Congratulations to Robert Maclean, Tom Wharry, Éric Gravel and Dan Belliveau for winning the 2017 senior men’s provincial curling championship which was held at the Aurèle-Racine Curling Club from February 12 to 19th. The men will now represent Quebec at the Canadian championship to be held in Frederiction from March 20 – 25, 2017.
Congratulations to Odette Trudel and Jacques Dufresne for winning this well-deserved award.
The deadline for the program Placements Sports is March 31. This program established by the Gouvernement du Québec aims to grow the sport and offer better services by matching every donations made by individuals and businesses to their federation. The government will match all eligible donations 230%, so a $100 donation will bring in $330…
This winter, it’s no less than 55 new players that registered to curling within our 8-weeks initiation programs Curling 101 and Igloo!
For almost a year now, Curling des Collines has been working very hard to raise the funds needed to start the construction of a curling center in the charming municipality of Chelsea. The club still needs to raise $340,000 on this 4 million dollar project. “We are very close to our goal, but we need…
Interested host cities have until April 30 to submit a letter of interest to Curling Canada, and full application packages will be due by June 30.
Last Wednesday, February 8th, the brand new Beauce-Sartigan curling club had its official opening!
four championships of the club series will once again be played simultaneously from April 21 to 23, 2017 – Jubilee, Lady Gilmour, Lassie et St-Maurice
Curling Québec wants to point out once again that all documents and promotional materials related to these programs are offered to you for FREE.
It is now possible to teach Curling in the gymnasium without any specialized equipment. This resource is added to the existing programs Curling 101, Igloo 1 and 2, as well as Rocks & Rings.