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Workingmen's Bonspiel

Registration is now open for the annual CCC Workingmen's Spiel! Always a good weekend of great curling, Saturday steak dinner and cash prizes.

Date: Feb 16-18

Register: 604-574-4483 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Release Clinic

Register for this Saturday's clinic on releases. Refine your grip, learn how to apply the correct amount of rotation and learn how to release it cleanly towards the target . 

Clinic Details

Register: 604-574-4483 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Practice Ice

Thursday between 4 and 6 pm (No practice ice Monday)

You may also book available sheets during draws at the following times:

Monday - 9 pm

Tuesday - 9:30 am & 9:00 pm

Wednesday - 7:00 pm

Thursday - 9:00 pm


Team Andrews wins the Region 11 Club Challange and will represent Cloverdale Curling Club at the Pacific International Cup which is being held at the Richmond Curling Center starting on April 19.  Good luck and good curling ladies. (L-R) Jaime Milward Lead, Ashley Murray 2nd, Jen Routliffe 3rd, Leanne Andrews Skip

 Club Challange April 2017

Awards Night

Our annual Awards Night will be held Saturday, April 1st, 6 pm - late in the evening. Come on out and honour our League and Playoff winners as well as recognitions too. Contact or drop into the club for your tickets.


Cocktails: 5:00 pm

Dinner: 6:00 pm

Awards: 7:00 pm

Dancing: 8:00 pm

Cost: $ 15:00

RSVP by: Wednesday, March 22nd - Call club at 604 574 4483 or email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Or just drop down to the club in person!



Provincial Masters Championships Come to Cloverdale

 The Cloverdale Curling Club along with The Langley Curling Club will be hosting The BC Masters Combined Curling Championships on March 14th to the 18th. Opening ceremonies will be held Tuesday night starting at 7:00 pm  at the Cloverdale Club. 32 teams from all over the province will compete in 4 categories . There will be Men's and Women's 60 +, Men's 70+ and Mixed 60+. The draws will go:

8:00am, 10:30am, 1:00pm & 3:30pm on the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Cloverdale with 2 draws on the Saturday at 8:00 and 10:30 am.

The championship Finals will be held at The Langley Curling Club Saturday the 18th in the afternoon as well as hosting The Closing Ceremonies.

The Championship is still looking for accredited officials to help out.You will need at least your Level 1 certification in order to help. If you qualify and would like to get involved, contact : Mike Bergerman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Come on out to Cloverdale and to Langley to see the curling stars of yesterday still giving it today!


 Masters shot



Workingman's Bonspiel a Big Success

The annual Men's Workingman's Bonspiel held this past weekend at the club was again a great success. With 28 teams competing, from local clubs as well as ones from Seattle and Lillooet as well as many of our own league teams, the curling action was great. Starting on Friday night and continuing until the last rock thrown on Sunday afternoon, this year's teams competed for greatly increased prize payouts. Each win in the event came with instant cash and teams that kept on winning kept on cashing in! We enjoyed a great buffet Saturday night with an excellent 'cook your own your steak to the way you like it' bbq. Big thanks to Dave Bergen for again supplying the awesome steaks ! Thanks to the club management and the Board for supplying some great raffle prizes including a huge 55 inch HD TV!

Our Event winners and the runners up were as follows:

'A' Event Winners: Team Harris from The Cloverdale Curling Club!

'A' Event Runner Up: Team Petursson from The Langley Curling Club

'B' Event Winner: Team Shoesmith from The Granite Curling Club Seattle

'B' Event Runner Up:Team Rafter from Tunnel Town Club Tsawassen

'C' Event Winner: Team Kyne from Langley, Victoria and Cloverdale Clubs

'C' Even Runner Up: Team N. Silva from The Cloverdale Curling Club

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Team Harris from the CCC winners of the 'A' Event at the Workingman's Bonspiel.

l to r: Skip Stu Harris, 3rd Dean Lunn, 2nd Todd O'Dell, Lead Gary Olson.




SALT! (Salt is Bad - for the Ice That Is)

We have been having a real issue - as are many of the clubs on the Mainland during this cold spell - with salt coming into the lobby of the club. If not dealt with properly, it can and does find its way to the ice. And it has some very serious affects on the quality and effectiveness of your curling ice. There are some ways we can all help alleviate this issue, namely:

  • Adhere to the 'No Street Shoes' rule. Never use any shoes you have walked across our lot in to curl with.
  • Give your street shoes that you've worn into the lobby, a really good wipe on the front mat. This helps deal with the salt that makes its way into the club from the street and parking lot.
  • Before you go on the ice, give your curling shoes/grippers a really good cleaning using the Boot Boys located before the doors to the rink.
  • If you notice any salt/sand patches in the lobby, let us know. We'll deal with immediatly.

Thanks to all who take the time to do this. You are preserving the best curling ice in the Mainland!

Practice Ice at the Club

Practice Ice is Mondays and Thursdays from 4 - 6 pm unless otherwise stated.

Please let the club know if you plan on practicing with larger groups or need more sheets than usual.

Call:  604 574 4483


'Little Rockers' and Juniors Program Off to a Flying Start!

The Cloverdale Club's two programs for kids and juniors are off to a great start. Each Wednesday afternoon the ice is alive with youngsters learning the game of curling. Each program is led by qualified curling instructors and geared to the age and skill levels of the kids. Our Little Rockers learn the proper stance, slide and delivery in addition to many other facets of the game. The emphasis is on basic skills development and... fun!

Our Juniors can be Beginner, Novice or for juniors who have had previous curling experience. More advanced skill development is taught as well as lots of team play, team strategy and game situations. The Juniors always split up and play a game or two, working on all aspects of their curling. And there is also that important element of fun!

Maybe your child or grandkid is not the hockey or soccer type but still wants to try a different game? Then curling might be the game your're all looking for.

We have room for more Little Rockers - ages 6-10 - who start at 4:00 and end at 5:00 pm and Juniors - age 11-18 - who also start at 4:00 but go two hours till 6:00 pm. You can even bring your little one down to try a session before fully signing up!

Call the club at 604 574 4483 or just come on down Wednesday afternoon before 4:00 pm

And, we supply all the equipment they'll need! All that is required for them to bring is a clean pair of non-street shoes (those school gym runners will be perfect) and to dress loosely but warmly.


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