The Orange County Curling Club invites you to join us on one of 3 nights (Feb 22nd, Mar 1st, Mar 8th) for an open house where you can learn about the sport, the local club, and try throwing and sweeping some rocks yourself. Olympic years are a great time for curling to be seen, and whether your goal is to get involved, learn the game, play in a league, or just see it all in person, this event is meant for you.
We are expecting a lot of interest in this event based on past Olympic years, so when you reserve your spot by registering for date/time slot below, please arrive promptly to ensure you get through each activity on time. After a video introduction and some on ice instruction, there will be time to gather and socialize with Orange County Curling Club members.
Provided with your registration will be a 50% off voucher for a Learn to Curl class including 2 hours of group instruction, which are held most Saturday nights throughout the year. We encourage you to come back after the open house and learn more about our sport.
We require you wear athletic shoes and prefer you refrain from wearing jeans - athletic pants are suggested. Curling is a cold activity - gloves and jackets are highly reccommended.
Registration is required and walk-ins cannot be guaranteed space.
Please sign up in advance here or join our mailing list.
Location: Westminster Ice, 13071 Springdale St, Westminster, CA
All attending should wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing, rubber-sole (tennis shoes), and a warm jacket or sweatshirt. Gloves and a second pair of socks are recommended. Please NO: High heels, shorts, and sandals. You will also need to fill out a waiver and if you are under the age of 18, parents or guardians must be present to sign the wavier before you go onto the ice and while you are in attendance to chaperone. The OC Curling Club will not be responsible for underage participants.
Next Open House:
March 18, 2017 - 6:45 PM8 spots remaining
Please arrive early to sign all waivers and for a classroom intro to curling before taking the ice.