The Dart League has found a home at the Kimberley Curling Club.

Dart League seeks new members

It’s that time of year. Outdoor activities are limited, especially until the ski hill opens, and thoughts turn to a long winter.

If you’re looking for something to do on Wednesday evenings this winter, why not consider throwing a few darts? The Kimberley Dart League has been around for some 20 years, meeting at various local establishments.

They have now found a home at the Kimberley Curling Club and meet each Wednesday at 7 p.m. for a few games, a few beverages and a lot of fun.

“It’s a good spot,” said league member Eric Jones. “There are nice lights, it’s a pretty skookum venue and the Curling Club really welcomed us with open arms.”

There are open, mens and womens leagues and everyone is welcome.

“If you think you can throw a dart, come down and check it out,” Jones said. “We’d love to get a few more members.”

The Club is just now organizing for the season , so drop by or call Darlene at 250-427-2279 or Eric at 250-427-3424.

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