About Us

The Rose City Curling Club supports the physical, mental and social well-being of our community members by promoting curling programs for all ages, abilities and skill levels.

Curling in Camrose has a long history of over 100 years. The Rose City Curling Club is a not-for-profit organization managed by a Board of Directors. Our membership is a group of people who love to curl either competitively or for fun and we strive to offer leagues and programs to accommodate all age groups and all levels of experience.

One of few curling arenas in the province with 9 sheets of ice, we have successfully hosted provincial playdowns and national championships. Our membership has also willingly stepped up to volunteer at several high profile events held at the neighboring Encana Arena and we take pride in our success at organizing and managing events such as the 2008 Continental Cup of Curling, the 2011 Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the 2012 and 2016 Boston Pizza Cup Provincial Men’s Championship, the 2014 Home Hardware Canada Cup and the 2018 Grand Slam of Curling Meridian Canadian Open.

Club Manager

Kiren Scorah

Kiren Scorah is our newest member of our administration! Helping out Matt Yeo as an assistant ice maker learning the inside operation and install of a curling facility for 4 years, Kiren has been overseeing the daily ice maintenance duties for the Camrose club as well as the Wetaskiwin club for the last 2 years. Stepping up to the plate as the new General Manager, Kiren hopes to solidify his career in sports management by proving to the members of the Rose City Curling community that curling is his passion and wishes to grow the sport we all love. Outside of curling Kiren is an avid outdoorsman and loves to travel, hike and go camping in the summers and loves to be on the golf course as much as possible although his swing might need a little help. If you drop in to the club and say hello Kiren will most likely always be there to help with anything you need!

Head Ice Technician

Matt Yeo
(Tim’s Ice Manufacturing Owner)

We are pleased to have Tim’s Ice Manufacturing from Beaumont, under the leadership of Matt Yeo and Kyle Winters, on board to oversee our ice making duties again this season. You could say Matt’s second home growing up was an arena as he was mentored by and is the son of Tim Yeo, a well known and respected ice maker for over 45 years. Matt loves the sport of curling and it shows in his passion for his work and his support of the curling community. In the off season, Matt is a PGA of Alberta.

Kyle Winters
(Tim’s Ice Manufacturing Owner)

Kyle grew up in Gibbons and started working under Tim Yeo more than 10 years ago helping to install both hockey and curling rink ice. Together with Matt, they have performed ice installs ranging from the Ottewell outdoor community hockey rink to the 2017 Ford Men’s World Curling Championship. Although his playing the sport is not a big aspect of Kyle’s drive, his passion lies in providing quality ice conditions for the players to appreciate the sport. Just like Matt, Kyle spends his summers at the golf course as a golf pro.

We look forward to having Tim’s Ice Manufacturing uphold the Rose City Curling Club’s reputation for offering quality ice conditions. Because of the pride we take in the quality of our ice surface, we ask that users of our facility wear appropriate and clean shoes free of grit and debris. We also ask that bare hands not be left on the ice surface after delivery of a rock. Together, we can all ensure our ice remains in top condition for everyone to enjoy.

If you are not already a member, please consider joining one of our leagues. Our options are endless – you can join as a single or seek out others from your work place, family or friends to form a team. With some of the leagues, you have the option to curl before Christmas only or after Christmas only or all year long. We are also planning several new events this year and would love to have you participate.

So get in the game! We look forward to having you “Come play at our house!”