Dates: Thursday-Sunday, January 13-16, 2022
Chairs: Kevin Stevens, Brian Moore, Mike Krumme
Email contact: email@example.com
An international invitational bonspiel, founded by Alexander Mitchell, patron of the Grand National, who placed the medal into competition in Feb. of 1885. There are six events with a four-game guarantee. The 2022 Mitchell is the 136th overall and the 109th to be held at the Utica Curling Club. Dress code for banquet is business casual.
201 Woods Park Drive
Clinton, NY 13323
includes breakfast, queen double or king studio
Reservations: reserve online or call 315-793-1600 and mention Mitchell Bonspiel
4760 Middle Settlement Road
Whitesboro, NY 13492
Studio King; Double Queen
Alexander Mitchell, a Scot from Aberdeenshire, moved to Milwaukee in 1839 as the representative of a Scottish insurance company. He became a leading banker, industrialist and later on became President of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. In December of 1884, he donated the Mitchell Gold Medal for annual competition to be "played in the Eastern and Western sections alternately with the Gordon Champion Rink Medal." Mr. Mitchell died of pneumonia in the spring of 1887 and the last Western Competition was held in St. Paul in February of 1898. After that it was held only in the East, and in 1916, it was decided to make the Utica Curling Club the permanent host of the bonspiel.