FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 12, 2020
Chaska to host 2021 Junior National Championships
(STEVENS POINT, Wis.) – A state-of-the-art curling club built in 2015 is set to host the 2021 USA Curling Junior National Championships as the Chaska Curling Center has been named as the host site for the upcoming event.
Chaska will welcome the nation’s top U21 curlers to its six-sheet curling facility for the championship on March 28 – April 3.
Though a young curling club, the Chaska Curling Center, named the National Training Center in fall of 2018, is no stranger to hosting championship events. Having hosted the 2019 U18 National Championships, The Americas Challenge, the production of “Curling Night in America” and many other large-scale tournaments, the Chaska Curling Center has proven to be an incredible host site and USA Curling is looking forward to returning to their world-class facility for the 2021 Junior National Championships.
About the Chaska Curling Center:
The Chaska Curling Center opened in December 2015. We are home to over 1200 curlers, the largest curling membership in the country. Our arena has six sheets, locker rooms and a player’s lounge. The Curling Center is a City of Chaska/Parks and Recreation facility built as part of the Firemen’s Park renovation project. Guests and spectators are always welcome to visit the Curling Center and watch live curling games from the Welcome Hall or the Crooked Pint Ale House overlooking the arena. League games are played Sunday through Friday evenings October – April. Spring and summer leagues run May – September. For more information, visit www.chaskacurlingcenter.com or follow @ChaskaCurlingCenter on Facebook.
Photo by Rich Harmer