Harry and Meghan visit VCC
Prince Harry tries out wheelchair curling at VCC on Friday, Feb. 16. He and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, were at VCC to celebrate curling at the Invictus Games in February of next year. Photo from CTV news. Click here for the full story.
Grandy team at the Scotties in Calgary
The Clancy Grandy team is in Calgary, representing BC at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Calgary, Feb. 16-25. The VCC team has won the BC Scotties two years in a row...
The Clancy Grandy team from Vancouver Curling Club has repeated as BC Scotties champions. They won the Jan. 28 final in Victoria 11-3 in eight ends over Corryn Brown from Kamloops, and went through the whole event undefeated with only one game lasting 10 ends. The Grandy team will be representing BC for the second straight year in the 2024 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Feb. 16-25 in Calgary. Left to right are lead Sarah Loken, second Lindsay Dubue, third Kayla MacMillan and skip Clancy Grandy...
VCC skip wins U18 provincial girls' championship
VCC coach Erin Fitzgibbon by the championship final scoreboard. Erin skipped a 453 League team of juniors to second place in the VCC championship last April.
VCC coach Erin Fitzgibbon is heading to Ottawa, Feb. 4-10, representing BC at the Canadian U18 Championships. Erin skipped her team to the BC title at the 2024 Safetek Profire BC U18 Girls Curling Championship over the Christmas break in Victoria, defeating a team skipped by Megan Rempel ...
VCC curler skips Team BC to a medal at Canadian Seniors
VCC curler and board member Diane Gushulak (left) skipped Team BC to a bronze medal in the Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships, Dec. 3-9 in Vernon. The team includes third Grace MacInnes, second Danielle Shaughnessy and lead Cori Atchison. Grace's sister Allison MacInnes (back row) was coaching the team. Gushulak and MacInnes played front end on the 2021 BC senior women's team, skipped by MaryAnne Arsenault, that finished secon...
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 1,700 members who participate in 28 weekly leagues.
The Vancouver Curling Club acknowledges that we operate on the traditional territories of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, and Squamish First Nations who lived here before us and continue to live here.
VISION To be a leader in community-focused curling.
MISSION To cultivate an environment where community members come together to deliver positive curling and social experiences for people of all ages and abilities.