It will be a busy weekend of curling at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre.
Now only is the centre hosting the South Central district high school curling playdowns, but there will also be hosting the Ford Hotshots and the Dominion curling playdowns.
The Dominion club championship will feature both women’s and men’s titles on the line.
On the women’s side, Roberta Fonger and Elaine Robson will square off in a best-of-three final.
The men’s field of Bill Ross, Ryan Wenarchuk and Wade Gray will play a round-robin to determine the finalists. The final is slated for Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m., the centre will host the Ford Hot Shots.
The Hot Shots competition is open to the public and is free of charge. At the same time Moose Jaw Ford will have their 2013 vehicles on display and a test drive will earn a $20 donation from Ford Canada to Curl Moose Jaw.
Everyone who test drives a car will be entered with a chance to be one of two winners who get a chance to throw a draw to the button at 4 p.m. The draw must completely cover the button without the aid of sweeping, but a successful throw will earn the winning curler $100,000.