The Vancouver Curling Club is located at Hillcrest Centre in the facility that hosted the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games curling competitions. With eight sheets of ice in a modern, bright and accessible building, the VCC has over 1,400 members who participate in 28 weekly leagues.
The Vancouver Curling Club is a community facility that welcomes the public for curling and social activities.
The Vancouver Curling Club will ensure its long-term viability by growing its membership, building active and diverse partnerships and by providing an enjoyable curling experience.
Aside from the novice, junior and high school leagues and programs, all VCC leagues are run by volunteer league reps. These leagues recruit members and pay fees to use the Vancouver Curling Club's ice facilities. For information or to join a particular league please contact the league rep associated with the league of interest. League list can be found here.
To become a member of the Vancouver Curling Club, curlers pay through their league, or purchase a membership directly from the Club (considered a practice membership) which allows them to curl in any league an unlimited amount of times (some league charge spare fees per game). VCC members also receive
10% off most items in the VCC pro shop and grippers at wholesale cost
Reduced lesson fees
Access to members' open ice practice times
A Curl BC membership
Insurance coverage through Curl BC
For further questions regarding VCC membership:
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The VCC is committed to a healthy, harassment-free environment. As such, the VCC has developed a policy to prohibit bullying, harassment or discrimination of any type, and to deal quickly and effectively with any incident that might occur. This policy applies to all VCC employees, members and volunteers.