This clinic includes:• Brief video presentation, rules/safety instructions, and warm-up stretches• Ice time where you’ll learn how to deliver the stone, sweep a stone, and basic strategy/scoring
PLEASE PRINT AND SIGN A WAIVER: Please follow this link, download the file, print it, and have everyone in your group sign this waiver and bring it to the event:
What should I bring into the event?Dress warmly and wear clothes that allow you to stretch and move. The temperature on the curling ice is much cooler than the average room temperature — typically between 35 – 45 degrees Fahrenheit — and due to the cooler temperatures, it is advisable to bring a sweater and gloves for the time you are on the ice. Loose fitting clothing is best for curling because there is a good deal of stretching and bending involved. For secure footing on the ice, bring shoes with rubber soles, such as walking or running shoes. Please do not wear your street shoes on the ice, bring a separate pair of “on-ice curling” shoes into the rink to avoid bringing debris onto the ice. If you know you have sensitive knees, you also might want to bring knee pads with you, as sometimes the knee on your delivery leg can touch the ice. Please also bring your signed waiver (link above).
Do I need bring my own equipment?Nope! Circle City Curling Club provides sliders, curling brooms, delivery stabilizers and, of course, curling stones and the ice. Just bring yourself. We also have brooms that allow you to deliver a stone standing up if you don’t feel comfortable delivering stones out of the hack.
Where do I park?You can park in any open spot, parking is free. *Note- once you enter the building, we are will be in the rink to the right (Tank 2)
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Yes, please bring your printed ticket, or have an electronic version of the ticket on your phone.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?Please email [email protected] with any additional questions