Activities and events Active Schools Active Schools Events ASN Curling Festival Register your school now The ASN curling festival is ran by Aberdeen City Active Schools in partnership with Curl Aberdeen, Grampian Disability Sport and Aberdeenshire Active Schools. The festival is designed to give the children experience in curling through fun games on the ice, in a safe and supported environment. Below you will see details on the festival along with a breakdown of the games that will be provided. Date: 22nd March 2019 Venue: Curl Aberdeen Time: 10am-12noon (Secondary) 12noon-2pm (Primary) Closing Date: Wednesday 13th March 2016 Further Information: Teams of 4 children Maximum of 12 teams (48 kids on ice) Curling Station Information Station 1 – Closest to the middle Each team gets 4 stones to get it closest to the middle of the house. Each team’s stones are removed following all 4 stones. Each circle is a different number of points, these will give a team score at the end of all 4 stones. Station 2 – Knock-out Each team must knock the opposite colour of stones out of the house using only 4 stones. 1 point will be awarded for each stone knocked out. 1 point will be awarded for every additional stone left still to throw once all opposite stones have been knocked out. Station 3 – Knock-in Each team must knock the opposite colour of stones into the house using 4 stones. Scoring will be the same as station 1. Station 4 – Skittles Similar to bowling each player gets 1 stone to knock down as many cones as possible. 1 point will be awarded for each cone knocked down. Station 5 – Dodge-ems Similar to station 1, each team has 4 stones to get closest to the middle of the house, however this time there are guards in the way that they must avoid or knock out of the way. Station 6 – Curling Game This station will be a full game with each team having 4 stones each to get as close to the house as possible. Stones will only be removed if the touch the sides, go past the house or after all stones have been delivered and the game is over. Points will be awarded for each stone that is closest to the centre.