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 October 20, 2021

FAQs for Return-to-Play

Updated September 24, 2021


 Curling schedule


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




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

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Ages 8 to 17

The RA Youth Curling program welcomes new and returning curlers between the ages of 8 and 17. The focus is on having fun while learning the fundamentals of the game in a relaxed environment. Our program is based on curriculum developed by Curl Ontario and is delivered by trained instructors. The fall portion of the program focuses on instruction for the new curlers, and review and continued training for returning curlers. Coaching continues for all levels throughout the winter session. In order to keep the student to instructor ratio low, space is limited. Register early to avoid disappointment.

Program Coordinator: Margo Burgess (margo.burgess.racc@gmail.com)

2021/2022 Fee: $155 / RA member    
  $165 / non-member


CurlON 50/50

By purchasing tickets to the CurlON 50-50 online lottery, not only will the RA Curling Club receive funds to directly support youth at the Club, but you will have a chance to win – BIG! Read more... 

Curling Day in Canada - February 27, 2021

RA Youth Curlers send everyone best wishes on this Curling Day in Canada!