The Oakville Curling Club is an eight-sheet curling facility located in historic downtown Oakville, Ontario.
Our mission is to sustain and grow the sport of curling in our community, by providing the best possible combination of experiences and facilities for members’ social, recreational and competitive enjoyment.
Throughout the years, the club has played host to many great curling events and social gatherings. Today, the club continues to be a focal point for the community. With modern facilities - including an excellent ice surface and new curling rocks - the Oakville Curling Club hosts major provincial and national events as well as bonspiels for members of all levels of experience.
The Oakville Curling Club also supports the community by turning its facilities over to philanthropies for fund raising.
- 1953 - Three Oakville residents spearhead an effort to transform the old Victoria Park Arena, which had lain idle for six years, into the Oakville Curling Club.
- 1994 - The Board of Directors, faced with a facility over 100-years-old and in poor condition, approve constuction of new eight-sheet arena at a cost of $100,000 for new equipment.
- 2004 - The rink of Mike Harris, John Base, Phil Loevenmark, Trevor Wall and Ross Scarrow represent Ontario at the Nokia Brier playing out of Oakville. Please check other notable member achievements.
- 2012 - On September 21, a ribbon cutting ceremony officially introduces the renovated lounge, kitchen and office areas at a Members Only event.
- 2014 - The club celebrates the 60th Anniversary of its opening.
- 2022 - As of October, the Club completes a year-long project to replace the arena floor and upgrade sundry associated infrastructure, electrical and plant equipment, at a cost of $909,000.
- 2023 - On February 1, three-time world champion and longtime member, Ian Tetley, begins his tenure as the Club's new General Manager.
Click here for an expanded History of the Oakville Curling Club from The Oakville Curling Club: An Illustrated History Commemorating the First 35 Years - 1954 - 1989.
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