Learn2Curls are the best way to get the hang of curling! You start with a brief overview of curling and off-ice instruction, followed by over an hour of on-ice practice led by our US Curling Association-qualified Instructors. Becoming a bona-fide curler is that simple!
Our New Curler FAQ will answer most questions about what to wear, age recommendations, the rules of curling, and more. Classes are taught at the Richmond Ice Zone. Please arrive on time as the classroom portion contains important safety tips. Email Us to be notified of new class times or to schedule a private Group Event (best for groups of 16 or more).
2020 Learn2Curl Classes:
2020 dates will be announced soon.
If you cannot make any of the above classes, please Email Us to be notified when more classes are scheduled.
Beginner Leagues are for new curlers who want more than a one night Learn2Curl without jumping all the way to a 10+ week Standard League. Experienced curlers will coach new curlers, refine technique, discuss strategy, and answer any questions. First time curlers are encouraged to sign up - no experience required! - although we recommend attending a Learn2Curl first for the best experience. Please arrive early to help prepare the ice as soon as the Zamboni finishes to maximize everyone's playing time.
2019 Beginner Leagues:
Beginners are more than welcome to join Standard Leagues, although we recommend attending a Learn2Curl or Beginner League before the league starts. Teams are formed by Skips drafting curlers from the registered players so that all teams will be a mix of experienced and beginner curlers to balance team strength (although beginners are able to create their own teams of friends/families/coworkers). All players will be emailed before the league starts to determine position and teammate preferences if you want to play with (or against!) your spouse, friend, coworker, etc.
For 2020 we are introducing a new format for our Thursday league. During the first 4 weeks we will have 30min sessions at the start to work on skills. This will allow newer players to build their skills faster and returning players to shake off the dust from 8 months off the ice.
An 11-week development league, with beginner curlers more than welcome to join!
Thursdays 6:30-8:50pm starting on March 5th and running through May 14th.
This year we will have short skills clinics at the start of the first 4 weeks (approximately 30mins) to help newer players learn and for returning players to tune up and then play 6 end games. The rest of the weeks will be normal 8 end games.
If you sign up before February 22nd or are a new curler it's only $145! On February 23rd, the league fee increases to $165 for experienced curlers. Registration closes February 29th.
Carpool to Triangle Curling Club
Triangle Day Trip
Join us as we carpool to Triangle Curling Club in Durham, North Carolina to play at their dedicated curling facility. We play two 6-end games with a break between games for 'broomstacking'.
Our carpool typically leaves from the Lowe's in Chester at 9:30am, and usually returns by 9pm. The cost is $30, including lunch.
If you would like to join the summer league but will miss multiple weeks, you can sign up to substitute for another player. The cost is $20 per night. If no space to spare is available, you may sign up to practice on the extra sheet (see below).
Spare (substitute) for a team in CCVa's standard league at the Richmond Ice Zone. Game time is 6:30 to 9pm.
Quantity varies week to week depending on how many players are out, and will be updated regularly as players inform us they'll miss weeks. If no quantity is available, you may sign up here to practice on the fourth sheet.
A spare sheet will be available most weeks of the summer league for independent practice time. If space is available, you may also spare in the league in the event of last minute cancellations.