• Join the Chaska Curling Center for a Unique Activity that’s Fun for All

     
    POSTED April 25, 2017
     
  • Join the Chaska Curling Center for a Unique Activity that’s Fun for All

     
    POSTED April 25, 2017
     

Chaska Curling Center opened in December 2015, and has really taken off. In that short period of time, it has grown to 1,200 curlers currently, making them largest curling membership in the country. Lately, they’ve found that corporate team-building activities have become popular in the center, which can hold up to 48 guests for events. Larger groups upwards of 100 can be accommodated by splitting the group in half.

“Most people that come in don’t know how to curl. So we give them the rundown on how to play, throw the rock, sweep, and score points. Before you know it, they’re out there playing a game and having a blast,” says Jeff Isaacson, manager of the Chaska Curling Center. “The neat thing with curling is that anybody can play it and have a good time. It’s accommodating for any age or ability.”

For meetings or events, groups can reserve the Player’s Lounge, which seats 40 people comfortably, or they can rent the Chaska Event Center, which seats up to 300 people. Chaska Curling Center has also partnered with Crooked Pint Ale House for catering group meals. Curling has undoubtedly become an increasingly popular activity and a great team-building option for groups. 

Sometimes small communities are overlooked as meeting and event destinations when frequently they have the capacity to host moderate-sized groups in an affordable and enjoyable fashion, especially if the towns are used to welcoming tourists. It may take some piecing together of lodging and venues, but Minturn (located between Vail and Beaver Creek) demonstrated how by hosting MountainCon 2019 from May 3-5.

 

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