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A one-of-a-kind, tension-packed curling event that gives players and fans new ways to enjoy curling is headed to Southern Ontario.

The second annual PointsBet Invitational will be played Sept. 27-Oct. 1 at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex. Sixteen men’s and sixteen women’s teams from Canada will take part in the competition, chasing a prize purse in excess of $350,000 in a sudden-death single-knockout format.
Here’s a look at what is available:

  • Full Event Package ($220-250): A single ticket to every draw of the PointsBet Invitational.
  • Weekend Package ($100 - $120): A single ticket to both Final Four and Championship Final draws.
  • Weekday Package ($40 - $50): A single ticket to two draws on either Wednesday, Thursday or Friday’s Sweep 16 and Elite Eight draws. 

*All ticket packages are subject to standard facility and ticket service fees. 


Click on the picture for more information on the passing of past OCC Member Harvey TalbotHarvey Talbot

Ian TetleyI would like to thank the Oakville Curling Club board for having the confidence in me to lead this club. Having been a member since 2008, I have watched the transition and improvements this club continues to make. This club is awesome in so many ways. From world class ice and ice maintenance, with state-of-the-art ice making equipment, to spectacular events and leagues all season long. But the best part of the Oakville Curling club are the members and volunteers. Their undying devotion to the game and this club has kept the club in an enviable financial position, year after year, so we can keep making improvements.

My vision is to keep making incremental improvements. One of those ways is through food. As a native of Thunder Bay, both curling facilities there have Chinese Food restaurants in them. Would I like to see that here? Maybe. If we could outsource the kitchen area to a local restaurant and our membership could get food, that would be fantastic.

I can see "Friday Night Fish Fry" for our mixed leagues happening. "Wednesday Wings", Tuesday and Thursday Beer and a Burger. This is all pie in the sky at the moment.

I am also a lover of the arts. I would love to see amateur and professional musicians developing and showcasing their talents here at the club. My hope is that the membership embraces some of these cultural events and visit the club for food or drink on a night that they normally do not curl.

My end goal is to make this club even better and more accessible, one member at a time. I have an open-door policy, so please walk in and introduce yourselves and let me know your ideas. Better yet, bring your friends, introduce them to this great game and we can all have a beverage together.

Good luck and good curling to all.

pointsbetThe 2023 PointsBet Invitational will be hosted at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex Sept. 26-Oct. 1, 2023. The Oakville Curling Club has been selected as the event’s host club. Sixteen men’s and sixteen women’s teams from Canada will take part in the competition, chasing a prize purse in excess of $350,000 in a sudden-death single-knockout format. For more information follow this link to Curling Canada’s media release

As host club for the event, OCC members are being asked to continue to do what they have magnificently done for other events, volunteer & help during the event. More information about volunteer opportunities will be made available by Curling Canada’s once the volunteer link is live but, in the meanwhile, you can sign up for updates at the bottom of the Curling Canada volunteer page.

Jim Wilson is back at it again! This time, the team (Jim Wilson,  Ken McDermott , Ross Scarrow , Rob Brockbank) will be participating in the Senior Provincial Championships hosted at the Ingersoll District Curling Club, March 15th-19th, 2023. If you’re in the neighbourhood, I’m sure they’d welcome all supporters. On behalf of the Oakville Curling Club, we’d like to thank Team Wilson for proudly representing the Club at the event and wish them the best of luck.

Follow all the action here:  https://wordpress.curl-on.ca/scoreboard/#!/competitions/8181/standings

Team Wilson Seniors

Cancel Ice ScreenshotAs the end of the season approaches, finding available ice time for make-up games becomes more difficult for everybody. As a common courtesy to the other members, we ask that if you are unable to play any of your upcoming games, take a minute to log into the OCC website and use the online system to cancel your game. This will make that timeslot available to others for make-up games.

If you are unsure how to cancel your league game…

  1. Log into the OCC site using your member ID.
  2. Under the Ice menu, select the Cancel League Ice option (see image).
  3. Another page will appear. Fill in the required details and submit the request when you are done.

A special thanks to Larry Gayowsky for continuing to maintain and improve the Oakville Curling Club website that many of you have come to rely on. Recently, there were maintenance changes to the site. If you are experiencing odd visual behaviour on your mobile device or laptop, please clear your web browser cache.

Away Bonspiels ScreenshotHave some free time and interested in bonspiels hosted at other area clubs? With the recent website upgrades, you can now preview some of those events online. For those who liked to check the binder kept at the office, don’t worry, that will continue as well in the near term.

From the Curling menu, select the Bonspiels in the Area option to view the upcoming events at other area clubs. Included in the listing are the Event Name, Club, Date of Event and links to flyer(s) and event registration as provided by the area club.  You can also click on the Club name to link directly to the club’s site to get more details and information.

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Kurl for Kids is a Pro-Am charity Bonspiel where celebrity provincial, Canadian, World and Olympic Champion skips curl with a team of amateur curlers.

100% of the proceeds go to supporting kids in crisis through K4K’s preferred charities, the Oakville Hospital Foundation and the Sandra Schmirler Foundation.

The bonspiel starts on the Thursday evening with a banquet at the Holiday Inn where skips are chosen. Curling starts Friday at noon at the Oakville Curling Club and continues until the Saturday evening.

A DJ, karaoke, live music, a silent auction and the ever-popular hospitality suite will round out your weekend.

The Kurl for Kids raised $130,000 last year and assisted in the purchase of IV Infusion Pumps, Ultrasound Machines, Sleeper Chair Sofas, and several new resources for the Special Care Nursery.

The K4K committee especially thanks the sponsors, donors, and players at the Oakville Curling Club who helped make our record-breaking success possible.

Also, we would like to thank the many OCC members that purchased draw tickets for the K4K raffle. Despite many tickets purchased at the club the prizes were won elsewhere. But I want to emphasize we were all winners with direct contributions to the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital NICU saving little newborns in distress.

We’re making such a difference but there is still so much more that we can do!

We hope to see you for the Kurl for Kids’ annual bonspiel - it promises to be a fun weekend that you will be proud to be a part of!

Please click HERE to go to their website for full details and to register!

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