For Immediate Release
Home team schedule confirmed, new ticket packages available for 2020 Scotties
We don’t know who will be wearing the Saskatchewan colours, but we know WHEN Team Saskatchewan will be playing in the early rounds of the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
And now, fans have a chance to lock down some prime seats for the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship, which is scheduled for Feb. 15-23 at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw.
Friday at 10 a.m. CT, a variety of new ticket offers will be available to curling fans. Here’s a look at what will be available:
Also, in honour of the 20th Sandra Schmirler Telethon Day on the opening Sunday at the Scotties, and to celebrate a beloved Saskatchewan champion, the Scotties is launching a Celebrate Sandra Schmirler Sunday BOGO Sale! Buy a Draw 4 ticket for the opening Sunday afternoon, featuring Team Saskatchewan vs. defending champion Chelsea Carey and Team Canada for just $32.50, and you’ll also get a ticket for Draw 5 (Sunday evening) to see the home team play back-to-back for FREE! The offer is limited to the first 500 bundles, and ends Oct. 31 or when the bundles are sold out — whichever comes first!
Undoubtedly, many of those packages will be sold with a priority of seeing Team Saskatchewan in action; here’s a look at Saskatchewan’s schedule for the first five days of the Scotties while the two eight-team pools complete the preliminary round-robin:
As well, the draw for Team Canada has also been locked in:
Opponents won’t be known until the list of provincial/territorial champions is complete in the new year following provincial/territorial playdowns.
Ticket packages will be available online at curling.ca/tickets, at the Mosaic Centre box office, or by calling 306-624-2050.
The 2020 Scotties will kick off with the Wild Card Game on Feb. 14, featuring the top two teams on the Canadian Team Ranking System that didn’t qualify through their playdowns.
In addition to being a part of the world’s most famous women’s curling competition inside Mosaic Place you’ll also be a part of what will be Saskatchewan’s most famous curling party, the HeartStop Lounge — just a few indoor steps away from the arena bowl at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre. You can check out live music, have a meal and mingle with players and fellow fans from all over Canada.
Keep checking www.curling.ca/2020scotties for all event updates, including volunteer signup, new ticket offers, team announcements and the event schedule when it is set.
Those wishing to volunteer can register at www.curling.ca/volunteer/ to stay up to date on volunteer opportunities.
TSN/RDS2 will provide complete coverage of every draw at the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Ryan MacIvor Named General Manager of Mosaic Place as Spectra Takes Over Venue Management
Industry Vet Brings 19 Years Experience to Moose Jaw’s Premier Arena
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan (September 24, 2019) — Spectra, the largest private management company in Canada, has appointed Ryan MacIvor as general manager to lead venue operations at Mosaic Place. The company, which operates 25 venues across Canada, began its management contract at the 4,500-seat arena in Moose Jaw on September 3.
MacIvor will oversee all aspects of the facility’s daily operations, including contract negotiations, event booking, financial planning, and marketing initiatives. He will work closely with the Western Hockey League’s Moose Jaw Warriors, the building’s main tenant, and manage all ice hockey and curling events.
“Spectra manages venues across the country, from the east coast to the west,” MacIvor said, “and we look forward to positioning Moose Jaw at the epicenter of Canada’s central corridor. We want the region to be a hub for world-class sports and entertainment—as well as host to an abundance of community events—and look forward to training our employees to deliver an excellent guest experience.”
Previously, MacIvor was Spectra’s general manager at the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, which regularly hosts concerts, motorsports, and family shows. While there, he secured an historic five-year hosting partnership with Hockey Canada, and was one of 12 people in the country that sat on Hockey Canada’s National Task force for Events. Simultaneously, he oversaw Tourism Dawson Creek, the city’s destination management organization, and was responsible for the Visitor Centre operations, the Sports and Events Office, and an attraction called the Alaska Highway House.
“With Ryan at the helm, Spectra will position Moose Jaw as a must-stop destination for sports and entertainment,” Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie said. “Our new partner brings considerable resources to the table: strong relationships with promoters, business intelligence, streamlined policies and procedures, next-level customer service, and a network of professionals across North America to help train and support our employees. We look forward to optimizing our operations and restoring vibrancy to our cherished venue.”
Dean Clarke, Spectra’s regional vice president who oversees Canada, added: “Ryan is one of Spectra’s top general managers. He is dedicated not only to the success of the venue, but also to the success of each employee. He won’t relent until Mosaic Place is once again recognized as one of the best venues in Saskatchewan.”
Spectra operates 182 venues across North America, with 25 located in Canada.
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About Mosaic Place
Mosaic Place is a multi-purpose 200,000 square foot facility located in in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. The 4,500- seat arena is home to Western Hockey Leagues’ Moose Jaw Warriors. Inside the facility is Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre complete with eight sheets of ice regulated for curling. Privately managed by Spectra, the venue will host a variety of events throughout the year including ice hockey games, concerts and community events.
The Offspring with Sum41 | November 22, 2019
Opening Act - Dinosaur Pile-up
Doors 6 pm | Showtime 7 pm
General Admission Standing Floor - Total $105.00
Arena Seating - $ 98.50
Section C - $ 84.50
The Offspring VIP Tour Package Floor - $180
The Offspring VIP Tour Package – Arena Seating - $170
Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package (Floor) - $ 180
Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package (Arena Seating) - $170
Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package (Floor) - $ 243
Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package (Arena Seating) - $233
Suites 5 or 6 ticket minimum $95 - Please confirm all purchases of suites with Angie. Deadline to purchase suite by November 18th.
VIP Packages Available
The Offspring - VIP Tour Package
P1 Floor - $ 180
P2 – Arena Seating - $170
One general admission pit or premium reserved seated ticket
Sum41 Ultimate Experience Package
P1 – Floor $243
P2 – Arena Seating $233
Description of package:
Sum 41 Early Entry/Merch Package:
P1 – Floor $180
P2 – Arena Seating $170.00
Description of package:
New Venue. New Look. New Experience.
Festival is the holiday event of the year in Moose Jaw where the business community and volunteers come together to help the Moose Jaw Health Foundation raise funds for new state-of-the-art medical equipment to save lives at our hospital. Festival of Trees, over the last 27 years, has raised over $4,000,000. No charitable event has enhanced healthcare for generations in Moose Jaw more than Festival of Trees.
Festival of Trees kicks-off the holiday season in the friendly city on Saturday, November 16th with a new venue, new look and new experience. This year’s theme, “Kaleidoscope” will inspire a brilliant holiday season.
While helping people have access the best medical equipment in Canada will not change, Festival is evolving to meet the needs and lifestyle of Festival guests. This year Festival of Trees is implementing many dynamic changes designed to create an even more magical holiday event.
There are ten primary changes to Festival of Trees this year:
James Murdock, Chairman of the Moose Jaw Health Foundation, commented, “There is no other event like Festival of Trees. The community comes together to help the Foundation save lives at the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital. The incredible Festival Volunteer Committee is creating an experience never seen in Moose Jaw before. I encourage every business and person in our community to come to the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre at Mosaic Place to experience it. Your support will help those in the fight against breast cancer.”
Money raised at the all-new Festival of Trees will go towards the Foundation’s Mammography Matters campaign to bring the next generation of mammography to our community. Last year over 3,300 mammograms were performed at our hospital. Every dollar raised at Festival of Trees will stay in Moose Jaw to help in the early detection of breast cancer.
New Venue. New Look. New Experience.
Following Festival of Trees on Saturday, Festival weekend continues with the Sunday Brunch, and Sundae with Santa presented by SaskWater.
To book your table or for more information, please call 306-694-0373.