Evergreen Curling Club (ECC) welcomes curlers of all skill levels. Multiple leagues are available for curlers of all levels of experience from novice to highly competitive.
ECC offers member leagues seven nights a week during the curling season, as well as some daytime leagues. We run three sessions per year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. A current ECC membership is required before you are allowed to register for a member league. Please check the current league list for more information.
ECC typically offers one Doubles league per session.
Participation in Learn to Curl and Curling 101 is recommended (but not required) for individuals new to the sport prior to joining a member league.
ECC welcomes non-members and visiting members of other clubs to register for Friday Friends games. Visiting members of other clubs may also contact us to inquire about further opportunities.
|Session||Approximate Dates||Games||Registration Open|
|Fall||Oct 1-Dec 22||11-12||Late Aug|
|Winter||Jan 3-March 24||6-12||Late Nov|
|Spring||March 25-April 30||5-6||Late Feb|
Start and end dates will vary from year to year. Exact session length and number of games per session will vary depending on holidays and bonspiel schedule.
Curlers are expected to provide their own equipment for league play, including grippers. New members may borrow a broom and grippers while deciding what to buy or while waiting for their equipment to arrive. Our onsite store The Broom Closet sells brooms, grippers, gloves and stabilizers.
League registration is first-come-first serve after our pre-registration period. In the fall session, pre-registration is open to the top volunteers in the club from the previous season. For winter session, participants in full fall leagues may re-register for their spot during the pre-registration period.
Not all leagues may be offered during all sessions. Tuesday night competitive league is for full, pre-made teams only. Individual registration is welcome in all other leagues, and all participants must register. All of our leagues are "open" unless otherwise specified, meaning any gender or combination of gender may form a team.
10950 SW 5th Street
Beaverton, OR 97005
To be a self-sustaining club, inclusive of all people and skill levels, that promotes curling development in an enjoyable environment.
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit sports organization.