The Rose City Curling Club has added some new faces to their team. Do you know who they are? Get to know a little bit about them by checking out the ABOUT US web page and when curling season begins, please take a moment to introduce yourself and help welcome them to our club.
The start of the curling season is around the corner. Plan now to join us for the week of October 15th to 20th as we begin the new season with ‘Welcome Week’ activities for anyone and everyone, new to or experienced in curling. Continue reading to register now… Continue reading “Welcome Week October 15th to 20th” →
Congratulations to Erica Wiese, RCCC board and curling club member, for winning the 2020 Alberta Mixed Provincial Title on March 31st at the Shamrock Curling Club in Edmonton. Erica plays third for Warren Cross out of the Saville Centre in Edmonton.
The 2020 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship starts November 3 and goes to November 9, 2019 in Saguenay, Quebec. Team Alberta’s first game is slated for November 3rd at 7:00 pm. Stay tuned to the 2020 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship page on Curling Canada’s website for more information.
Everyone at the Rose City Curling Club wishes Team Alberta all the best and much success at the Championship.
L to R: Coach, Lead Ashley Kalk, second Cody Bartlett, third Erica Wiese and skip Warren Cross
Youth are an important group here at the Rose City Curling Club. Programs like the Little Rockers organized by the U of A Augustana Vikings Curling Team encourage and support children as young as 6 years old to try the sport of curling. As kids get older, the Camrose Academy of Curling’s technical training program and student curling leagues are there to provide continued instruction and guidance.
These photos from this past year’s Family Bonspiel saw sixteen teams participate in a fun-filled day on the ice and hopefully inspired some of the participants to ‘Come Play at Our House’ for this 2019/2020 curling season.
See more photos of the day…
Continue reading “Curling has no height limit” →
In honour of Curling Day in Canada this past February, the Rose City Curling Club profiled one of our oldest curling club members and this is his curling story. Continue reading “Curling has no age limit” →
Online payments for Credit/Debit are now accepted through the curling.io registration system. In order to pay with a debit card online, it needs to have a Visa or MasterCard logo. This service is available for league registrations and locker rentals as well as bonspiel entries and special events. The Cash/Cheque payment option is also still available requiring you to make payment in person at the curling club office.
We hope by offering the ability to pay online, our registration process will be easier for both the curlers and our management. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns and thank you in advance for your continued patience as we transition into using curling.io.
Did you know that the Rose City Curling Club pays an annual membership fee on your behalf to both Curling Alberta and Curling Canada?
Curling Alberta’s membership rates for the 2018-2019 season are based on population so for a community with a population under 20,000, we pay $80 per sheet of ice. So for 9 sheets of ice, we will need to submit $720 to Curling Alberta.
Curling Canada has an Individual Membership Fee which is $2 per member. Continue reading “Curling Canada and Curling Alberta Membership Fees” →
Check out the link for Curler Classifieds. Here you will find curlers looking to start a team or get on a team, curlers who want to spare and the leagues they are interested in sparing for as well as teams looking for players. Continue reading “Curler Classifieds” →
The Rose City Curling Club has partnered with i.d. apparel to have a catalogue created for us with a variety of clothing articles available for sale with our new curling club logo. The options are not strictly limited to what is in the catalogue. Continue reading “Get your ‘Curling Swag’ before Christmas” →