Saskatchewan’s Outback is now home to crokicurl.
After making appearances in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Regina, the game has made its way to Carrot River.
The sport that combines curling and crokinole is ready to play in the community according to recreation director Miranda Blaber.
“We are going on an honour system,” said Blaber. “The rocks and rules and instructions are all there, they can play whenever they want to, it’s completely free and accessible to the public all the time.”
She added that they are hoping that people will respect the space and return the rocks to their storage box when they are done with them.
She says the idea came from people at Integra Tire in December, who helped immensely.
“It’s unique, it’s new and we have the property we can put in on, and I think people will love it.”