This page is for the exclusive use of curling clubs or other curling organizations who have used equipment for sale OR who are in the market for similar items. Opportunities may be posted here by submitting details (in brief) by Email to [email protected] or by fax to 204-925-5720. Postings may be deleted at the end of the month following their first posting. Extensions must be requested.

East St. Paul Curling Club
Youth Curling Coordinator

Position Summary: The Youth Curling Coordinator will be primarily responsible for coordinating and facilitating the Bantam and Little Rocks curling programs at East St. Paul Curling Club and assist with the Junior Inter-club development program. This is a seasonal position from October – March.
Hours of Work: Sundays 12:30 – 4:30 pm (hours may change slightly to accommodate league times)
Salary Range: $23 – $25 per hour.
 Must have or be willing to complete Club Coach or Competition Coach Level 1 course;
 Good communication and organizational skills;
 Experience working with youth;
 Knowledgeable about the sport of curling;
 Energetic, enthusiastic and interested in developing young curlers and promoting the sport of curling.
1. Supervise and lead on-ice program and provide on-ice behaviour management.
2. Provide on-ice instruction and support as required.
3. Assess and evaluate the effectiveness of the curling development program.
4. Plan and coordinate a training session for on-ice parent volunteers.
5. Other activities working with the youth curling program as required.
Please submit cover letter and résumé by email to:
East St. Paul Youth Curling
email: [email protected]
Closing Date: September 9th, 2022


Fort Garry Curling Club – Try Curling – Not just for Olympians!


  1. For anyone

Curling is one of the most inclusive sports out there. You can play in a wheelchair, you can play if you’re visually or hearing impaired, you can play if you’re 90, and you can play if you’re five. There’s such a big age range in curling that little kids can use special lighter rocks until they get big enough to push the granite monsters. You also don’t have to be able to run 10 miles without breaking a sweat in order to play—although being physically fit is definitely a benefit. Both throwing and sweeping can get pretty intense. Curling teams can be all men, all women, or mixed.

  1. Curling is inexpensive

No crazy pads, no skates, no helmets—just some basic gear and a membership to a curling league or club, and you’ve got yourself a super-fun sport. Chances are, you can play for a lot less than an annual gym membership. Just be warned: you can blow your budget pretty easily buying rounds for the other team after a match.

  1. It’s great for your mind

Curling is all about strategy and precision—in fact, its nickname is “chess on ice.” Although you can learn to play in a couple of hours, curlers spend years learning to read the ice, evaluate the other team’s play, and make decisions accordingly. Plus, you’ll get some good practice in focusing and being mindful. As one curler puts it, “Whether it’s on sweeping, or watching a line, or letting your legs remember what the weight feels like as you slide out—you think about one thing. And for a bit, everything else melts away.”

  1. Curling is a ridiculously social sport

Good sportsmanship is key in curling—sweepers are expected to call their own infraction when they burn, or touch, a stone, for example. So while there’s definitely rivalry and competition, it’s also expected that curlers will be friendly and courteous, even if they’re losing badly. Also, getting a beer or coffee with the opposing team after the game is pretty much required, so you’re guaranteed to make friends whether you want to or not.

  1. How?

Email the club and we will get you started.    [email protected]

Check out our web site at


Member Clubs

Clearwater Curling Club

For sale from Clearwater Curling Club – Rink Master Ice Scraper – Comes with 2 – four foot blades and cord.  Phone:  204-825-7166


Oakville Curling Club – Ice Plant for Sale – MAKE US AN OFFER (May 2020)

Oakville Curling Rink purchased this plant from Wildewood Curling Club in 2016 – purchased for $7000.00 plus GST.  Had CIMCO disassemble and winterize at a cost of $12000.00 plus taxes.  Ice Plant has been stored inside for the past year.  We recently found out that it is not going to work for our Curling Club. Packaged and ready to sell.

The Ice plant consists of:

1.  Compressor (Trane) 50 HP approximately W2′ X L6′
2.  Extra compressor for parts approximately W2′ X L3′
3.  Brine Pump 7.5 HP approximately W2′ X L5′
4.  Chiller approximately L7′ X W2′
5.  High Pressure Receiver (black cylinder) approximately H4′ X W16′
6.  Cumulator and Freon detector (wall mounted equipment)
7.  Condensor (Blanchard-Ness) approximately L14.5′ X W4′ (Mounted on roof)
8.  Brine Tank
If interested or need more information, please contact Karen at 204-267-2783 or email:  [email protected]




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Member Clubs



Looking for used stones for one outdoor curling sheet in Crescentwood, Winnipeg.  Anyone with used rocks for sale please contact John Minkevich ([email protected], 204-430-6343).


