Learn to Curl & Open Play

All new curlers start with a Learn to Curl.

Registration days are typically listed near/on weekends starting late September though early May

Learn to Curl

A Learn to Curls intent is to show you the basic skills and expectations, while hopefully allowing you  acclimate to the ice before you start playing a game.

 Registration Choices are ....

  • A longer 1.5 hr learn to curl on the ice  that will give you a taste of playing an "end"  at the end of your session  
  • A 1 hr learn to curl with the intent you plan to register for Open play  afterwards anyway. 

Either way we will offer a 1.5 open play after most curling that you can register for at the time or in the future.  Your First Open Play is Free.

 

$35 / individual 

$210 / sheet - groups up to 8.  ( you can include 2 extras at $20 a person paid on arrival.  

 

Don't see a time below, Give the gift of curling for a future date.

Give the Gift of a Learn to Curl
12/20/21 4:00 pm
Price: $30.00

Next Available Registrations

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Open Play 

Open Play are pickup games  for all curlers regardless of your  experience level.  Teams will be randomly put together or selected by the draw master  from a pool of registered individuals and those who drop in last minute if space is available.   If you are new to curling, and have never taken a Learn to Curl, you must do so before joining an Open Play.

 

FREE / 1st time playing within season of Learn to Curl class

$10 / per visit - member  

$10 / per remaining weeks left before next league (paid at club - new curlers)

$25 /  per visit - non-member  

   

 

Register for Open Play

There are no events posted at this time. Check back soon or contact us a [email protected] if you have a question.

General Pricing Overview

Learn to Curl, Individual

$35

  • per person
  • min. 1 hour on the ice
  • at times listed
  • free 1.5 hour open play after lesson available

Full Sheet Learn to Curl Group Session

$210

  • for up to 8 people
  • add 2 more at $20 / person
  • at times listed with more than 8 spots available
  • free 1.5 hour open play after lesson available

Curling Event Reservation

$300

  • per Sheet (8-10 people) min. $500
  • 2 hours at time of your choosing
  • $200/sheet for non-profit organizations min $500
  • $100/hour for warm room rental beyond curling time

Open Play, Individual

$0-25

  • Free, your first visit after learn to curl
  • $10 per member / $25 non-member
  • at times listed, Typ. Friday Night, Saturday & Sunday Afternoons, Monday Morning
  • 1.5 hours on the ice.

First Year League Curler

$13-20

  • average cost per time curled within a league.
  • 9 week leagues of 2 hours matches.
  • includes cost of yearly membership
  • Starts week of Early October, Mid December. and Mid February

Coaching / Practice Ice

$0-10

  • per member, $10 for coaching, Free for practice
  • per non member, $25 for practice/coaching
  • whenever ice is not be used during leagues, open play or learn to curls

Safety First

Just like any other sport, injuries can happen in curling. This is why we want you to take safety seriously, and we encourage you to read all of the following information below before you get started.

What to Bring

01

Signed Waiver

Before participating, all persons will be required to sign a waiver.  You can print, sign, and bring the waiver with you found below, or fill one out at the rink.

02

Proper Footwear

CLEAN soft rubber soled shoes, such as athletic shoes, that have grip on a smooth surface are an essential part to minimize falling.  Please try not to wear hard soled shoes, cowboy boots, snow boots, or any shoe that leaves the ice feeling slippery. We ask that you carry your shoes in and change at the facility to avoid bringing dirty shoes on the ice. 

03

Layered Comfortable Clothing

You would want to wear clothing that you can move around in comfortably.  Curling can also feel cold when you first start but, after sweeping it can get quite hot, so you would want the option to shead layers.

04

Helmets Optional

Our club has a few helmets should you want the additional safety, however you are welcome to bring your own.  While most people are able to avoid hitting ones head on the ice, it has happened and a helmet may give you another layer of protection your first time out.

05

Equipment Provided

We have brooms and sliders within our club for your use.

Ice can be slippery, and falling is a possibility.

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