Fun-filled Curling Club in Richmond Hill. You'll come for the game and drinks, but you'll stay for the wonderful people you meet.
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The Richmond Hill Curling Club is bringing curling to the pond! Join us in the south west corner of the pond to try the sport of curling. You’ll meet some great folks and even learn the curling lingo. http://www.wintercarnival.net/carnival_events/try-curling/
OUR CLUB NOW HAS KLUTCH CURLING! KlutchCurling Klutch Curling technology is Changing the Game of curling by taking the guess work out of your performance. Through an easy to use app that tracks your · Split Time · Rock Rotation · Line of Delivery · Push/Pull You will be able to accurately and precisely monitor your shots and work on improving your game. Get full advantage as a club member by downloading the Klutch Curling app and making an account before your next match! https://www.klutchcurling.ca/download
Festive feels at the Frosty Spiel! Rhcc Curling
RHCC's Frosty Spiel this past Saturday was a hit! It was also accompanied by some awesome Xmas sweaters. 😄
Experience all the fun of this Olympic sport at our free Learn to Curl on Saturday, December 16th!
Join us for this FREE Curling 101 event where you’ll experience all the fun of one of the fastest growing Olympic sports. Instructors will introduce you to curling with an on-ice lesson and quick game. Remember to wear warm, loose-fitting clothing and bring a pair of clean indoor shoes. Helmets are recommended for all new curlers but mandatory for youth under the age of 13. All other equipment will be provided. Sessions are 1 hour in length. Please register for a time slot (11:00am, 12:00pm, or 1:30pm) by emailing email@example.com. This event is open to ages 7-99. Space is limited, hurry hard!
Mike Anderson and his team won the mixed nationals and will wear the maple leaf as team Canada next month at the world championships! T hey defeated team Quebec in the gold medal game 7-3 after a steal of 3 in the 8th and final end. They finished with a 10-2 record overall. Mike follows Greg Balsdon as the second RHCC member to win a national mixed championship.
Team Greg Balsdon at the Run to the Roar in PEI!! Way to represent Cataraqui and Richmond Hill Curling Club #rhcurling
RHCC Frosty Spiel is back on! :)
The Richmond Hill Curling Club has won the 2017 Travelers Curling Club Championship Provincials and will represent Ontario at the Canadian Championship at the Cataraqui Golf & Country Club in Kingston, ON from November 20-25! The RHCC team of (L-R) Jon St. Denis (skip), Steve Anderson (vice), Peter Laidlaw (2nd) and Jordan Keon (lead) won the Zone qualifier with a 4-0 record and won the Provincials with a 6-0 record, including a comeback extra end win in the final vs Team Arndt from Dixie Curling Club. Team Ontario for Canadians will be Jon St. Denis (skip), Steve Anderson (vice), Jordan Keon (2nd) and Curtis Samoy (lead), as Peter will be out of the country for the week at a family wedding. Good luck also to club skip Mike Anderson as he represents Ontario at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship November 12-18. This will be the 3rd time the RHCC Men have represented Ontario at the Canadian Curling Club Championship, previously finishing 2nd in 2011 (Team Balsdon) and 5th in 2012 (Team Keon). RHCC also finished 2nd at the Ontario provincials last year in 2016 (Team Keon). Those are some great results over the years to demonstrate the strength and competitiveness of club curling at RHCC! Good luck to Team Ontario/RHCC/St. Denis at the Canadian Championship! Links: Canadian Championship website: http://www.curling.ca/2017travelers/ Live scores and updates from the event Fundraiser page: https://curlingca.donorpages.com/travelers2017/TeamOntarioMenRHCC Please donate on behalf of the RHCC team to the event fundraiser For the Love of Curling to support youth curling across Canada Provincial final game YouTube video: https://youtu.be/-ipJt_WP8-k?t=30m
Your Sunday mornings could be hella fun like this! Come out to RHCC's Sunday Sinners!