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 February 24, 2022

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



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

ADULTS – Click to complete




Mid-Season 2022 Winter Fees now available – Register Now!

As an active club since 1957, the RA Curling Club (RACC) is proud to offer a wide range of leagues for all skill levels and interests. Our curlers range from novice to competitive. 

The RACC Leagues are divided into two sections based on playing times, day or evening with option for curlers to play in both day and evening leagues as well. Membership fees are based on the type and the number of leagues that you choose to play in. 


Check out the leagues and membership fees for the:


PLEASE NOTE: You must be an RA Member to join the Club. RA Membership is open to everyone. Click here for information on Association Membership.