The Sherwood Park Curling Club offers a comprehensive Learn to Curl Program for adults that deals specifically with teaching beginners to thrive in the arena environment.

You will learn:

  • The equipment required and how to use it
  • The different parts of the curling sheet
  • How to warm up and be safe
  • The proper technique for sliding and delivering a stone
  • How to sweep effectively
  • Basic game strategy
  • Proper etiquette both on and off the ice


Our goals are:

  • To ensure that all curlers enjoy their experience on and off the ice.
  • That you will be welcomed with open arms by instructors who strive to share their knowledge and love of the sport.
  • To improve your general knowledge of the sport of curling as well as foster a love of all aspects of the game, both on and off the ice.

Time: Sunday afternoons 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Start Dates: FALL - October 20, 2019
                      Sessions: 7 
                      Dates: Oct 20, 27. Nov 3, 24.  Dec 1, 8, 15

                     WINTER - January 5, 2020
                      Sessions: 7 
                      Dates: Jan 5, 12, 26. Feb 9, 23. Mar 1, 8

Cost: FALL - $195/player (7 sessions) WINTER - $195/player (7 sessions)

Updated: May 14, 2019

Program Coordinator: Sarah Brown 

SPCC Office Phone: 780-467-9412 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Equipment Required

If you do not own curling equipment of any kind, do not worry! We will provide the necessary on ice equipment.

You are required to bring:

  • A flat soled shoe
  • Loose fitting clothing with LAYERS
  • Gloves (optional)

You should avoid:

  • Shoes with hard soles
  • Jeans
  • Any clothing with loose parts or fuzz of any kind

We will provide:

  • Grippers for both shoes if necessary
  • Sliders
  • Brooms/crutches


Hello everyone!

My name is Sarah Brown. I am the coordinator of the Adult Learn to Curl Program. I LOVE this sport and enjoy sharing that passion with anyone willing to learn.

The sport of curling is one of my many passions. I have been curling since I was 14 years old. Throughout university I played out of the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus in Camrose and skipped a ladies team to a silver medal finish at the 2015 ACAC provincials. In the four years since graduation, I have worked at the SPCC and curler on a variety of different teams. My newest love is the sport of Doubles Curling. I have played in the Alberta Provinicial Doubles event for the past two years and am making my way there again for a third time this season. Along with Doubles, I play on a competitve Ladies Team and a competitve Mixed Team. It's not very often that I find myself off of the ice in a curling season.

Besides avidly participating in the sport, I spent a great deal of my time working with both young children and young adults to teach them how to curl and improve their skills. Teaching others to play the game that I am passionate about gives me a great deal of joy. The curling community is my family and the Sherwood Park Curling Club is my home. I am always happy to have a part in expanding it.

I truly hope that anyone reading this will consider joining the Sherwood Park Curling Club family!

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