Our Story

With a growing membership from throughout the Delmarva Peninsula, the Chesapeake Curling Club is located at the Talbot County Community Center in Easton, Maryland and it is the southern-most curling club in the eastern United States with dedicated curling ice. The Chesapeake Curling Club provides three sheets of curling ice from December to March, hosting three regular leagues and several open curling sessions throughout the season.  Our season features several “Learn-to-Curl” sessions and instruction is also available to club members and interested persons.

The Chesapeake Curling Club is a volunteer club and a member of the Grand National Curling Club, a confederation of 48 curling clubs in the eastern United States, and the United States Curling Association, the national coordinating organization. The Club was formed in the winter of 1979, after Bill Miller convinced Nettie Marie Jones that, when she donated property to build a skating rink in Easton, a curling rink should be built alongside it.

In addition to its regular activities, the Chesapeake Curling Club hosts teams from across the country and Canada for tournaments or bonspiels, and members of our club regularly travel to other clubs in the U.S. and abroad to compete in curling events.

Our Board of Directors

Lorrie Needles, President

Sandy Bemis, Vice President

Bruce Larson, Treasurer

Sandy Frederick, Secretary

Dana Weisgerber, At Large

Denny McClain, At Large

Our Contact Information

Talbot County Community Center
10028 Ocean Gateway
Easton, Maryland 21601
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 753
Easton, Maryland 21601

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Chesapeake Curling Club

We curl in the Talbot County Community Center.

It’s right on Rt 50.