To The Chesapeake Curling Club
2021/22 Season Update
Greetings Chesapeake Curling Club Family and Friends!
Plans are underway for the reopening of the club and we’re exciting to get back to the sport we all love. Check back for more information as we finalize the details.
Members – Be sure to check your email for the membership registration form and updated news from the Board, or click the registration link below.
Yours in curling,
The Chesapeake Curling Club Board
2021/22 Learn to Curl sessions return
Check back soon for our 2021/22 dates.
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!
Congrats to Funspiel 2020 The Amazing Raise winners Team Stayer from the Bucks County Curling Club.
SOLD OUT! Registration for the 2020 Delmarvalous Doubles Bonspiel is now full! Feb 28 - Mar 1, 2020 $150 Team Fee Four Game Minimum Heavy hors d’oeuvres on Friday, continental breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday, and brunch on Sunday.
On February 25, the Chesapeake Curling Club hosted the sports podcasts Section 336 and Glenn Clark Radio for a Learn to Curl session and a 6 end competitive game. The stakes were high, with the losing team forced to eat a head of iceburg lettuce (like an...
Excuse the dust as we tidy up around here.