- This event has passed.
Community Registration Night
September 5 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Stop by the Rose City Curling Club’s table at this year’s Community Registration Night at the Camrose Field House, 4516 – 54 Street from 6:30 to 9:00 pm. Meet our new club manager and administrative assistant and learn about the leagues, bonspiels, junior programs and exciting new events planned for the upcoming curling season. We welcome new curlers and of course, we look forward to welcoming our previous club members back for another year.
- Canadians take up curling as young as four years old and curl well into their senior years. Curling is the most inclusive sport available to Canadian seniors with some curling clubs boasting regular members as old as 100.
- People of all ages, incomes, abilities, ethnicities, and regions can be found at their local curling rink.
- The vast majority of curling rinks in Canada are entirely public; anybody can sign up to play. Roughly 98.5 % of curlers are recreational curlers.
- Curling clubs are active community centres where communities gather from coast to coast to coast. There are 915 curling clubs in communities large and small across Canada.
- Many curling rinks function entirely on volunteer labour, particularly in rural Canada where curling clubs serve as vital community hubs.
- The social values of volunteerism, community, and sportsmanship are instilled at every level of activity in the local club, making them part of our social fabric.