Ottawa Hunt &
The Learn to Curl League, early Thursday evenings,
featuring weekly instruction by qualified instructors and
membership privileges including free parking, clubhouse
privileges for 12 months, great locker rooms and full
service dining room and lounges. Check out the
Ottawa Hunt web site
or Contact Bill
Duck at 613-736-1355.
Huntley Curling Club
The 2017 Learn to Curl program begins on January
15th and will run for 10 weeks. All sessions will be on
Sunday afternoons from 4:00pm - 6:00pm. The cost is $200.00
(tax included) per participant and is open to anyone 19
years of age and up. If you have any questions about the
league, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have a Novice League for
beginners taking registrations for January 2017.
City View Curling Club
The 2017 Sunday Learn to Curl program begins on January 8th
and will run for 10 weeks. All sessions will be on Sunday
afternoons from 3:00pm - 5:00pm. The cost is $214.70 (tax
included) per participant and is open to anyone 19 years of
age and up. If you have any questions about the league,
please email Charlotte Smaglinski:
RA Curling Club
The RA offers a daytime and an evening 12 week
adult learn to curl program. The evening program runs
Mondays, 8:30-10:30 pm, starting Sept. 26; contact
The daytime program runs Friday mornings, 10:30 am-12:30 pm,
starting Sept. 23; contact
Tim Sookocheff. Both programs are given by qualified
RCMP's Learn to Curl league is Friday evenings. All the
equipment is supplied, all you will need is a pair of clean
running shoes and comfortable clothing. They have qualified
coaches on the ice with you at all times. Contact
Paul Adams at
Getting Started league for new
curlers every Friday night at 9:00 pm. It's a 21-week program and costs $210 per person.
Spaces are limited and anyone interested can contact
RCN (Navy) Curling Club Recreational/Novice League
If you are interested in the Sunday at 1:30 pm sessions,
please send an email to:
Ottawa Curling Club "Getting Started" League
for beginners on Tuesday evenings at 8:45 pm. For
Where do you start?
Contact a Curling
Club near you and find out when you can get some
instruction and how soon you can start. Seasonal rates are
very reasonable, and some clubs offer half season rates too.
To start curling, all you need are some warm loose pants and
jacket, gloves or mitts and clean running shoes. At
orientation sessions, the instructors will have sliders or
sliding tape that you can use.
As you progress, purchase a slider or some curling shoes and
your own broom (if you want) and that's it.