Kick off your season with this fun cash spiel for U18 athletes!
Dates: Friday, September 29th to Sunday, October 1st, 2017
Registration Opens: Thursday, June 15th, 2017 (NOW OPEN!)
The Oakville Curling Club hosts a Youth Curling Camp every year in August for kids between the ages of 9 – 16.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Summer and Curling unite at OCC once again this August!
Strut here in your shorts and flip flops and join us for another awesome summer of Curling.
Draws run Monday - Thursday evening for 7 weeks starting August 14th.
... And back by popular demand - Open Doubles!
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
We have added a new login button and have changed the member only menu navigation.
New Login button. The new Login button near the top of each page will allow mobile users to login without the need to scroll to the bottom of the page.
We will retain the green Member Login window in the right sidebar.
We have added the ability to display your profile picture in the new Member Roster. This should help you recall the name of other club members. If you would like to add a picture to your profile, follow these steps:
Step 1 - Take or find a current headshot picture. To be a helpful reference for other members, please select a clear headshot, as square as possible (length = width), ideally from the shoulders up. If you previously uploaded a picutre, I suggest you redo the process as we have increased the size of the picture display. You can crop a picture - prior to uploading - so that your face covers the majority of the picture, as seen in the example below.
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Dorothy Brockbank donated her parent’s pins to the Oakville Curling Club and I created a display of them for the club. I organized them by area and found that the majority were from Ontario and Scotland so I painted Ontario and Scotland on the background and attached the pins. Pins from the States are below Ontario and Western Canada is on the left and Eastern Canada on the right. Elsewhere in the world is below Scotland.
Submitted by: Laurel Best
In addition to running our 2 weeks of youth Curling Camps in August, we have partnered with a local community group to provide alternative camp programming for kids.
During the off-season (May-July), Club and office hours are by appointment only.
Emails and voicemails are monitored Monday-Friday.
Please contact the General Manager (Michelle Smith) by email or phone in advance to coordinate.
The MLL closed out another successful year at our recent banquet. We were excited to share our day with our new League sponsor Janice Fendley from J. Fendley Consulting Inc.
‘A’ Flight – Trophy Recipients and Winners – Team Winter
Photo: Patti Winter (skip), Dorothy Brockbank (vice), Janice Fendley (sponsor), Barb Reichert (lead), absent Sally Reinfelds (second) and alternate (Cheryl Maloney)
Congratulations to all of our Mixed League division winners. Our season ending championship weekend saw 80 teams vying for divisional bragging rights.
A special mention for the 2016-2017 overall season points winning team of Dan Leier, Cheryl VanDerKroon, Ken Leach, Karen Leier, and alternate players Helen and Barry Garside.
This year saw a repeating overall Mixed League Championship winning team. Congratulations to:
Bruce Webster, Marianne Lawton, Matt Lawton and Jody Webster.
Well the WNL League has successfully completed another year, and based on the response at our closing banquet on April 12th, everyone enjoyed themselves.
Congratulations to our winning teams:
A Division – Winners – Team Murphy – Janet Murphy, Sarah Reid, Jacquie Ramier, Victoria Swystun, Tara McAnnich McLaren
- Runners Up - Team Gail Cosman – Gail Cosman, Cheryl Van der Kroon, Marianne Lawton, Jody Webster
Congratulations to all of our Series 4 Winners as follows!
One thing we've definitely learned this season is that more and more of you are curling 8 ends each week. Congratulations Ladies and keep it up next season!
Submitted by: Gerry Josefik and Barb Purdy
We wrapped up the season with a successful and fun event involving a 4-end game and a 4-skills challenge that resulted in one team from each draw receiving prizes. As well, all participants received a $10 gift card and enjoyed a variety of snacks; veggies, dip, salsa, chips, and sweet treats. Thanks to all the volunteers who assisted with the skills competition.
After 3 years, Nancy Mooney is stepping down as Convener for the Monday night league. Thanks to Nancy for doing a fabulous job in keeping Mondays welcoming to new curlers and fun for everyone! We are looking for a new convener for this league. If interested, please contact Nancy Mooney or Judy Kerling for more information.
Submitted by: Judy Kerling
On Friday April 21, 2017 the club hosted the closing banquet and division final playoff games for the Evening Men's League. The event was enjoyed by all who attended and we saw a number of exciting games. In addition, the Man of the Year award was announced, and this year's winner is Grant Clark for his long-time contribution to the club through his stellar efforts running the Sportsman bonspiel, helping new curlers learn the game, etc.
Congratulations to all finalists and especially to the winners of each division:
|A Division and Club Champions: Team Tetley|
|(left to right): Ian Tetley, Bob Reid, Reggie Millage & Scott Foster|