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First introduced in Scotland and now an Olympic sport, curling is one of the most popular recreational sports in Alberta, Canada. Whether you’ve marveled at the sport while watching it on TV, or you simply want to try your skill at sliding a curling stone, you’ll find ample opportunities in Alberta.
Built in 1954, the Crestwood Curling Club is located on Edmonton’s west end. The club features six sheets of ice and has been updated to accommodate its members multiple times. The Jamison Lounge, located within Crestwood, is a popular and convenient spot for members to socialize off the ice. The Lounge is available for group and corporate rentals in addition to the Club.
Crestwood Curling Club offers many leagues for a variety of ages and skill levels, including children. Bonspiels are held onsite for members to join in the fun of increased competition. For those looking to increase their skill level, Crestwood offers clinics and instruction as well. If you are looking for a place to curl in northern Alberta, Crestwood Curling Club is the perfect place.
Named the Small Size Club of the Year by Canadian Society of Club Managers, Calgary Curling Club aims to be a world class curling facility. Whether you are new to curling or a seasoned expert, the Club is able to accommodate the needs of all skill levels. By utilizing their Academy for beginners as well as leagues available at different levels of competition, those new to the sport will feel right at home in Calgary.
The Calgary Curling Club is one of Southern Alberta’s premier curling facilities. Ice time and equipment can be rented in addition to rooms for rent to accommodate groups and parties with catering available as well. Bonspiels are scheduled throughout the year and leagues compete weekly, depending on the league and level of play.