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Available Ice

The times below indicate available ice in 2 hour increments. These times typically exist each week at the Club, however actual availability can only be determined by contacting the Club. Be aware that our curling season extends from approximately September 15 – April 15 each year.

This schedule comes into effect the week after Thanksgiving until mid March.

All usage must be pre-booked to avoid disappointment! Please note that even though time slots are indicated as full (eg, None), from time to time the Club is informed that a game has been cancelled and thus a sheet may be available. Practice ice is $15.00 per person for one hour.  Practice ice is available at no cost to Evening League curlers only.

Monday

  • 8:45 am – 1 sheet
  • 11:05 am – 1 sheet
  • 1:15 pm – 2 sheets
  • 4:30 pm – 1 sheet

Tuesday

  • 8:45 am – 2 sheets

Wednesday

  • 8:45 am – 2 sheets
  • 11:05 am – 1 sheet

Thursday

  • 8:45 am – 6 sheets
  • 1:15 pm – 6 sheets

Friday

  • Ice maintenance on Friday mornings, but we have ice available at 1- 4 pm from  January 24th to the end of the season.

Saturday

  • 9:30 am – 1 Sheet
  • 7:00 pm – 2 Sheets
  • 9:00 pm – 2 Sheets

Sunday

  • 12:10 pm – 2 sheets

Announcements

  • League Curling resumes this week.

    The regular curling schedule resumes January 6, 2020.

    Time to hit the ice and work off all that Christmas Cheer.

    Happy New Year Everyone!!!

  • Calling for Volunteers to join our Board of Directors

    We've got a few vacancies on our Board of Directors. If you’re interested in volunteering with a great team of people, and want to help see our club forward through the next few years (Directors serve a three-year term), please see the office for more details. We'd love to have you!

  • 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.