, Alberta. The competition
format will consist of 32 teams (each team consists of one male curler and,
one female curler) divided into four pools of eight, with the top two from
each pool after the round robin plus the four teams with the next-best records
advancing to a 12-team single elimination playoff.
The winning team will then represent Canada at the World Curling Federation’s 2013
World Mixed Doubles Championship, to be held in Fredericton,
New Brunswick from April 13-20 at the Grant-Harvey Centre.