Bill Kerwin, (left to right) Lars Norman, Ruby Kerwin and Jelena Svircev sweep under the instruction on Zach Simon (center) during an open house at the Granite Curling Club in Seattle on Feb. 18. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Bill Kerwin, (left to right) Lars Norman, Ruby Kerwin and Jelena Svircev sweep under the instruction on Zach Simon (center) during an open house at the Granite Curling Club in Seattle on Feb. 18. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Granite Curling Club hosts open houses to teach the Olympic sport

With the 2018 Winter Games wrapping up, the club expects its informal classes to fill up quickly.

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