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February 3-5

Minor hockey

Port Hardy bantam tournament at Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena. Concession, raffle table, 50/50 draws. Game schedule tba.

Curling

Broughton Curling Club’s annual Mixed Open Bonspiel in Port McNeill. Concession, lounge open. Game times tba. Info, Mike at 250-949-1245 or Nick, 250-956-2736.

 

February 4

Rep hockey

Playoffs – North Island Eagles peewees host Kerry Park, 2 p.m., Port McNeill. Eagles midgets host Juan de Fuca, 4:15 p.m., Port McNeill.

 

February 11

Rep hockey

Playoffs – North Island Eagles bantams host Powell River 1:15 p.m., Port Hardy. Eagles atom development hosts Cowichan Valley, 3 p.m., Port McNeill.

 

February 18

Skiing

Telefest telemark racing and exhibition at Mount Cain Ski Area. Includes evening slide show with John Baldwin. Registration begins 9 a.m., racing and awards to follow. Info, www.mountcain.com

 

February 24-26

Minor hockey

Port Hardy midget tournament at Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena. Concession, raffle table, 50/50 draws. Game schedule tba.

 

February 24-25

Figure skating

Port McNeill Figure Skating Club 2012 Ice Carnival at Chilton Regional Arena, 7 p.m. Friday, 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday. Raffle table, concession. Info, Elizabeth 250-956-3995.

 

 

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