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Curling

Blue Mountains Curling Centre

Curling will be offered on Fridays and Saturdays (for 15 weekends) on a four sheet conversion in the Beaver Valley Community Centre Arena beginning Ocotober 19, 2018.

All curling programs are being offered by the Blue Mountains Curling Centre. Please contact the club directly for more information.

Blue Mountains Curling Centre

519-599-3345

info@bluemountainscurling.ca

As a weekend only facility, the Blue Mountains Curling Centre (BMCC) will be affordable for both the new and occasional curler. The group envisions BMCC acting as a complement to the active Membership of the Curling Clubs in the surrounding region as they will offer lots of practice time and a chance for an extra game each week. 

Annual Fee: $189.50 

For more information or to obtain a membership, please contact:

Blue Mountains Curling Centre

519-599-3345

info@bluemountainscurling.ca

A great deal of ice time is devoted to encouraging the newcomer/novice to get out and participate (Daily Open Draw Jitney Curling, Curling 101-Clinics, Student programs and Group events).

JITNEY: is a local term used to describe an open draw where curlers sign up for a game and teams are selected randomly using a pegboard system. Every Friday and Saturday morning a Jitney draw will be available to all BMCC members and their guests.

CURLING 101: For the month of November, every Saturday will feature a 1 hour introduction to Curling for beginners. This program may be extended through the season depending on demand.

PRACTICE ICE TIME: Sheet 4 will be available for 1 hour practice sessions throughout most of the weekend.

LEAGUE PLAY: League play for traditional teams and mixed doubles will be established and available on Friday and Saturday evenings in accordance with the demand.

KIDS PROGRAM: Ice time has been set aside every Friday through the season.

COMMUNITY GROUPS: A number of 3 hour blocks of time have been set aside throughout the season to accommodate participation by community groups

BONSPIELS: Once established and operational we will look to include a number of single day and weekend Charity Bonspiels with an eye towards a possible week long OCA or CCA sanctioned Event.

Learn to Curl at the Blue Mountains Curling Centre

Curling Canada's U16 Learn to Curl program is designated to introduce young people to the sport of curling.  The objective is to have fun, increase physical literacy with key fundamental movement skills, follow Curling Canada's Long Term Athlete Development framework and being sport specific techniques. 

The Thornbury Learning Centre is thrilled to be partnering with the Blue Mountains Curling Centre to offer Fall and Winter curling for youth.

Fall Session 1

  • Fridays
  • October 19 and 26, Novmeber 23 and 30, December 7 and 14, 2018
  • Section A: 3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
  • Section B: 4:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.

Winter Session 2

  • Fridays 
  • January 18 and 25, February 1, 18 and 15, March 8, 2019
  • Section A: 3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
  • Section B: 4:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.

Registration Fee: $95.00 per person (six week session)

Registration includes instruction, games and equipment. To register, please visit the Thornbury Learning Centre website or call Julia Atkinson 416-301-3115 for more information.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Julia Atkinson at 416-301-3115 or email julia@thornburylearningcentre.com.

2018/2019 Available Curling Ice Time 

Curling Schedule


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