NEW THIS YEAR
Any Junior curling teams (U18 or U20) wanting to play in an adult league, can play at a reduced cost.
Female teams can play in the Monday Night Ladies League for $230 per curler. This is a reduced price of $105 off of regular League cost.
Male teams can play in the Tuesday or Thursday Night Men's League for $235 per curler. This is a reduced price of $105 off of the Men's League cost.
Contact Barb to register your teams.
Note: These prices are only for Junior teams. (U18 and U20)
If you would like to rent ice for a Curling event - corporate or social - please contact curling office for details.
Great rates - brooms/sliders available - instruction is mandatory for all rentals.
Junior Curling & Little Rocks #1 and Little Rocks #2
Refer to Junior Page for details - CURLING ROCKS!
You must book your sheet through the office - 403-275-6666 ext.2264 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Non-Members = $10.00
Call for available practice ice times.
Adult Learn to Curl
If you are interested contact Barb at email@example.com
We are now playing with the five-rock rule in the free guard zone. Under the five-Rock rule, teams are not permitted to eliminate their opponent's rocks that are sitting in the free guard zone until five stones have been played in every end. Players can still hit the guards; they just are not allowed to knock them out of play.
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.
Curling Club Rules:
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.
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.
EVERYONE MUST HAVE A SECOND PAIR OF CLEAN SHOES TO CHANGE INTO. ABSOLUTELY NO STREET SHOES!
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.