We offer a variety of leagues, and we have one that is just right for you too!. You can sign-up as a team or individual.
If you don’t have a team to play on, don’t be concerned. The league organizers will ensure that you get a place on a team. Many of our social leagues are specifically designed to mix up teams every few weeks so that you get a chance to meet, play and socialize with a lot of different people. Our social leagues are also a great way to develop your curling skills.
New to Curling? Here are some useful tips.
|Ice level temperature is approximately 5 Celsius/40 degrees F. It’s best to wear a light jacket or fleece over a warm shirt. Thin flexible gloves are also a great idea. Curling requires a little stretching and you will be more comfortable wearing pants that are loose.m
|Headgear. The Club recommends that you wear either a headband or helmet while on the ice.|
|Clean Shoes. The ice needs to be clean, debris from dirty shoes can make the rocks behave erratically and cause damage to the ice. Please bring a separate pair of clean shoes you do not wear outdoors. There is a changing room and lockers downstairs for men and for women.|
|The Club recommends that you wear grippers on both feet while on the ice, except when delivering a rock. Do not step onto the ice with your slider.|
|No food is allowed on the ice.|
|Sliders, curling brushes and sticks are provided by the Club free of charge.|
|Please arrive 15 minutes before start time for ice preparations: put on shoes, warm-ups, shoe taping, etc.|
|Please leave the scores on the board at the end of each game.|
|If you have to miss a curling game please get a replacement from the bye team or list of spares posted by the ice entrance & advise your skip.|
HAVE FUN AND MEET NEW FRIENDS!