Welcome to the Cornwall Curling Club, located in Cornwall, Prince Edward Island, Canada! Curling is great exercise and a lot of fun! Our club emphasizes the social and recreational aspects of the game and welcomes both new and experienced curlers. Check out the Info section of our website, or call, email or drop in to see what we have to offer, and why we should be your curling club. Note that we have members from all around Queens County, not just the Town of Cornwall, and boast more members than any other PEI curling facility.
Here is the Championship Event Schedule for the 2018-2019 season, including Curl PEI provincial curling events (in white), Curling Canada national championship events (in light blue), and events put on by independent organizations (in green).
The Cornwall Curling Club will have a busy championship season, hosting the provincial Canada Winter Games Curling Selection Finals, and the provincial Under 18 Ch'ships, in addition to the Maritime and Canadian 2 Person Stick Curling Championships.
Nov. 5-10, 2018
Fort Rouge CC
Nov. 19-24, 2018
Dec. 7-9, 2018
Dec. 27-31, 2018
Jan. 9-15, 2019
Western Comm. CC
Jan. 19-27, 2019
PRINCE ALBERT, SK
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The Cornwall Curling Club, along with Curl PEI, will conduct a ten-week Learn to Curl Program on Tuesday afternoons from 12:30-2:30. This is an excellent instructional program for beginner or novice curlers wishing to learn all aspects of the game in a fun and non-intimidating class. The program is planned to start on Tuesday 23 October. The primary target audience is Seniors --however, spaces will be available to any adult available on Tuesday afternoons. Ten weeks of instructions will cost $100.00. Watch for more information and/or contact the Cornwall Curling Club to sign up!
Club Members: if you know of someone who would like to try curling, invite them to our free curling school and demonstration on the evenings of October 15th, 16th and 17th! For each new adult curler that you helped to join our Club, you will receive a $20 gift certificate for use at the Club!
Our Commercial League is a great way to get together with your co-workers (outside of work) or friends on a weekly basis. It runs Monday nights from 8:30-10:30. Price is $882.25 (HST
and PEICA Fee included) for the team for the season. The curlers can change from week to week if you want, so you can rotate many curlers and handle work travel and vacations, too! Contact your employer to put in a team, or have your co-workers or friends all chip in!
This is a fun league for all ages and any combination of male and/or female curlers. The bar will, of course, ...
The Cornwall Curling Club is currently in a limited operational mode as we prepare for full opening on October 15th, with our Manager Bev McCormick busy getting our new online registration system and other things in order. Our Pro Shop, which we believe is PEI's largest and best curling supply store, will be getting stocked over the next few weeks, with many items available after a big order of our top-selling Hardline Curling line arrives the week of Oct. 1, with the Pro Shop fully stocked by October 15th. Other brands we carry include Balance Plus, Acacia, Tournament, and (limited) ...
From Little Rocks to Seniors, the Cornwall Curling Club has a curling draw for everyone. League curling gets underway on October 21.
New this year is our league for the Olympic sport of Mixed Doubles, scheduled for Sunday evening from 6:30 to 8.
Little Rocks (age 6-7) 1:00-2:00
Novice (age 8-12) 2:00-3:00
Members Practice 3:00-6:00 (please reserve in advance)
New Mixed Doubles League 6:30-8:00
MONDAY – FRIDAY
Daytime Drop-In 10:00 am - 12:00 noon. This is a great social atmosphere for those who would like to curl during the morning hours. It is a single entry draw with teams being made ...
There’s been a lot of interest in two person per team curling recently, especially with Canada winning an Olympic Gold Medal in the relatively new sport of Mixed Doubles. The Cornwall Curling Club has been playing 2-person curling for years, with their popular Stick Curling league. With stick curling, rock delivery is done from a standing position, with a "delivery stick" as opposed to bending down to deliver from an ice-level "hack".
The Cornwall Curling Club will be hosting both the Maritime and the Canadian 2 person stick curling championships this season, with the Maritime, which ...
We are happy to announce that our 2018-2019 membership rates are unchanged from last season!
Curling is a very reasonably-priced sport – curl one night all season for about the same price as two rounds of golf at a high-end course.
If you are comparing rates with other facilities, we want you to know the following:
ALL our adult memberships, including one draw per week, give you the opportunity to play in members-only tournaments and compete in provincial championships (entry fees are additional). You may also book practice time on Sundays, or when ice is available, and spare in any league without ...