US Clubs/Area

Starting a curling club in Brainerd, Minnesota, USA – we need rocks for 4 sheets. This will be arena curling. Used rocks would help with start-up cost. Anyone with used rocks for loan or sale please contact Frank Worden 612-961-9615 (Equipment Chairman, Brainerd Lakes Curling Association)

Curling related Job Opportunities in Curling Clubs, Associations or related businesses may be posted here by submitting details (in brief) by Email to [email protected] or by fax to 204-925-5720. Posting may be deleted at the end of the month following their first posting. Extensions must be requested.

Morris Curling Club Is Hiring!
The Morris Curling Club is a high-performance curling facility that operates ice 12 months of the year. Winter months are primarily driven by league play, and various curling events. Summer months are driven primarily by practice ice. The Morris Curling Club works very closely with the Cargill Curling Training Center and their coaches.
The Club Manager will report to the board of directors, and be responsible for:
– Growing the membership base of the club and retaining current members.
– Coordinating all regular MCC member programs (league play and events)
– Local promotion and marketing (digital and nondigital) of the club and its offerings
– Preparing, monitoring, and reporting on monthly operating income and expenses.
– Management of staff (summer, office, bar, and ice)
Requirements for a successful applicant:
– 3+ years in a management position with financial responsibility and reporting.
– Post-secondary education in business, marketing, or project management
– Computer proficiency (MS Office) – Website design would be considered a bonus.
– Excellent leadership skills
– Excellent interpersonal & communication skills
– Strong time management and team relational skills
– Previous experience in the successful management and operation of a curling club and a passion for the sport of curling are a definite bonus.
Competitive Salary Commensurate with Experience
Start date: Immediate
We are an equal opportunity employer
Interested applicants, please apply via:
E-mail: [email protected]
Or text/ call Steven @ 204-803-1288 for more information
Application deadline: March 31, 2023
We thank all who apply, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


NOVA SCOTIA CURLING is seeking a full time High Performance Director.  Please click here for all details.


Fort Garry Curling Club – Immediate

Kitchen operator/caterer wanted

Email interest to:  [email protected]

Or call  Ed 204-955-1364


Stonewall Curling Club is looking for a new icemaker for the 2022-2023 curling season, to start this September.

Please contact Stu Brown (204) 223-8468 or [email protected] if interested


Riverview Curling Club – Club Manager

Position: Club Manager – Riverview Curling Club – Permanent Full Time

We are looking for a motivated individual to manage the business and facility operations of the Riverview Curling Club. We are a four-sheet facility with kitchen and banquet amenities.

The Club is seeking a full-time Club Manager.  There is an expectation of increased availability during the curling season (September to April) and less during the off-season. The Manager will be expected to manage their own schedule as needs dictate, but will allow for flexible hours (including some evenings and weekends)


  • provide management and leadership to Board members, curlers, renters etc.
  • budgeting, forecasting and business planning
  • market all aspects of the Club, including curling and banquet activities
  • manage website and social media
  • configure and manage the registration system and payment process
  • maintain the financial viability of the Club through cost control and revenue generation
  • provide excellent service to current members, while also attracting new members
  • report to the Board of Directors monthly
  • ensure the Club maintains up-to-date policies and procedures
  • ensure that there is clear responsibility and accountability for all club activities
  • manage and hire staff as needed (bar, security, cleaning etc.)
  • purchase supplies for day-to-day operations

 Required Education or Experience:

  •  Degree/Diploma in Business, Marketing or Recreation or combination of education and/or experience would be an asset
  • small business management, human resources, and financial management
  • membership service, including good communications and interpersonal skills, with a proven track record of customer service
  • knowledge of curling would be an asset
  • knowledge of applicable laws and regulations (e.g., Liquor Laws, Health and Safety, operational permits) would be an asset

Salary range is commensurate with education and experience.

All information submitted will be strictly confidential and only those selected for further
consideration will be contacted.

Submit resume and cover letter to:

COVID-19 considerations:
The Riverview Curling Club follows all COVID-19 protocols as recommended by our local public health unit and the Government of Manitoba.



Ice Maintenance Assistant Supervisor

The Brandon Curling Club is a busy 8 sheet curling facility located in the Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba.

We are seeking to fill the position of an Ice Maintenance Assistant Supervisor.  This seasonal position runs from September until mid-to-end of March.

Qualifications for this position:

  • Able to work with a team and independently
  • Must have some mechanical background
  • Must have the ability to learn new skills quickly
  • Ice Maintenance/making experience an asset
  • Available for morning, evening, and weekend shifts
  • Supervisory experience an asset
  • Previous scheduling experience an asset.
  • Past Volunteer recruitment an asset.


  • Learn and help with all aspects of ice installation, and ice upkeep
  • Learn daily ice maintenance routines (re: ice scraping, pebbling)
  • Ensure all ice maintenance staff are following procedures
  • Ensure proper communication with staff and office manager
  • Prepare and help schedule ice maintenance staff
  • Help Oversee proper cleaning practices
  • General upkeep during the season and closing of the facility in the spring.

For more information or to submit your resume, please contact:

Crystal Lawson, Manager
(204) 726-3560
[email protected]