CurlManitoba introduces Open Your Doors with Facebook advertising.  This program is aimed at taking advantage of the hype and excitement that comes from watching curling at the Olympics.  We suggest your club run a free “Try Curling for a Day” clinic that gets people into your club to learn more about what you have to offer.  Once there, you can promote programs like “Learn to Curl”, where participants commit to a 4-6 week series of clinics.  Work with us to get more people into your clubs.

Click here for more information on working with us.

Busniess of Curling Symposium
Following are the presentations that were given during the Business of Curling Symposium in 2017:

Adult Learn to Curl


Building Capacity

Curling 101

Risk Management

Scraping, Stones, Water, Paint, Logos

Social Media Buying

Superior Customer Service


Curling I/O Presentation (Membership registration system)

CurlManitoba Development Presentation

*Energy Conservation   (if you would like a copy of this presentation, please contact Laurie at [email protected] or 204-925-5726)

Welcome to the “Club Corner”

Below please find club information forms:

Club Contact Form

Each year, CurlManitoba requests that clubs fill out a “club contact sheet” with information on various club contacts including club president, secretary, ice maker, and junior curling coordinator. This form helps us to stay in touch with your club and send the appropriate information to the appropriate people.

Download a copy of the form as Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word.

CurlManitoba Membership Reporting Form

CurlManitoba requires each curling club to report on their club which includes demographic information. This is a requirement for provinical funding from Sport Manitoba.  Also, CurlManitoba determines the membership fees due for each club based on this information.

Please use the following form to report the required information. Download a copy of the form in Microsoft Excel format here.

CurlManitoba Participant Fee Reimbursement Form

Club members who curl at multiple clubs and wish to be reimbursed for their membership fees please click here for the reimbursement form.

CurlManitoba Marketing

CurlManitoba has a variety of marketing opportunities that sponsors and clubs can take advantage of to promote their business, services and programs.  These opportunities include our club mailouts, enewsletters, and website postings.  Please contact our office at [email protected] if you would like to advertise.

Curling Canada Marketing Materials

Curling Canada has  many marketing materials available for clubs to use.  Posters can be used to assist clubs in promoting open houses and learn to curl courses.  Click here to visit the Curling Canada website for more information.

In addition, Curling Canada has created a planning guide to assist clubs in developing and implementing a Learn to Curl league.  The planning guide can be down loaded here.

Economic Impact Documents

Curling Canada released documents in the last couple of years to help clubs if they are looking for some guidance and background information to help them get funding for projects.  Please note that contact names for government will have changed in the documents.
Economic Impact of Curling in Canada
Curling Canada Infrastructure Toolkit
Curling Meeting Template


Below are links to grant programs that may be of interest to Manitoba Curling Clubs

Build 150 — Funding communities for Manitoba’s 150th

The Build 150 program will provide approximately $1.2 million for projects that will leave a lasting legacy in communities across the province. Applicants will submit their ideas for infrastructure or “bricks and mortar” projects to their local community foundation. Each foundation will decide what projects to fund and will set their own application deadlines. Foundations will receive matching grants from the Build 150 program.

Click here for the Manitoba 150 website.

Click here for the Manitoba 150 media release.

For more information contact Kevin Parsons: [email protected]

National Sport Trust Fund

CurlManitoba and its member facilities are able to establish projects through the National Sport Trust Fund, Manitoba Chapter, which is the Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Council of Provincial & Territorial Sport Federations (CCPTSF, a Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association) with charitable statues that enables Canadian to receive a tax receipt for gifts to benefit amateur athletics. The Trust Fund, Sport Manitoba, and its members like CurlManitoba, all work together for the benefit of amateur sport in Manitoba. The program is administered by Sport Manitoba.

CurlManitoba and our member clubs can establish projects to ensure club fundraising activities for capital projects and other sport initiatives for the betterment of curling at your club can be tax deductible. By registering your project with the National Sport Trust Fund, your curling centre will have the opportunity to increase its fundraising potential.

