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Most people start with a 2 hour lesson which could be in the form of a Learn-to-Curl lesson, group or corporate event, private party or a private lesson, followed by Curling 101 (in-depth lesson series) although you can jump directly into Curling 101.  Your experience may vary based on athletic ability, personality, and the availability of events/leagues.

Curling is played in teams of 4.  You may register as an individual and we'll make a team for you, or bring your own teammates.  Cost for a traditional 2-hour Learn-to-Curl lesson is $34 adults, $17 for under 18.  Appropriate for ages 10+, but use your judgement regarding attention span and athletic ability.  Ages 6-9 should consider checking out our Little Rockers program.

Registration is now open for our Fall classes!  (Advance reservations required)

Can you make it in for a weekday/daytime? Check out our group event offerings.

Path to Membership Leagues

  • Start with a Learn-To-Curl

    2-hour introductory group lesson to get you playing an end or two of a game.

    Evergreen CC will provide the needed curling equipment. Upon arrival you will be fitted rubber grippers that fit over your shoes. The event will begin with a short video and safety talk, then move out onto the ice.

  • Curling 101 (lesson series)

    5-week instructional league for curlers with 2 years or less experience (Learn-to-Curl or equivalent intro class recommended).

    Course provides in-depth instruction in the basics, including delivery, sweeping, gameplay and strategy. Brooms and grippers are provided. Some sessions include a league.

  • Friday Friends

    Single games available to both members and non-members, novice and experienced.

  • Manager's Choice Leagues

    Introductory league to help new members develop their skills. Each team will include at least one experienced player who can offer coaching as you play.

    Register as an individual or a team. Membership is required before registering for Saturday thru Thursday leagues.

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What to wear in the Ice House

  • Exercise pants or sweats. You may even want to double up on the exercise pants.

    Warm top layers. Arm movement is important.

    Hat and gloves. Leather batting or driving gloves are often best. It is colder than you think.

    Socks and your cleanest sneakers.

    You are not allowed to wear....

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How to Find ECC

  • We're not really visible from the street and we have our own ice facility dedicated to curling.

    Look for the Greentree West industrial park. Parking lot entrance is to the east of SW Maple Ave.

    When you enter the parking lot, stay to the right and look for unit #155.

    (Google navigation will take you elsewhere)

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Curling Safety

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