How Do I Get Started in Curling?

So you want to give curling a try, but aren't sure how to get started?  Have no fear - we are here to help!

Learn to Curl Program (Curling 101)

Our popular 6 week learn to curl program is an ideal way to get introduced to the sport.  The first 4 weeks features curling instruction from certified coaches.  The last 2 weeks is dedicated to playing practice games, with instructors providing assistance.  For more information, check out our Curling 101 page.


You can get some friends together and rent ice at our facility.  For a reasonable rate we will provide an instructor and all the equipment you need.  Sessions are scheduled based on ice availability.  For more information, or to book a session,  contact our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Do I need equipment?

All you need to get started is a clean pair of running shoes and comfortable, loose-fitting pants.  We have a supply of slip-on sliders and brooms that you can use while you are learning - how awesome is that?!

Curling is a sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities.  Give it a try!

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2018 Elimination Draw

Final Draw - April 21/18

Jordan Fusari - $1000
Robert Shaw - $500
Heather Bauman - $300
Dave MIllard - $200

Darcy Weber ($100), David Johnson ($100), Harriet Rennie ($100), Dianne Crossley ($100)

Apr 7/18 - Ruth Clemmer ($50), Scott McQuay ($50)

Mar 10/18 - Lonnie Hussey ($50), Andrew Gilbert ($50)

Mar 3/18 - David Yoon ($50), Joanne Atlee ($50)

Feb 24/18 - Susan Schaffner ($50), John Mestek ($50)

Feb 3/18 - Harriet Rennie ($50), Paul Fusari ($50)

Jan 27/18 - Bill Barr ($50), Sandra Bridgen ($50)

Jan 6/18 - Pat Brandon ($50), Team Gilbert ($50)

 Congratulations to all of our winners, and many thanks for your support!