Join us on Saturday mornings to learn the Olympic sport of curling. We welcome beginners, recreational players and competitors alike.
Curling is easy to learn and challenging to master. But mostly it's FUN. Our youth curlers enjoy sliding around on ice, sweeping and learning all about the sport. They make friends and socialize after games with refreshments and laughs.
Little Rockers practice on Saturday mornings 9am to 10am. Develop skills, learn the rules and traditions of the game, and make friends. Please bring a helmet for youth under age 12.
Junior curlers train on Saturday mornings from 10am to noon. Our coaches help the curlers develop delivery technique, sweeping, strategy, leadership and team communication skills.
Drop in fee: $20 (no need to register, just show up)
Full year: $75 (October thru May)
Check the calendar, we don't practice every Saturday
Evergreen Curling Club junior membership ($60 per year for under age 21) allows curlers to reserve practice ice, play in ECC leagues, participate in club social events and otherwise enjoy all the benefits of ECC membership.
membership NOT required to participate in Rock My World program on Saturday mornings
Weekly league is a great way to develop skills and have fun. When junior curlers reach an appropriate level we encourage them to play weekly in Sunday Evening league games. They start on a team with experienced junior curlers and in some cases adult teammates. They play against other junior teams as well as adult teams.
Evergreen CC offers three league seasons (Fall, Winter and Spring), and a 50% junior discount on league fees. Junior members may also sub into league games (there is no fee for subbing) to try league to see if they like it. Games are 8 ends (2 hours) with start times alternating between 5pm and 7:30pm each Sunday evening. Junior members are welcome to play in leagues on other days as well.
Each year Evergreen CC offers several bonspiels and championships that welcome competitive junior curlers. A bonspiel is a social weekend event with an accompanying curling competition. Championships are official competitions leading to qualification for national or international events.
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.