February 23rd, 2019 is Curling Day In Canada!
Let’s celebrate the great sport of curling across our country by showcasing the game, the incredible people and our curling rinks that are key parts of the community.
Visit curlingdayincanada.ca for more information!
Want to curl, but don’t know where to start? Join Glenmore’s “Learn to Curl”!
Our program consists of 6 2-hour sessions on Friday evenings at 7pm during which you will learn the basic techniques, curling etiquette and game strategy! The cost is 120$ and the program starts on Friday, October 26.
Contact us via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (514-684-6350) for more details!
Curling caught your eye during the winter Olympics? How about trying it out!
Glenmore Curling Club is hosting an Olympic Open House!
Come out with friends and family to try this Olympic sport. All you need is a pair of clean running shoes and comfortable, warm clothes.
We will have instructors available and you will be able to take a few slides and throw some rocks!
Date: Sunday March 4, 2018
Please note that the curling clinics planned for this week have been postponed to next week – Monday and Tuesday (October 2nd and 3rd) – due to the abnormally hot September weather.
Thank you for you understanding.
This was published a couple of years ago, but came up on Facebook this week and is worth sharing… Even from the American perspective!
There is a science to preparing ice for the shuffleboard-like sport. It’s all about the pebbling.
Source: Why Curling Ice is Different Than Other Ice | Innovation | Smithsonian
On June 18th, Hardline Curling in association with Glenmore CC presents An Evening with Reid Carruthers and Mike McEwen!
These two greats of curling will be on hand to meet you all, and take part in a Q&A session where you will get to ask them questions!
There is a free BBQ with hot dogs, salads, and desserts, and there is no cost to attend! We just ask that you bring a non-perishable food item for Sun Youth!
Hope to see you all there!
For Glenmore members only, there will be an intermediate clinic to hone the skills you learned during the beginner’s clinic. Focus will be on balanced delivery, weight, timing rocks, and maybe video analysis.