|We have reached our fundraising goal!!!
We will be able to go ahead with the full floor restoration thanks to the generous donations of both time and money from members and non-members! We will be sending out emails to those who pledged to donate funds, as we would like those to be sent into the club as soon as possible to ensure we can pay our upcoming bill.
Thank you to everyone who has been able to help out with reaching this goal! We will continue to send out labour schedules as they become available.
The annual Curl for Cancer is coming up on Feb 11. This is a one day bonspiel where everyone is a winner!!
Deadline for entry: Feb 4, 2017
First 16 teams accepted.
The 2nd draw for the Monday League is now available. The team listings and schedule is available on the Monday Evening page.read more...
The annual Pat Kelly bonspiel will be running Jan 20-21. The sign-up sheet is available at the club.read more...
Just a reminder that the regular leagues resume this week, starting with the Monday league on Jan 2nd.
Hope to see everyone out. If you are still travelling, please try to find a spare.read more...
A very big THANK YOU goes out to our ice crew for all their hard work and tireless dedication to keeping us operational.
Below is an update on the recent issue from our amazing Ice Crew.
ICE PLANT UPDATE
As some of you may be aware, on a routine check this Thursday at noon, it was discovered there was a significant decrease in the brine system head tank indicating a leak in the brine system (the fluid that cools the ice). The ice plant was shut down and a leak search was initiated. On Thursday afternoon, a leak was located on one of the nipple connections to the brine supply header (under the walkway at the scoreboard end of the ice). AC Mechanical of Ottawa was called and they arrived at 8:30 am Friday to assist us with a repair. The repair area is very congested, complicating the repair process. After much perseverance, a repair was installed. The brine system was refilled, vented and pressurized and the leak site observed Friday evening and again this morning. The repair is successfully holding. The ice condition has been assessed and it will be ready for curling in time for the Boxing Day Fun Spiel. The assistance from AC Mechanical was excellent and has resulted in keeping us operational! Their support so close to Christmas is greatly appreciated.
Have a very Merry Christmas.
Your friendly neighbourhood ice crewread more...
We are still looking for a few more teams for the Boxing Day Funspiel.
Let Chris Moore know if you are interested.
The Bonspiels page has been updated with a number of new items.
Local Bonspielsread more...
Due to a leak with the Ice Plant curling is cancelled until further notice.
On Tuesday night, December 13th, there is a gathering of crones - women of wisdom and experience!! The evening will begin at 5:30 with Curling on ice, squash games on the courts, and a drum/ rhythm circle. Then, Maven Catering will serve a dinner of chicken/ vegetable lasagna with salad ( gluten free and vegetarian options available upon request) followed by carrot cake. We will finish the night off with a dance party.Tickets will be $25. Come out and join the party!
All female members are welcome to curl whether you buy a ticket or not. We are tracking the curlers with ticket sales for organizational purposes. If you wish to curl and not stay for the rest of the evening, would you please let Patti Kinghorn know so that we know how many teams to plan for on the ice. ([email protected])
Come out and have fun. Profits from the evening will be donated to North Renfrew Family Services.
Tickets will be available at The Olive Tree ( next to the liquor store) and at the curling club starting next week. For more information, call Patti Kinghorn at 613-584-4463 after November 23rd.
The draw sheets for Monday and Thursday evening curling are now available.read more...
Congratulation to Evans Harrison who was selected as a recipient of the Ottawa Valley Curling Association Kenneth B. Thain award for 2016.
This OVCA award is presented annually to recognize exemplary volunteerism. We are sure you have seen Evans involved in many of the various activities in the club. Often though, he is behind the scenes helping to keep the ice plant and the many other key club systems and equipment functioning. Be sure to congratulate Evans when you next see him!read more...
This Friday, September 30, is our annual Wine and Cheese Registration evening beginning at 6:30. Please bring with you to registration whichever Registration Form applies to you. All 3 registration forms (regular member, junior program, learn to curl program) are included at the end of the September 2016 Newsletter
Attention Little Rock and Junior Curlers: Please note that an ERROR was made in the NRT regarding the day for your program The CORRECT day is TUESDAY. Sorry for the confusion.
NOTE: We are looking for a few members to help out this Wednesday, September 28 at 7:00 pm, for about one-half hour, to set up tables and chairs for a group wishing to use the curling hall. Just arrive at 7:00 and we'll put you to work.
Hope to see everyone on Friday.
The registration forms for the 2016-17 year are now available for download.
- 2016-17 Registration Form
- 2016-17 Junior Curling Registration Form
- 2016-17 Learn-to-Curl Registration
The sun is shining and the temperature is in the 20s! It's hard to believe that we are thinking about curling and squash. But, we are! Registration for the Deep River Curling and Squash Club is only a week away. Our yearly Wine and Cheese Registration night is being held on Friday, September 30 beginning at 6:30 pm at the club. If you have never curled or played squash but might be interested, stop by the club and ask questions. This year the following curling programs will be available.
- Little Rock Curling - for children ages 6 - 12 and 13 - 18 - Tuesdays, the younger children use special rocks that weigh half the kilograms of a regular stone. Our emphasis is on learning the game, playing safely and having fun!
- Adult Learn to Curl - 12 week program on Wednesday evenings
- Social Curling - Tuesday and Thursday mornings - pick-up games with no predetermined teams - just show up
- Social Curling - Friday evenings - pick-up games with no predetermined teams - just show up
- Balanced Curling League - Monday evenings - teams will be made in advance by a committee ensuring that all teams have players ranging in skills from beginner to experienced
- Competitive Curling League - Thursday evenings - players form their own teams
We also have 2 squash courts in use at the Curling Club. Members and occasional players may use the courts at any time throughout the day, so you can tailor your times to your work schedule. We hope to have a Squash Clinic to introduce people to the sport and to help players with their technique. If you are interested in a clinic, please let an executive member know.
If you have any questions regarding curling or squash please contact Janice Bunge at 584-2347.read more...