IN PICTURES: Fun at the Brier

The Brier Bear kept fans entertained while they waited for the autograph session to begin Saturday afternoon.

KAMLOOPS — Curling took over the city for 10 days and for those that took the time to attend there was a lot too keep them entertained.

While attendance was down the first few days, more than 4,000 people attended each draw during the final weekend. In addition to the on-ice action with the Okanagan team representing B.C. all the way into the final, a games corner, autograph sessions, photo booth, pin trading and Brier Patch offered many different activities to make the Brier memorable.

We decided to take a look at the Brier through the eyes of the fans, and here is what we saw.

To contact a reporter for this story, email jstahn@infotelnews.ca or call (250)819-3723.


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