Join us at our early registration curling social, where you can not only secure your spot in the upcoming curling season but also indulge in a delightful wine & cheese tasting. Bond with fellow curling enthusiasts over a glass of fine wine while discussing strategies for the exciting season ahead.


Why should I become a member?

Being a member of our curling club gives you the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. Not only can you enjoy curling, you can also attend our meetings, social gatherings and bonspiels. Our club has leagues for all levels and ages. New players are welcome!

How do I become a member?
Download & complete the form below or fill out a registration form available at the Curling Rink. All forms must be submitted to the club office.

Pay your fees!
All dues must be paid in full on or before December 1st. All special payment plans must be cleared through the Club Manager or Treasurer before December 1st. Curlers with Dues NOT paid or no payment plan in effect by December 1st will lose their eligibility to play in any league or to play as a spare.


  • It is imperative that you be ready to go on the ice prior to your scheduled game time. Remember, seven others are waiting on you.

  • It is everyone's responsibility to keep their sheet of ice clean and free of loose hairs, lint etc. . However, it is unlawful to remove any foreign object from beneath a moving stone or from one that has come to rest.

  • Be ready to throw your stone immediately after your opponents stone has been delivered.

  • Do not move about or talk while anyone else is delivering his or her stone.

  • Each Skip should let the other three members of his/her rink know what he/she is Planning to do.

  • Sweepers should be on the sidelines - alert and ready to sweep immediately, if called upon.

  • The expression of "Ice!" in golf and means you are blocking the path of a stone or view of the curler.

  • Skips and Thirds should keep their brooms behind them in the house while opponents are throwing.

  • No one should deliberately delay the game.

  • If you have personally fouled a moving stone, be the first one to so declare.

  • If you have personally moved a stationary stone, say so immediately so that it may be corrected