Newsletter - March 2022

Spring Thaw Spiel March 25-27
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Due to Covid issues, the Barry Naimark Charity Skins Bonspiel will not be held this season. (See a note from our committee at the end of the newsletter) In its place, we are holding the Spring Thaw Spiel on the March 25-27 weekend. This will be an open format bonspiel at $320 per team. Features include an iron toss with really old curling "irons," rather than granite stones, plus four-end Skins games on Saturday night after dinner. Dinner will be provided by Smoke & Bones BBQ,. Extra dinner tickets are $30 each. Online Registration Avilable Here

Learn-to-curl program running in April

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The Winter Olympics have inspired many people to try out curling recently. We've had about 700 people sign up for our Try Curling program that runs until the end of the month and is already sold out! With all the interest, we've added a five-session learn-to-curl program that runs on weekday evenings in April, starting on Monday, Apr. 4. Visit our learn-to-curl page for more information and registration.

VCC Championship to run April 8-10 weekend

The VCC Championship will start on the evening of Friday, Apr. 8 and continue with draws on Saturday and Sunday. This is a change from the event running Monday to Thursday evenings, as in past years. We're looking at a 32-team event with any spots not filled by leagues to be filled by teams who want to compete but did not qualify through their leagues.

Waitlist Registration opens Wed March 15th at 7:00pm PST here:
Teams will need to provide a $100 deposit which will be refunded if they 1. Are Offered a Spot and Attend or 2. Are Not Offered a Spot.
Deposit is forfieted if a team is Offered a Spot but is Unavailable/Unable to accept/attend.

Promote your business at VCC

Put your business front and centre at the Vancouver Curling club by becoming one of our sponsors. We have various sponsorship packages available, including promoting your business on our TV screens in the lobby or with logos in the ice. For more information, contact general manager Patrick Prade at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 604-874-0122.

VCC closed Good Friday and Easter Monday

Easter falls on the April 16-17 weekend this year, when league play is finished. The club will close on Friday, April 15 and Monday, April 18, but be open on both Saturday and Sunday for practice, rentals and learn-to-curl programming.

Last day of curling and locker clean out deadline is April 30

League play may be over, but we still keep the ice in until the end of April for rentals. Members have access to practice ice in April as well.

If you have rented a locker this season, please be sure to remove all items and your lock by our last day of curling, April 30. Members are not permitted to keep a lock on lockers over the off season or reserve the same locker for next season.

Try Curling Success

Our Try Curling Program had over 700 people sign up and attend this Feb/Mar.

If you've got friends/family interested in Trying Curling, this program will be back in September.

Note From Our Special Events Committee 

The Barry Naimark Charity Skins will be back next year with Rainbow Refugee as the beneficiary of the event.

With the uncertainty of COVID restrictions we decided there was not adequate time to plan an event that would raise the most possible funds for Charity.  
So, save the date for next March.
If you still want some skins action, sign up for the Spring Thaw bonspiel. There will be four end skins games after dinner. 
On behalf of the Special Events Committee,
Kathy McInnes, co-chair

Contact Us

Vancouver Curling Club
4575 Clancy Loranger Way
Vancouver, BC
V5Y 2M4

[email protected] 

About VCC

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 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.

To be a leader in community-focused curling.

To cultivate an environment where community members come together to deliver positive curling and social experiences for people of all ages and abilities.

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