TEMPORARY CLOSURE:

Following the recent provincial announcement, all in-person programs and services are paused as of end of business January 4, 2022. Read more...

2021-2022 Season

It’s time to get back to Curling!
As we all look forward to a new start this fall, the RA will put everyone's health and safety first as part of Return the Play (RTP). RTP guidelines have just been released by Curling Canada and CurlON, and the executive will be updating protocols to ensure compliance with any and all civil authority health requirements that will be in effect when the curling season begins.

Updated September 24, 2021

FAQs for Return-to-Play

Updated September 24, 2021

 

 Curling schedule

Updated December 29, 2021
 

Curling Centre of Excellence Frequently Asked Questions
Updated July 21, 2021

FAQs 

  

RA Curling Club Acknowledgement, Assumption of Risks, Waiver and Release of Claims – Coronavirus (COVID-19) Form

ADULTS – Click to complete

 

 

WELCOME TO THE CURLING CLUB MEMBER PAGES

 

MENS DAYTIME SECTION    LADIES DAYTIME  SECTION    OPEN DAYTIME LEAGUES (MEN AND WOMEN)

 

EVENING SECTION    YOUTH SECTION

 

See our new page: New Rocks, New Ice, New Start NEWS for short articles and interviews to keep members abreast of activities at the Club and the Curling Centre of Excellence. Meet members of the RA staff and to members of their Club. 

We kick this series off with "Meet Tosha - the visionary behind the new Curling Centre of Excellence

 

See below for:

  • Update to Covid Protocols
  • We have Moved
  • CurlOn Lottery

 

6 Ender in Doubles

Congratulations to Theresa He and Jason Hollman on their 6-ender in Doubles on October 10, 2021

Update to Covid Protocols

September 22, 2021
 
During play, if proper physical distancing is maintained, the wearing of masks is now optional.  It is, however, strongly recommended that curlers wear their masks for the safety of others. 
   
Curlers can only enter the RA at the west entrance and are still required to wear a mask on their arrival and throughout the RA complex, including washrooms, hallways and stairs, and in any lounges, or change rooms or meeting rooms.
    
As of September 22, 221 curlers 18 years of age and older will be required to show proof of double vaccination and a valid id when entering the RA.
   
The Return to Play protocol has been revised where necessary to reflect the change in the mask requirement as well as strengthen the social distancing requirements. 
   

We have moved!

The former hockey arena at the RA Centre will be re-developed into a Curling Centre of Excellence ready to welcome RACC members for club play this upcoming curling season.   For more information and to answer questions about the new Centre and the related changes for the Curling Club, please consult the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document.  
  


CurlON 50-50

Online Lottery supporting Youth Curling

Your ticket purchase will go directly to supporting the youth at the RA Curling Club. Read more...

 

 


 

 

 

RA Youth curlers and their coaches celebrate Curling Day in Canada, February 27, 2021

RA Youth curlers and their coaches celebrate Curling Day in Canada, February 27, 2021