Mondays & Thursdays @ 9:30AM & 1:15 PM
Mixed league individuals & couples welcome for daytime curling. The teams are randomly selected so everyone gets an opportunity to meet different people. Many of these players use the stick method so everyone can play. Games are eight ends.
U20 (12-20 years)
Monday Evenings @ 5:30PM
Open to all kids from 12 – 20 years old. Curlers are taught everything they need to know to achieve all their curling goals. The program ranges from club curling to competitive curling of all stages.
The kids have a hands on approach to learning this amazing sport every Monday night. We have had a lot of success with our program from kids winning gold at the Ontario Winter games and gold at the under 18 International Games. We feel every curler can achieve whatever goals they set out for!
Monday Evenings @ 7:00PM
A league open to Ladies looking for a social night out. The teams are randomly selected so that everyone gets an opportunity to meet and play with different people.
Little Rocks (6-11 years)
Tuesday Evenings @ 5:30PM
For children 6-11 years old
During the program; the coach strives to teach the Little Rockers the fundamentals of curling ranging from safety, delivering a rock, sweeping, calling a game, scoring, rules and most importantly to have fun and meet new friends.
Adult Learn 2 Curl League
Tuesday Evenings @ 7:30PM
The learn to curl program is for anyone that has never curled before or anyone that has curled very little. The club supplies everything needed to learn to curl like grippers, sliders, brooms, stabilizers or sticks. The only thing needed is a pair of clean indoor shoes.
There is a mix of indoor classroom style learning and on ice training. We start with the basics of learning to slide, learning to sweep & terminology. We teach you curling etiquette and the strategy behind the game.
After the course you will able to confidently play in the club leagues. Plus you will have gained the social aspect of the sport as well.
Wednesday Evenings @ 7:00PM
Individuals and Couples Welcome!
Wednesday is our ‘middle of the week’ social league for adults who want to keep their weekends free. Current and new members in this league enjoy a night out at the Winchester Curling Club to play a game and socialize with their neighbors and friends.
Games are eight ends and we have 3 draws for the season. The teams are randomly selected each draw so that everyone gets an opportunity to meet and play with different people.
Thursday Evenings @ 7:00PM
Gather your friends and build a team for the season. Join us for 8 end games, 3 draws for the season with a playoff for the “Dave Levere Trophy”.
Friday Evenings @ 7:00PM
Individuals & Couples Welcome!
Friday is our very popular “social” league. Games are 8-ends and usually take about 2 hours to play. The teams are randomly selected so that everyone gets an opportunity to meet different people and gain experience in different positions. Join us for snacks & drinks after the game!
Our curling season is from October to end of March. See our membership rates for the 2023/2024 season (including HST).
Adult (age 21+) – $440
Adult (new member) – $390
Learn to Curl (fall season) – $180
Junior (age 12-20) – $180
Little Rocks (age 6-11) – $150
Any questions about memberships, late registration or the curling schedule, please contact us.
new to curling?
check out these frequently asked questions
What do I need to join learn to curl?
You don’t need any curling equipment to join, you just need clean indoor shoes. Grippers, sliders and brooms are supplied at the club for you to use and included in registration fee.
What should I wear for curling?
Comfortable clothes that you can move freely in. Also recommend layers since the ice area is cold but as you get morning you may warm up.
What if I am not fit?
Curling is a great sport for people of all fitness levels. If you can’t crouch down, no worries we can teach you to stick curl.
Why should I try curling?
Curling is as much a physical sport as it is a mental sport. It challenges your strategic thinking and gets you working as a team. Best of all curling is a social activity and a great way to meet new people.
What if I don’t have good balance?
That’s ok! Our learn to curl program walks you through finding your balance, exercises to try at home and stretches. The Club also has stabilizers to help with your balance while sliding.
Tell me more about the social aspect
After league games the two teams that played one an other sit down for snacks and beverages. The club has a bar with snacks, soft drinks & alcoholic beverages. Plus you get to meet all sorts of cool people in the community.