Oakville Curling Club would like to send our best with the OCC's Special Olympics teams of Noah Banton (skip), Sofia Dershko, Dylan Hansen, Bill Hickson and coaches Delores McCallum and Patti Wheatley-Hansen, who are competing in the 2020 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games in Thunder Bay this week!
This team was formed 4 years ago to prepare for Provincial Qualifiers which took place in Milton in 2017. After qualifying in “D” Division they were off to Provincials in 2018 in Sault Ste. Marie where the team went undefeated until the final game when they lost by 1 point to the the team from Thunder Bay and received the silver medal. They were very happy with that result. A short time later they were notified they would be going to the Canada Winter Games. The team has been hard at work, with many on ice and off ice practices over the course of the season and they feel prepared for this challenge. It is a great way to finish off the Quadrennial and they are excited to take part in this national event.
The support of the World Lefthanders and the Senior Men’s and Men’s leagues at the Oakville Curling Club has bolstered the team's enthusiasm and excitement and made the trip stress free in terms of finances.
Summer on Ice - 2020
The Oakville Curling Club hosts Youth Curling Day Camps every year in August for kids between the ages of 7 – 16. This camp is designed for all levels of skill and experience, from absolute beginners to experienced U-18 athletes.
- Camp 1: Monday August 17 to Friday August 21, 2020
- Camp 2: Monday August 24 to Friday August 28, 2020
- Monday - Thursday: 9:00am-4:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am-3:00pm
- Before and after camp care available!
Calling recent graduates of Oakville Curling Club's Learn to Curl programs.
You are invited to attend the inaugural L2C Grad Bonspiel at the Oakville Curling Club.
|Saturday, April 25, 2020
10am - 3pm
Register on-line individually or as a team
$30 per individual
$120 per 4 person team
Must have attended either Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Fall 2019 or Winter 2020 Oakville Curling Club L2C session
Players must be 19 years or older and any combination of male and female players
Capacity is 16 teams (64 players), however, we can add a second draw based on the waitlist
2 - 6 ends games
On-ice coaching available
Lunch provided between games
Did you know that Oakville Curling Club has ten 60+ plus athletes in the mix for this year's provincial championship?
These fine shooters are all hungry for a Provincial Title and a Championship Banner.
All have recently won the qualifying rounds and play the Provincial qualifiers this weekend.
All are shooting to make the Ontario Masters Championships (Midland ON, Jan 2020)
- Team Taylor - Ian Taylor, Dave Sykes, Ken Leach, Dave Feldstien
- Team Lawton - Matt Lawton, Don Pearson, Doug Pole, Al Kirchner
- Brian Bobbie - Plays with Team Roblin (Donalda)
- Bob MacDonald - Plays with Team Dorey (Ingersoll)
The winner of the provincials attends the Canadian Championships in St John, NB in April 2020.
Oakville teams made the Ontario Provincial playoff semi finals the last 3 seasons.
Good luck guys!
Submitted by Bob Edmondson
Join us for a day of fun and prizes at the Oakville Curling Club!
Minimum age 55 (Team minimum, total age of 240).
Entry fee $180; includes coffee/goodies and lunch; two games; prizes for all!
$20 from each entry will be donated to Food 4 Kids!
47th ANNUAL MEN'S & 41st ANNUAL WOMEN'S
April 2 - APRIL 5, 2020
Meals, entertainment, DJ and more!
Incredible prize table with over $10,000 in prizes!
Registration open October 15.
Early Bird Entry Fee: $480/ team ($120/ individual) - registration & payment required by December 31st, 2019.
Entry Fee (January 1st and later): $500/ team ($125/ individual).
Entry discount for new players: $25 (to be reimbursed at event)
You are invited to attend the Oakville International Curlers' Gathering at the Oakville Curling Club in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
The entry fee of $600 Cdn per team, includes 6 games and a party / banquet on Saturday evening.
The Oakville Curling Club is committed to the development and continued growth of the fantastic sport of Curling... and we want to teach you how to play!
For the 2019/20 Season, we have prepared a series of Learn to Curl (L2C) programs to get you into the swing of this great Canadian sport.
You do not need to be a member of OCC to participate.
Fall in love with Curling at our house this winter! Space is limited, register today!
Curling is a unique sport that requires both skill and strategy. It is often referred to as chess on ice. It is a lifelong sport that can be learned at any age. Whether playing in a fun league or in a competitive ladder the emphasis is always on sportsmanship and fair play. Being a social sport by nature, it is not uncommon for teams to socialize off the ice where lasting friendships are often made.