  • Your curling centre will be eligible to apply for various granting opportunities that are only accessible to registered charitable organizations.
  • Local businesses or individuals can receive charitable donation tax receipts for eligible charitable donations to support your curling centre.

Contact CurlManitoba Executive Director Craig Baker for endorsement and to start your application process. Click here for more information.

Building Sustainable Communities Program

The Building Sustainable Communities grant helps build thriving sustainable communities that provide a high quality of life for Manitobans. The grant leverages investments in community development by local governments, non-profit organizations, and others.

Eligible community development projects include:

  • Planning activities
  • Organizational capacity building
  • Community or regional initiatives
  • Community, culture, or recreation capital infrastructure projects

Click here for the Building Sustainable Communities Program website.

Club E-Newsletters

CurlManitoba sends out a club e-newsletter periodically throughout the season to provide clubs in Manitoba with helpful information. These newsletters are separate from our twice-monthly newsletters that go out. To be added to the club e-newsletter list, please forward your email address to [email protected]

October Club E-Newsletter

Provincial Sport Region Boundries
Manitoba is divided into 5 different sport regions; North, West, South, East and Winnipeg.  The West and South regions will have two divisions within the larger region.

CurlManitoba Member Clubs

Clubs in Manitoba pay a membership fee to CurlManitoba.  In return clubs receive a variety of benefits. The list of current member curling clubs is below.  Highlighted clubs are linked to their website or facebook page.

Altona Curling Club Fort Rouge Curling Club Newdale Curling Club Teulon Curling Club
Arborg Curling Club Gilbert Plains Curling Club Oakville Curling Club The Pas Curling Club
Arden Lansdowne Curling Club Gillam Curling Club Pembina Curling Club Thistle Curling Club
Cartwright Curling Club Gimli Curling Club Petersfield Curling Club Thompson – Burntwood Curling Club
Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club Gladstone Curling Club Pilot Mound Curling Club Treherne Curling Club
Baldur Curling Club Glenboro Curling Club Pinawa Curling Club Victoria Beach Curling Club
Beausejour Curling Club Grandview Curling Club Pine Falls Curling Club Virden Curling Club
Boissevain Curling Club Granite Curling Club Portage la Prairie Curling Club Waskada Curling Club
Brandon Curling Club Hamiota Curling Club Rivers Curling Club Wawanesa Curling Club
Brookdale Curling Club Heather Curling Club Riverton Curling Club West St. Paul Curling Club
Carberry Curling Club Holland Curling Club Riverview Curling Club Whiteshell Curling Club
Carman Curling Club Killarney Curling Club Roland Curling Club Winkler Curling Club
Charleswood Curling Club Lac du Bonnet Curling Club Rorketon Curling Club Winnipeg Beach Curling Club
Clearwater Curling Club LaSalle Curling Club Selkirk Curling Club Winnipegosis Curling Club
Curl Balmoral Lorette Curling Club Shoal Lake Curling Club Ste. Leon Curling Club
Dauphin Curling Club Manitou Curling Club Snow Lake Curling Club Steinbach Curling Club
Deer Lodge Curling Club Melita Curling Club Souris Curling Club
Deloraine Curling Club Miami Curling Club Springfield Curling Club
East St Paul Curling Club Miniota Curling Club St. Adolphe Curling Club
Elmwood Curling Club Minnedosa Curling Club St. Vital Curling Club
Eriksdale Curling Club Moosehorn Curling Club Ste. Anne Curling Club
Fisher Branch Curling Club Morden Curling Club Stonewall Curling Club
Flin Flon Curling Club Morris Curling Club Swan Lake Curling Club
Fort Garry Curling Club Neepawa Curling Club Swan River Curling Club

CurlManitoba hosts a variety of competitions during the curling season throughout the province.
There are two types of events that clubs can apply to host, Berths and Provincial Championships. Here are a list of Berths and Provincial Championships that clubs can apply to host:

