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:
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
Dates: Oct 20, 27. Nov 3, 24. Dec 1, 8, 15
WINTER - January 5, 2020
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
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
- Any clothing with loose parts or fuzz of any kind
We will provide:
- Grippers for both shoes if necessary
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!