Winter Instructional League for New Curlers Register Here
4-Week Instructional Curling League $75.00
No experience necessary. All equipment provided.
Carry in a clean pair of running shoes. We will provide grippers.
Sundays 12:00 to 2:00 pm
Feb 25, Mar 4, Mar 11, Mar 18
Each week we'll have certified instructors introduce the the different aspects of sport,
followed by some game time to put it all into practice. This is a great way for new curlers to
learn the basics in a safe and fun environment.
(Payment due when you register with credit card or e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Crews, Brews and Curling - Saturday March 10, 2018 - 7 PM
The Open House on February 17th was a huge success with 85 people attending the event. Everyone learned a lot about the game of curling.
Ralf Jarchow Memorial Spiel for Peel
Thanks to everyone who made the 2018 Ralf Jarchow Memorial Spiel for Peel a huge success - raising more than $9000 in support of the WIlliam Osler Health System Foundation. Congratulations to Team Tune who wone the early draw and to Team Kerr who won the late draw. Thanks to Richard Prouse, Richard Powers, Steve Robinson, Jarchow Family, R.J. Clegg, Ron Fay and Team McMahon for their financial support of the event as well as everyone who donated prizes for the "Ralfle" and Silent Auction or purchased a card in Ralf's Ride...this spiel wouldn't have been a success without your support!
Congratulations to Eli Wingrove
Eli Wingrove attended the Hit, Draw, Tap Youth Skills Competition in Huntsville. Eli came in 3rd place in the 9-10 age group. The Hit, Draw and Tap is a youth skills competition where kids aged 6-13 compete as individuals. The kids perform three different shots, a “Hit,” a “Draw” and a “Tap.” It’s similar to the skills competition that they used to do at the Continental Cup. John Epping was on hand giving the kids tips and a lot of encouragement.
On February 3, 48 ladies participated in the inaugural Spirit Tree Ladies Bonspiel.
Our theme “Go For the Gold, Celebrate Our Olympic Athletes”, was celebrated in our decorations, our winning medals, and of course the celebration of our own pursuit of the perfect draw, the double take out and I made it over the hog line, day of curling. Highlights from the day included, good food, and a fashion show of trending accessories and wraps from a Stephane’s furs, great curling and prizes for all. All of the ladies and mixed leagues were represented and a special mention to the first year and first bonspiel curlers that joined us. Congratulations to our 3 podium teams: Gold Medal: Lisa Gilroy, Leslie Richard, Joyce Sutherland and Deb Dhillon, Silver Medal: Joanne Myler, Dawn Jones, Kristen Krepps and Julie Hymers, Bronze Medal: Melissa Aucouin, Mary-Anne Tune, Gayle Rowett and Margaret Sabucco.Special thanks to our sponsor Spirit Tree Estate Cidery for their support, and our ladies new trophy.
Little Rocks/Bantam Spiel
Our Little Rocks and Bantam curlers had a fun day meeting teams from other clubs. The bag pipes opened the ceremonies. Thank you to the Leaders, volunteers and parents for you support. Thank you to Don Bruce and Shawn Keba for organizing a great day.
The 50th Annual Rosebowl
The 50th Annual Rosebowl was held at the Brampton Curling Club on Wednesday, January 10th. Teams from Fenelon Falls,Orillia, Stayner, Wiarton, Guelph, Collingwood as well as local curling clubs for a total of 24 teams. The club was decorated to reflect this milestone. Curlers enjoyed morning starters, snacks and a sit-down lunch. Throughout the day, video excerpts from past Rosebowl shows were played.
The curling schedule consisted of 2 Draws with 2 games each Draw. The winning team of the first Draw and the over-all trophy winner of the George
The Second Draw results were First place, Nancy Woods and her team from Guelph. Second place was Elaine Klassen and her team of former Brampton members Pam Runtas, Joan Kennedy and Linda Jackson. Third place, Alice Frazer from North Halton and Fourth, Delaine Payton from Orillia.
This was the final Rosebowl Bonspiel. After 50 years of good curling, fun and friendship, the trophy will be retired.
Kolish Trophy, determined by their 2-game points, was Hanna Davis and her team from Dixie Curling Club. Hanna had Charlene Durant at Vice, Jill Washington at second and Heather McMillan at Lead. Other first Draw results - Audrey Greenwood from Chinguacousy placed second with her team of Elaine Burroughs at Vice,Diane Aikman at Second and Diane Rosehart at Lead. Third place team was Brenda Gabel and her team from Milton and fourth went to Anne Hanna from Stayner.
Congratulations to the Halton Peel Bonspiel Winners!
Congratulations to the winners of the Halton Peel Bonspiel...none other than our own Brampton team: David Sikkema, Will Jim, Ron Sikkema, and David McBride.
We would also like to congratulate all of the other Brampton teams who made the final weekend as well as those teams who represented our club during the first weekend of the event.