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|February 23, 2011||Posted by admin under 1000 Islands, gananoque news|
UPDATE Feb 23rd – Here It Is!! – CLICK HERE to watch Rick Mercer Report from Feb 22nd. featuring Gananoque’s own Pondarama Curling & Pond Hockey.
UPDATE Feb 19th
The Rick Mercer Show will be airing the segment on Gananoque’s Pondarama on Tuesday, Feb 22, 2011. CBC @ 8pm. www.rickmercer.com
The Rick Mercer segment on the Gananoque Pondarama taped February 6th in Gananoque will not air in tonight’s episode of CBC’s The Rick Mercer Report.
Pondarama organizer Lori Higgs said in an e-mail to BNTV/Brocknews on Monday, “The Gananoque segment appearing on the Rick Mercer Show will not be tomorrow night (Tuesday). They are hoping for Feb 22 but will confirm later this week.”
In addition to the Gananoque segment, 1000 Islands Dockdogs was co-host of Pet Funfest in Toronto this past weekend and Rick Mercer was there. 1000 Islands Dockdogs President Karen Larocque said that the Pet Funfest segment of the Rick Mercer report could also air Feb. 22 along with Gananoque’s Pondarama segment.
Rick Mercer set to attend the World Pond Curling Championships & 1000 Islands Pond Hockey in Gananoque, Ontario
“Real Fans Play Outdoors.”
On February 4-6, 2011, in the heart of the 1000 Islands two new events, the 1000 Islands Pond Hockey Championship and the World Pond Curling Championship will unfold on the beautiful St. Lawrence River. Teams from across Canada and around the world will descend on the Gateway to the 1000 Islands, Gananoque ON, to experience both hockey and curling ‘in the raw’ on the St. Lawrence River.
Both the 1000 Islands Pond Hockey Championship and the World Pond Curling Championship are being launched in partnership with the 1000 Islands Accommodation Partners, the chamber, BIA, and numerous corporate, municipal and local sponsors. (more…)
|December 30, 2010||Posted by admin under 1000 Islands, Events, gananoque news|
Gananoque will play host to the new 1000 Islands Pond Hockey and World Pond Curling Championships on the St. Lawrence River February 4-6, 2011.
There are four divisions from a Men’s and Women’s Open, Men’s Master and a new Men’s 50+ division. Winners will get bragging rights a “by” into the Beaver Cup Pond Hockey Tournament in Ottawa during Winterlude later in February.
Teams will be gathering from all over the nation and a team from the United States has already registered as well.