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Food & Beverage

During the curling season, our cafeteria is open every day.  Hours vary but usually if there’s curling, the counter is open! Our courteous staff is there to serve you. 

Should you be thinking of holding a curling event at our club (for instance, a team building exercise or perhaps just a bunch of friends out for something different or even a birthday party), be sure to contact us for your food needs.  This could be a simple as wings or a full course banquet. We have various menu items to chose from.  For a full meal our Banquet Menu has many choices. For lighter appetites our Luncheon Menu might be the right choice. Then we have our Lounge Menu, which has the typical snacks that go well with your beverage of choice.  If you have a special request please contact us and we try our best to accommodate you.

Our office staff would be pleased to assist in planning your time here at our facility, be it just for a meeting or an all day affair. Contact us for more information!

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  • We have EXTRA Practice Ice Available this Saturday!!!

    This Saturday January 19th we have all 6 sheets available for practice starting at 2 pm ending at 6 pm. Call the office at 403-277-3158 or send an email to "" to book a sheet.

  • Curling Alberta Club Champions Playdowns Feb 15-17th.

    NHCC will be holding playdowns to find a Men's and a Ladies team to represent NHCC at the Curling Alberta Club Championships (formerly known as The Travelers). These playdowns will take place on Feb 15-17th. The cost to enter is $100 per team. Deadline to enter is Feb 8th. Look under Events tab for more information including the entry form.

  • Five-Rock Rule is in effect this season!

    We are now playing with the 5 rock rule in the FGZ as per Curling Canada rules in effect starting this season.  Under the 5-Rock rule, teams are not permitted to eliminate their opponent's rocks that are sitting in the free guard zone until five stones have been played in every end.  Players can still hit the guards; they just are not allowed to knock them out of play.