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Bemidji Curling Club to host Olympics watch party on Wednesday

The Bemidji Curling Club will host a Winter Olympics watch party and a "learn-to-curl" evening on Wednesday, Feb. 9, at the club, 1230 23rd St NW.

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The Bemidji Curling Club will host a Winter Olympics watch party and a "learn-to-curl" evening on Wednesday, Feb. 9, at the club, 1230 23rd St NW.
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BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Curling Club will host a Winter Olympics watch party and a "learn-to-curl" evening on Wednesday, Feb. 9, at the club, 1230 23rd St. NW.

"Learn-to-curl" will begin at 5:30 p.m. The cost to participate is $15. The fee goes toward pizza and pop, and participants should pay at the club.

The Olympics watch party will begin at 7 p.m. and attendance is free.

No curling experience or knowledge is required to attend the event. Attendees are not required to participate in the curling class, a release said.

Additionally, NBC will be stationed at the club to do a live look-in during the event.

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