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Welcome to the Ottawa Curling Club

  • 2016-2017 Danny Lamoureux Shield

    At our AGM on Sep 19th, the 2016-2017 Danny Lamoureux Shield was awarded to Darlene Engelbrecht
    (In recognition of outstanding contribution to the sport of curling and The Ottawa Curling Club) Congrats, Darlene!Darlene Volunteer

  • Ottawa Curling Club Celebration - CANCELLED

    We are sorry to announce that we are cancelling the Celebration that was scheduled for Saturday, September 30. Unfortunately, we did not get the numbers we needed to go forward with the event. We will look for an opportunity later in the season to announce and properly honour our new life members. 

  • Annual General Meeting 2017

    The Annual General Meeting is taking place on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 7pm at the club. The AGM package was sent by email .

    All league schedules will be posted on-line this week. League games are scheduled to begin on Monday, September 25.

    Practice ice time will be posted online when it might be available.

    Please refer to the Club Calendar for further information on dates, etc.

  • Travelers Club Championship - OCC playdowns on Oct 7th

     
    Our OCC Travelers Championship Playdowns will be held on Saturday, October 7th, starting at 2pm. The event is a single knockout competition with a random draw for position on the draw.
     
    • The Travelers Men’s Club Championship is a competition for adult curlers (19+) which means athletes born on or before November 1, 1998.  With teams comprised of four male players.
    • The Travelers Women’s Club Championship is a competition for adult curlers (19+) which means athletes born on or before November 1, 1998.  With teams comprised of four female players.

    Teams MUST have at least three players who have played together in a club league last season. The Travelers rules of eligibility must be followed as posted at the site below.

    The team(s) emerging to represent the club must pay the Travelers registration fee upfront by October 8th, and will be reimbursed after playing in the Traveler's Club Championship for Zone 1 at Gananoque Curling Club from Oct 20-22. (If successful, Ontario Finals are at Niagara Falls Curling Club from Oct 27-29.)   

    Please email your team's intent to enter the playdown to Dalal before Thursday, Oct 5, 6:00pm. 
     
  • RACHEL HOMAN - Finalist in the SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS

    Please vote for Rachel! She has been nominated as a finalist for Sportswoman of the Year thanks to the Women's Sports Foundation. You can vote for her daily in the Team Sport category!

    Rachel is the only Canadian amongst an international group of distinguished athletes!

    (Voting runs from Aug. 16 – Aug. 27 at 11:59 p.m. EST.) 

    http://sportswomanoftheyear.com/

    Rachel Homan

     

  • Spot available for team in Wednesday Cash League for 2017-18 season

    We have one more spot for next season in the Cash League. If you are interested in curling on Wednesday night in one of the best curling leagues around, please sign up at https://www.ottawacurlingclub.com/membership/teamsignup

    (One team member must pay fees in full as a non-refundable deposit to secure the spot.) 
    https://www.ottawacurlingclub.com/membership/signup

    If you know of any curlers who might be interested, please spread the word!

  • 2017-2018 Membership

    The 2017-2018 Membership in now available online.

    One team member must pay in full by Thursday June 8th  in order to hold the spot for the up coming season.
    Club hours:

    Friday June 2nd: 2 pm - 6 pm
    Saturday June 3rd: 10 am - 4 pm
    Sunday June 4th: Closed
    Monday June 5th: 12 pm - 6 pm
    Tuesday June 6th: 12 pm - 6 pm
    Wednesday June 7th: 12 pm - 5 pm
    Thursday June 8th: 12 pm -6 pm

    Payment can be made in person at the club or by phone.

    Returning team policy
    Team Sign up
    Membership Sign up

  • NOT A SPORTS BAR CAMPAIGN FOR CURLING CLUBS

    Rogers and Bell recently increased fees paid for cable packages that include TSN and Sportsnet by licensed establishments with capacity over 100 people. The target of the rate increase is sports bars, but the OCC and the thousands of other curling rinks across Canada that are licensed are unfairly getting caught up in this rate increase. It will cost us an extra $3,000-$5,000 a year. The OCC is not for-profit and is volunteer driven. Help us stop Bell and Rogers from gouging community curling clubs. Tell them to cancel the increase in cable fees to our crinks. We aren't sports bars. These fees hurt and aren't necessary. Please visit www.notasportsbar.ca. We need you to send emails and post to Twitter and Facebook about this campaign so that the cable companies and the government hear your concerns.

    Curling Clubs are Not a Sports Bar

     

© Ottawa Curling Club 2017