Featured Event

NLPCA 23rd Annual Benefit Hockey Game

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Doors: 6:30PM

Show: 7:30PM

The Newfoundland and Labrador Police Curling Association is proud to present another night of family fun and entertainment!

23rd Annual Benefit Hockey Game

April 12th at Mile One Centre


Staring many local media personalities and other NL professional hockey players including Mark Dwyer, Fred Hutton, Eddie Sheerr, Ryan Snoddon, and former NHLer’s Terry Ryan and Harold Druken


“NL POLICE All Stars

Staring Newfoundland & Labradors “Top Cops” The best of the RNC and RCMP

Tourette Canada, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Stella Circle’s Just Us Program will each receive donations from this event!

 Since its inception, more than $220,000 has been donated to Children’s Charities throughout Newfoundland & Labrador as a result of these annual games.

 Additional proceeds raised will be used to cover the costs of our Provincial Police Curling Team representing NL at the Canadian Police Curling Championships.

The Members of the NLPCA and its executive would like to gratefully acknowledge and thank the businesses, organizations, members of the general public and the executive offices of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for your continued support.

For tickets or information, please call 1-800-215-8987.

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