Fall leagues are under way and schedules are now available. Registration for winter leagues will begin soon so if you’re interested in joining a league this winter, read below to find a league that’s right for you.
1st Timers League for New Curlers
The name says it all. This is the perfect league for those who are new to curling and want to get a taste of league play without committing to a full season. Experienced curlers are on hand to offer instruction and help with etiquette. Players don’t need a team for this league, they can register individually. This league is on Mondays and is broken into two four-week sessions this fall. Your $100 fee includes annual club membership, instruction and league play. You can also sub in applicable leagues.
This is a new league this year. Doubles leagues are gaining popularity and now you have the chance to give it a try. As the name implies, this league is for two-person teams, which can be two men, two women or one of each. The league is on Sunday nights and has a lot of interest.
Open Leagues are on Wednesdays and Fridays. Sign up as a four-person team, which can be all men, all women or any combination. The leagues attract some competitive teams but are mostly recreational in nature. Most curlers are there to have fun and develop their skills.
The ladies take over the club on Thursday nights. Register as four-woman teams. Play can be competitive but most teams are there for fun.
The Men’s League is the largest and most competitive league. It’s guys-only night, and they register as four-man teams.