TELUS Junior Men’s Provincial
TELUS Junior Women’s Provincial
Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Viterra Championship
Senior Women’s Provincial
Strathcona Trust Senior Men’s Provincial
Manitoba’s Credit Unions Master Men’s and Women’s Provincials
Asham U18 Provincial Championships
Chicken Chef Mixed Provincial
Dynasty Mixed Doubles Provincial Championship
Nature’s Bounty Curling Club Provincial Championships

Asham U18 Berth Bonspiel
TELUS Junior Berth Bonspiel
Scotties Berth Bonspiel
Viterra Berth Bonspiel
Strathcona Trust Senior Men’s Berth

Click Here for CurlManitoba Events Hosting Criteria

Click Here for Regional & Berth Bonspiel Host Chair Responsibilities

Click Here for the 2022-2023 Hosting Application


Clubs may obtain the right to award a berth to a Provincial Championship through a bonspiel being held at their club.  For further information please contact Laurie Macdonell at [email protected].

As a service to the curling community in Manitoba, CurlManitoba will develop draws for member clubs and leagues at no charge.  For non member clubs and leagues the charge will vary depending upon the size and complexity of the draw.

For information please contact the Elaine Owen at [email protected] with the number of teams, number of sheets and type of draw required.

We are also pleased to be able to provide a variety of resources for clubs to access including scorecards and draw sheets.  Please contact Tracey Ewasko at [email protected]  for information.

CurlManitoba is an association representing a diverse membership including curling facilities, leagues, associations and individual participants.  These members come from across the province and include rural and urban facilities, competitive and recreational curlers of all ages.

Click here for a full list of membership benefits.


This is to provide notification to the Clubs of a recent CurlManitoba Board of Directors decision to increase the annual individual membership fee from $6 to $8 effective the 2019-2020 season.  As you are aware, a $4 membership fee was introduced in the 2011-2012 season.  The fee has only been increased once to $6 in 2015-2016.

The CurlManitoba Board is currently working on a new five-year strategic plan that will come into effect for the 2019-2020 season.  We are excited about increasing our efforts to grow participation in the game, providing more development opportunities for curlers of all skill levels, and enhancing communication and assistance to clubs to help them prosper.

With an ambitious new plan, the organization needs additional resources to achieve our goals over the next several years.  The fee increase will be used to directly support the new plan.

Even with the increase to $8 per curler, Manitoba remains one of the lowest membership fees across the country.  Several provinces have fees around the $15 level.

Thank you for your continued membership and hard work to provide an excellent curling experience for all members of our great game.

If you have any questions please contact Craig Baker, Executive Director of CurlManitoba.


Club sheet numbers are listed below.

Ice numbers shown are standard for all competitions.

All other rural clubs are numbered starting at 1.

Ice No. Location Phone No.
1-9 Granite
One Granite Way
41-48 Heather
120 Youville St. at Yardley Ave.
51-56 Fort Rouge
750 Daly Street
71-75 Elmwood
300 Brazier Street Winnipeg, Manitoba R2L 1P3
91-96 Deer Lodge
425 Woodlawn Street
101-106 Pembina
1341 Pembina Highway
111-116 Fort Garry
696 Archibald Street
131-136 St. Vital
St. Anne’s Rd. at Regal Ave.
161-165 Thistle
280 Burnell Street
211-215 Charleswood
Grant Ave. at Oakdale Drive
231-238 Assiniboine Memorial
940 Vimy Road Box 20062, RPO Westwood Winnipeg, Manitoba R3K 2E5
204 832-5817
241-245 West St. Paul
431 Grassmere Rd., West St Paul, MB
261-266 East St Paul
Hoddinott Road, East St Paul, MB
271-274 Springfield
Dugald Road (Rte 115), Dugald, MB
301-303 LaSalle
PR 330, La Salle, MB
311-316 Selkirk
381 Jemima St., Selkirk,MB
204- 482-6949
351-353 St. Adolphe
327 St.Adolphe Rd., St.Adolphe,MB