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The Norwesters curl on Tuesdays AND Thursdays from 10am - noon. We are a group of 50+ curlers of both genders who have transferred over from the North Shore. The Club has a history that goes back to 1975. We will be curling Tuesday and Thursday mornings. This means you can have an early start to your day with afternoons to do what you want. We like to think of our league as moderately competitive, enjoying fellowship, helping with fitness and just having fun. Our season consists of:

  • Four quarters of 10 games in each quarter
  • Teams are mixed and matched each quarter so curlers can meet new players
  • One game on Tuesday and one game on Thursday between 9:45 am and 12:00 noon
  • Post-game coffee and socializing
  • Christmas and season closing mini spiels followed by a catered luncheon and awards
  • A full (2 x week) membership is $400 (2022-23 rate) for the whole season. A 3/4 membership (curling three of the four quarters) is $325 (2022-23 rate). A half membership (either two quarters per season or once each week) is $250 (2022-23 rate).
  • Spares cost will be $170. Spares must be a member of the Vancouver Curling Club ($47.50) to play.
  • Spares curl on an as-needed, as-available basis. 

Draw Master:  Bob Curtis 604-929-2974 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Contact Name: Ron Cox
  • Contact #: 778-846-4848
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Vancouver Curling Club
4575 Clancy Loranger Way
Vancouver, BC
V5Y 2M4

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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 1,700 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.

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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