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About Us


The SPCC celebrated our 20th Anniversary and 60 years of curling in Strathcona County during the 2023/24 season! We had a fabulous time reflecting back on how curling has grown within our community. 

The curling club in Sherwood Park started in 1963 at the Broadmoor Golf Club (BGC). At the time there were four sheets of ice with a ladies’ and mens’ league. The rink was operated by Strathcona County and curling stayed at the BGC facility until 1979.

In 1979, the Glen Allan Recreation Complex (GARC) was built which included a curling rink and lounge, a hockey arena, two fitness centres, a whirlpool and sauna. Even though the Ladies’ and Mens’ leagues then moved to this facility from the Broadmoor Golf Club, the Strathcona County continued to manage the curling rink operations.

In the spring of 2000 the Sherwood Park Curling Club formed a committee to develop a business plan. This plan would include management of the curling facility and its concession. A few years later, in the fall of 2003, the ‘new’ Sherwood Park Curling Club (SPCC) was created.

For the next 10 years, 2003 - 2013, SPCC grew with a variety of leagues and programs each year expanding to over 800 members. In 2014, the SPCC was close to 1000 members and offered programs and leagues on every night of the week and was host to many NACA events.

From 2015 - 2023, the SPCC has served a proud history of hosting and delivering the following projects & events:

● 2015 - Glen Allen Recreation Complex Revitalization Renovation Project (installation of new brine system for the curling ice, concrete curling surface, new proshop, new locker room, upgraded meeting room and lounge) - partnered with Strathcona County and CFEP grant
● 2016 Hosted the Grand Slam of Curling - International Champions Cup (The top 16 women and mens from the World competing for the Championship Cup) - partnering with Strathcona County and Sportsnet
● 2018 SPCC Facility Improvements Project (curling cold brine 3-way mixing valve, DDC system upgrade & infrared cameras & a reach in freezer) - partnering with Strathcona County and CFEP grant 2018
● 2019 Hosted the U18 Canadian Curling Championships (14 girls and boys teams from all provinces & territories competing for the junior national championship) - partnering with Strathcona County with a Crest grant, Curling Alberta, Curling Canada plus Community Initiatives Program (CIP) - Major Culture Sports Events grant 2018
● 2020 SPCC Rock Placement & Lounge Security Project partnered with Strathcona County and CFEP grant
● 2021 SPCC Women’s Classic (16 Elite National & International Women’s teams - Olympic pre event) - partnering with Alberta Curling Series & Curling Canada

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The SPCC strives to develop and promote the sport of curling in our community of Strathcona County, as well as at the regional, provincial, national and international levels, by providing welcoming, accessible and professional curling programs & events for all ages and skill levels. The SPCC promotes good sportsmanship, socialization, skill development and competitive opportunities for the enjoyment of all our members and guests.

Our core values include inclusion, integrity, excellence, good sportsmanship, and accountability. We encourage volunteerism, positive social interactions, and professionalism for the betterment of all.

The SPCC continues to provide extensive curling and social opportunities to the community of Strathcona County and surrounding area. The SPCC has a consistent membership of approximately 900 members over 13 leagues for doubles, seniors, women, men, juniors, and mixed. Additionally, we offer training opportunities for adults through Adult learn to curl programs and day clinics as well as juniors through our U12 and U15/U18 Junior programs and school groups. The Club tradationally hosts a range of bonspiels, provincial and national events and corporate events.

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Our Location

Glen Allan Recreation Complex
199 Georgian Way
Sherwood Park, AB
T8A 2W9

Contact Us

Mailing Address:
PO Box 3536
Sherwood Park, AB
T8H 2T4


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Club Information

The Sherwood Park Curling Club is an 8 sheet facility that is home to over 1000 active members and is run out of the Glen Allen Recreation Complex in Sherwood Park, AB. We are active members of the Edmonton and Area Curling Clubs.

The SPCC hosts 20 full leagues and programs weekly. Our leagues include ladies, men, mixed, juniors, open, seniors and adult beginners. We are wheel chair accessible and pride ourselves on educating and promoting the sport of curling in our community.

We embrace all levels of curling from beginners to competitive players. Come Rock with Us!