To The Chesapeake Curling Club
As seen on TV!
Our family came to a Learn to Curl at Chesapeake Curling Club two years ago and it was love at first slide. Like many others, we were fascinated about the sport of curling and we had watched it on the Olympics for years. When we discovered we could actually try our hand at delivering and sweeping a stone we jumped at the chance. We came for the sport but stayed for the people. Curlers are some of THE nicest people on the face of the planet and the members at Chesapeake are welcoming and supportive. Curling is as much about socialization and camaraderie as it is about rich tradition and the spirit of competition. Curling is also an adaptive sport that can be played well into the golden years. And if none of this convinces you to come out and give curling a try, consider the look on your friend’s faces when you tell them that you projected a 42 pound piece of solid granite 125 feet across a sheet of ice…all by yourself…epic bragging rights will be yours forever!
We are now accepting registrations for the 2017 Funspiel. Click here to sign up your team.read more
Registration for The Delmarvelous, curling's friendliest Bonspiel, is open. Our newest bonspiel returns February 23-26. No gimmicks, just curling, warm room table games, and socializing. Continental breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday, and brunch on Sunday....read more
That's right, this season's Funspiel falls directly on Inauguration weekend, or rather the Inauguration falls right in the middle of our Funspiel. So we've decided to invite the Commander in Chief to our very own InHOGural Ball. While we can't guarantee the...read more
The Women's Mid-Atlantic is almost full! We are excited to welcome our fellow curlers here - this year the theme is "Infamous Women". Haven't registered yet? Hurry and get your team together while there's still room. Already registered? Start planning your "infamous...read more
Dennis McClain recipient of the 2016 Rookie of the Year Award.
The Rookie Award is given to a first or second year member for both their service to the club and their athletic progress as a newer curler. Denny has learned and honed his skills at curling over the past two years. Denny also has taken on the formidable task of taking care of our ice and making sure we all get to enjoy our curling season. In addition, Denny is willing to pitch in with any club job that needs to be done, from mentoring new curlers to washing dishes.