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Welcome to the Ilderton Curling Club

Information for New Members

Welcome and thank you for your decision to join us at the Ilderton Curling Club. This is a wonderful place to curl and meet people whether you are a social curler or a competitive league player. Ilderton has a few things that you may not have encountered at other clubs, so we hope the information below will help by answering a few of the frequently asked questions and will make you feel at home at the ICC. If you have additional questions or concerns regarding anything at ICC, please feel free to approach any staff member.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up for a name tag?:

Please note: The bar is a great place to ask questions as the bartenders can usually point you to the correct person.

How do I know what events are going on at ICC?:

How do I get a directory of ICC members?:

How do I sign up for other teams:

Lockers:

Note: members must provide their own lock and all lockers must be emptied and locks removed at the end of the season.

Practice Ice:

Tips at the Bar:

Slips and Falls on the Curling Ice: 

All members should be aware of the inherent risk involved with the game of curling. That being said, the staff of the Ilderton Curling Club would like to make you aware of certain policies pertaining to someone who slips and/or falls on the curling ice surface.

Safety tips:

Curling Etiquette

This is a blend of rules and unwritten agreements that govern players’ actions on (and occasionally off) the ice. Rules which emphasize the best of the game: sportsmanship, courtesy and respect for your opponent.

Curling Terminology

Please note there is a copy of Curling for Dummies available for loan...at the bar (of course).

Curling Basics

Curling is a sport in which two teams (rinks) of four players each slide 40-pound granite rocks (also called stones) down a sheet of ice toward a target at the other end. Each team tries to get more of its stones closer to the center of the target than the other team.

The Members of a Curling Team

A team consists of four players. Each player has specific duties:

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