Registered teams can click here for the draw, weekend schedule and more details on the Club's first bonspiel of the 2013-2014 season.
Interested in being a spare for the event? E-mail the committee with your name, e-mail address and phone number.
|Looking for a League?
The VCC has 20 different leagues running this season, and there is a full range of competitive and social opportunities for everyone young and old. While some of our leagues are already full with a waiting list for the season, others have space and are ready to welcome new members. A complete summary of the Club's leagues is available by clicking here.
|New to Curling?
The Vancouver Curling Club provides opportunities for all levels of curlers to enjoy the roaring game; we have opportunities for people to try the sport in clinics or group rentals, and we also have a wide range of leagues – from beginner to competitive. If you are looking to learn more about the game and how you can get involved at the VCC, click here for complete details.
|Everyone Welcome at our Open Houses
Start the 2013-14 season off right by visiting the club in the first half of September for one of our public Open Houses. Bring your friends and family to come try the sport of curling, learn about the VCC and what we have to offer, and much more during our next Open Houses on Sept. 14 from 10am to 4pm.
|Get Tuned Up for the Season
You can work off the summer rust with the different clinics we have on offer, and we still have one more week of learning opportunities. The Basic Skills Clinic is a two-evening affair on Sept. 16 & 17, and our Intermediate Clinic is one-evening on Sept. 18.
|Building Our Junior Program
Our growing Junior Development Program is looking to expand so we are seeking curlers 10-18 years old to join our Junior Development program. The program runs on Saturday mornings and provides young curlers a chance to learn the game, develop skills and have fun. To learn more about the league and to register, check out the Junior Development page here.
Click here for our Calendar and links to more info on what's happening at the VCC in September and for the rest of the 2013-2014 season.
|The Club is pleased to announce that we have selected our new Manager of Membership Services. Christopher Ordog will begin his tenure at the VCC on September 3, and is looking forward to joining the team.
To learn more about Christopher's background as well as the process undertaken to select our newest team member, please click here.
Curl BC announced on July 23 that the 2015 Scotties BC Women's Curling Championship, presented by Best Western will be hosted at the Vancouver Curling Club in January 2015.
The recent announcement means the Vancouver Curling Club (VCC) will host three Curl BC provincial championships in a row.
The 2015 competition will showcase the most skilled women curlers in the province for the opportunity to play at the national Scotties Tournament of Hearts, one of Canada's most beloved sporting events.
The VCC, located at the Hillcrest Centre, site of Olympic and Paralympic curling at the Vancouver 2010 Games, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012 and hosted the Williams Moving & Storage BC Mixed Curling Championship in 2013. It was previously announced that the VCC will host the Canadian Direct Insurance BC Men's Curling Championship in February 2014.
Hosting the BC Scotties will be another feather to add to the club's cap.
"The Vancouver Curling Club is developing a strong tradition for showcasing provincial championships," says Willa Thorpe, VCC Executive Director. "With three provincial competitions in our new home at Hillcrest Centre, we're building our reputation as a club with the facilities and expertise to host top-notch competitions."
"Our club members are gaining valuable high performance hosting experience and will be ready to welcome the best women curlers from across the province in 2015," says Mark Robinson, Vancouver Curling Club President.
The club hopes to attract thousands of spectators to watch the province's best women curlers, among them six-time BC champion Kelly Scott and her rink.