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New to curling?
Looking for beginner drop-in play?
Want to try Mixed Doubles?

Adult Learn to Curl

“The two-hour crash course was a very good learning experience. It covered all basics really well.  I could see a lot of the people pick it up quickly. It was nice to form a community with a bunch of people who maybe aren’t as competitive, or who aren’t caring as much about people making mistakes. There’s no judgement.” - John Fisher

“On my very first slide, I think I ended up on my butt, but after that it was good. It was not too difficult to get started. I think there’s lots to improve, and it’s very social. We haven’t come out of here not laughing so, it’s been fun!” - Rush Viala

"It goes from the basics to the beginning, so you don’t have to feel intimidated. Everyone’s very welcoming. Just come out and enjoy!” 😁 - Laverne Kleine

Sun. Feb 13 or Sun. Feb. 20
1 to 3 pm
2 hour crash course, equipment included!
Please bring a clean pair of shoes, stretchy pants, warm clothing, and a water bottle.

Sign up & pay online today!

A $25 membership is required and included with the $40 Adult Learn to Curl registration.
Members get access to local discounts, special events, and all of the community association's registered and drop-in programming (such as curling leagues and public skating.)
Learn more about our membership! 

Beginner $5 Drop-in

Come to continue to learn and have fun!

Starts again Sunday, February 27, for 3 weeks (1 pm - 3 pm)

$5 per person with brooms & sliders available at no charge.

NEW: Learn How to Play Mixed Doubles

Love curling? Heard of Mixed Doubles, but aren’t sure how to get started?

Come try out the sport of Mixed Doubles Curling! Short 10 min. starting rules lesson provided, with 50 mins of game time.
*Some curling experience required.

18+ Open format.
No team gender requirements.
Ie: two identifying females can play together.

Sign-up as a duo, or an individual.

$10 for members
$15 for non-members

March 20, 2022 from
1 to 2 p.m. OR 2 to 3 p.m.

**With drink specials from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.**

Maximum 32 players per session.

Contact Rob to register!
(403) 275-6666 Ext. 2264
*Please indicate your preferred time and arrive at least 15 mins early for day of payment.

League Spots Still Available for Wednesday Open

Beginner Teams Welcome! Pro-rates.
6:30 & 9 p.m. game times
Please complete this form  and email alyciadberg@gmail.com to inquire as an individual, duo, or team.

Curling Ice Rentals

$85 rate; $65 for HHCA members
2 hours with equipment

Lounge service available upon request
Max. 8 people per sheet

Contact Rob for full information and to book:
(403) 275-6666 Ext. 2264

Curling Lockers: $20.00 per season (bring own lock)

December 24 , 2021

Indoor facilities that participate in the REP:

Venues with a gaming licence, facility licence, or a Class B licence must end liquor service at 11pm and stop liquor consumption at 12:30am (for example: bowling alleys, bingo and pool halls, casinos, curling rinks and indoor recreation entertainment centres).

Limit of 10 people maximum per table. No mingling between tables.

September 16, 2021

Due to the announcement by the Government last night, the Huntington Hills Community Association will be proceeding as a Restrictions Exemption Program for Fall 2021.

As such, adult sports participants & spectators  will be required to be double vaccinated, have a medical exemption, or a negative test result within 72 hours of their entry.

People, entering the facility, will be required to show proof of vaccination, medical exemption, or a negative test result (within 72 hours of their entry).

September 4, 2021

Masks are mandatory in all indoor public spaces and workplace.

Masks are not required while participating in a physical fitness activity (INCLUDES CURLING), performance activity, or a worship service at a place of worship.

Under the Food & Beverage Act (Restrictions Exemption Program), there is no curfew for Beer and Liquor service in the lounge.

Do not have to wear masks when sitting down at a table (must wear masks when standing or walking around the licensed establishment).

      Ice Rental

If you would like to rent ice for a Curling event - corporate or social - please email curling@huntingtonhillscalgary.com

Brooms/sliders are available.

Practice Ice

Book your sheet please email curling@huntingtonhillscalgary.com
Members: $5.00 (per person)
Non-Members: $10.00 (per person)
Practice ice available: 330 pm - 530 pm (Thursday & Friday)  & 1000 am - 400 pm (Saturday)



Further information will be posted once the season starts

E-mail: hhmensspiel@gmail.com for entry

Curling is a great sport and a fantastic social and team building activity that everyone can enjoy.  Here at Huntington Hills we believe in providing an atmosphere that promotes everything that is good about curling.

We all want to assist in ensuring that the ice is in the best shape possible which is easier to provide with everyone's co-operation.

Thank you for your assistance in adhering to these few rules and code of conduct.

  • Sliders are NOT to be worn anywhere but on the Curling Ice Surface.
  • NEVER lift the curling rocks.  To Clean the rock simply tip the rock gently onto its side.  To move rocks around the ice slide or push them.  Always controlling the path direction and speed.
  • NEVER overthrow the rocks.  A controlled delivery is a great delivery.
  • ALWAYS protect the hacks. The curling rocks should never be allowed to crash into the hack.
  • Brooms should always be held bristle/brush side down, NEVER handle down.  Do not bang the broom on the ice surface.
  • No RUNNING at anytime for any reason.

  • The shoes must not have any buckles or metal hooks on either the shoes or laces.
  • DO NOT lay, kneel or leave hands on the ice for long periods of time.  The heat from your body causes the ice to melt and causes inconsistency in the ice surface.  Once the stone has been delivered the only part touching the ice should be the feet.
  • NO bare legs allowed- pants, tights etc. must extend the full length of the leg.
  • NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES OF ANY KIND ON THE ICE AREA.  NO FOOD OR LIQUIDS ON THE ICE SURFACE AT ANYTIME. Capped water bottles are acceptable on the backboards.