The Haliburton Red Wolves have been active, playing shuffleboard at the Minden Curling Club every other Friday over the summer.

In previous years, the Red Wolves didn’t have the luxury of an indoor court and would have to cancel their events due to poor weather.

Now, thanks to the curling club, they are able to play indoors. Volunteer Tracey Pratt said, “we can’t thank the curling club enough for this opportunity, since shuffleboard is a very short season. The shuffleboard program would not be possible without the support of our amazing volunteers from the Minden seniors shuffleboard league.”

The Red Wolves are in the middle of their summer sports program, playing bocce on Wednesdays, golf on Thursdays and shuffleboard every other Friday.

This September, their bowling program will return Wednesdays at Fast Lane bowling in Minden, and their curling program will resume on Mondays in October at the Minden Curling Club.

They will also be hosting a fall fundraiser bowl-a-thon in October which is open to anyone who is interested.

“New athletes are always welcome, whether you are a summer resident or live here year-round. No previous experience required. There’s always lots of volunteers to help.

Feel free to come out and try one of our sports to see if you might like it,” Pratt added.

For more information about the Haliburton Red Wolves and their fall fundraiser, go to or their Facebook page Haliburton Red Wolves.