The members of the Board of Directors of the Cornwall Curling Club, as approved at the Annual General Meeting in the spring, met over the summer and determined their positions and responsibilities on the Board. Gary O'Sullivan will be returning for a second consecutive term as President.
Photo (L-R): Kellie-Lynn Younker, Gary O'Sullivan, Jean Sinclair
The new list of Board members and their responsibilities is as follows:
President – Gary O’Sullivan
Vice President – Bryan Sutherland
Secretary – Kellie-Lynn Younker
Finance – Jean Sinclair
Memberships and Draws – Myrna Sanderson
Bonspiels and Socials – Laurie Kelly and Lacey Gallant
Here is a list of bonspiels and championship events coming at our Club this season. As always, dates are subject to change. We will have more details on each of them as they approach.
The Mixed Doubles event is a Club cashspiel and draws a full complement of 16 teams every year. Click for last year's wrapup.
The US Ladies Tour and the Schmirler Charity tourney are new - more info later!
The Masters Plus event attracts curlers from around the Maritimes, with a format that has three players age 60 and over and 1 player who is at least 55. ...
It's almost time to curl here at the Cornwall Curling Club! We welcome new members, from those who have never curled before, to experienced curlers who are looking to join our vibrant Club here in our modern facility at the Cornwall Civic Centre. We welcome members from all over PEI, not just from the Cornwall area, and, although we emphasize the recreational aspects of curling, have also had teams and curlers who have won Provincial, Canadian, and even World titles.
Curling starts Oct. 15
Icemaking will begin on the 1st of October, with ice available for use on Monday, October 15. ...
SAINT JOHN, N.B. – The P.E.I. 55+ Games Society recently sent a contingent of 90 participants to the 2018 Canada 55+ Games in Saint John, N.B.
The Games are a biennial event encompassing more than 20 events ranging from very active sports like hockey and tennis to more sedentary competitions like Scrabble and bridge. P.E.I. was represented in hockey, curling, swimming, track and field, cycling, bowling, golf, bocce, and Scrabble.
The Cornwall Curling Club rink of Gloria Clarke, Ruth Stavert, Elaine Hughes, and Janette Fraser won the 65-plus women's curling division while the 55-plus men’s rink of Philip McInnis, Pius McInnis, ...
On an annual basis, Sport PEI awards three student-athlete scholarships valued at $1000. The criteria used to select the recipients includes achievements in sport, the classroom and their communities.
This year, the scholarships were made possible thanks to donations from Sport Centre Physiotherapy, Gemini Screen Printing & Embroidery, and Discount Car & Truck Rental. The 2018 Sport PEI Scholarship recipients are Lauren Lenentine (Bluefield), Emma Jinks (Charlottetown Rural), and Chris McQuaid (Colonel Gray).
Each of the student-athletes has excelled in the classroom, their sport, and their community. In addition to the three Sport PEI recipients, Ethan Boyd, of Three Oaks Senior High ...
Cornwall's Lauren Lenentine is one of this year's "SPIRIT OF SANDRA" scholarship winners. Previous winners have included Brooks Roche (2015) from Montague, and Veronica Smith (2014) from Cornwall.
For the sixth consecutive year, the Sandra Schmirler Foundation has awarded six $5,000 scholarships to junior curlers pursuing their competitive curling dreams while continuing their post-secondary education. Scholars will be mentored by well-known champion curlers, Cathy Overton-Clapham and Pat Simmons.
"The selection process for this scholarship is rigorous and competitive. Each of our scholars excels both athletically and academically. And, they are all engaged with their communities and committed to giving back to curling ...
The Trustees of the Joyce Myers Trust Fund, established under Curl Atlantic from profits from the 2003 Brier and the 2005 Roar of the Rings curling events in Atlantic Canada, have selected the 2018 recipients of its $500 Student/Athlete Scholarships. This was the final year for the scholarships as the Trust Fund is now depleted.
Photo: Breanne Burgoyne (left) and Lauren Lenentine
The successful PEI applicants were Breanne Burgoyne and Lauren Lenentine from the Cornwall Curling Club, and Alex Gallant and Alex MacFadyen from the Silver Fox in Summerside. Burgoyne and MacFadyen were also awarded scholarships in 2017.
The other recipients are:
Ryan McNeil ...
Thanks to everyone who helped out at our annual lobster / steak dinner catering event for the PEI Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association on Thursday. Everything went very well! Click on a photo to enlarge.
The Royal Canadian Air Force Association's first Golf Day and barbecue for summer 2018 will be held on Monday 25 June 2018. This day will be the second annual Lew Black Memorial Golf Day in memory of former President of 201 (Confederation) Wing Lew Black, who passed away on June 6, 2016.
