David Prystay, Penticton Lakeside Resort general manager, trying his hand at the sport of curling. Submitted photo

Welcoming the Scotties to Penticton

Penticton Lakeside Resort is all decked out for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts

The Penticton Lakeside Resort has decked out their lobby with flags from across Canada to help welcome and promote the women’s national curling championship Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Related: Scotties a stone’s throw away

A Wild Card draw with entry into the main event on the line takes place on Friday (free to the public, but a ticket is needed from the South Okangan Events Centre box office) at 6:30 p.m.

Related: A closer look at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts field

The main event runs from Jan. 27 to Feb. 4.

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