Lew was also a very well-liked member of the Cornwall Curling Club, and was a member of its Board of Directors. A special invitation is extended to Club members who would like to take part in this RCAF Assoc. tourney.
There's been a lot of interest in doubles curling recently, especially with Canada winning an Olympic Gold Medal in Mixed Doubles. Here at the Cornwall Curling Club, we've been playing 2-person curling for years, with our very popular Stick Curling league. And we're good at it too, having won lots of Maritime stick championships, as well as the Canadian title (both divisions), on home ice, when we hosted the Canadian Championship, back in 2013.
As you may have heard at our Annual General Meeting on Friday, both the Maritime and the Canadian 2 person stick curling championships are returning ...
Friday evening's Annual General Meeting highlighted another successful season here at the Cornwall Curling Club. Here's a summary.
The Club continues to be in great financial shape, with a small dues increase and an increase of over $7000 in Pro Shop sales giving the Club a net profit of $5,625, offsetting last year's loss of $4234 despite increases in salaries due to cost of living and to an increase in the provincial minimum wage. 50X50 profits were double last year's, and our hosting of the Scotties/Tankard brought in $2270 in admission revenues.. The Club will be starting next season with ...
In a presentation just before Friday's Cornwall Curling Club Annual General Meeting, club member Lauren Lenentine, who was a member of this year's World Junior Women's Curling Championship team skipped by Halifax's Kaitlyn Jones, was honoured with the unveiling of a shadow box containing her team jersey, which will hang proudly in our Club.
Photo (L-R): Cornwall Curling Club President Gary O'Sullivan, Lauren Lenentine
As everyone knows by now, Lauren has been invited to be a regular member of Team Jones, and will attend Dalhousie University in the fall. We wish her well in her studies and in her ...
Cornwall Curling Club member Derek MacEwen was selected as a national finalist for Curling Canada's Volunteer of the Year award for the 2017-2018 season. He was presented with a personalized Curling Canada jacket just prior to Cornwall's Annual General Meeting on Friday evening. MacEwen was nominated by the Cornwall Curling Club, Curl PEI, and the PEI Curling Hall of Fame and Museum for the work he has done with each organization, beginning with creating the Cornwall Curling Club's website in 1999, followed by the Curl PEI website and results system in 2001, as well as writing hundreds of curling news items and ...
This is a final reminder that the Cornwall Curling Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place this evening (Friday May 11th 2018) at 7 pm at the Club, preceded by a half-hour social at 6:30 pm. All Club members are urged to attend the AGM.
It is proposed to make the following amendment to Bylaw 1.2.2 in order to clarify the expectations of conduct of club members and provide a complaint and resolution process. This will require Members’ approval at the Annual General Meeting on May 11.
By-Law 1.2.2 would be changed from:
1.2.2 Members shall conform to the by-laws and ...
The April SCORE! of the Month winner from Score! Charlottetown is curler Lauren Ferguson. She had a busy month curling at the Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship in Alberta with Calvin Smith. returning home to then curl in the Canadian Under 18 Curling Championship in St. Andrews, NB. After round robin play, Lauren paired up with Troy Chong from BC to win silver in the U18 mixed doubles event.
Left to Right: 2018 Canadian U18 Championship mixed doubles silver medallists: Troy Chong (BC), Lauren Ferguson (PEI), David Trickett (NL)
(Sport PEI) Thirty-four athletes from across the province, from different sports and different ages, and including an impressive number of curlers, many from the Cornwall Curling Club, attended Sport PEI’s seventh Future Elites event. The athletes all have one goal: get to the next level.
Future Elites. Curlers are mainly in the left half of the photo.
The group started off the day with Meagan Ferguson from Mind Matters, and looked at getting in the
zone. This was followed by fitness testing similar to “RBC Training Ground”. This group really stepped up to the plate and broke three of Synergy’s testing records.
Before lunch, the ...
We have 4 sheets of Jet Ice, a club house and ice plant (with backup power generator) that were completely replaced in the 2010/2011 season, an Ice King scraper bought new in 2012, ice-house heating and dehumidification, and are wheelchair accessible right down to the ice surface. We have a well-stocked Pro Shop and bar, and access to upstairs banquet facilities.
Major Event Dates for 2018-2019 Season
Mixed Doubles: 3 November
US Ladies Tour and Lunch 6 November
Sandra Schmirler Charity Tournament 16-17 November
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