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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.

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RCAF Assoc. holding 2nd annual golf tourney and draw in memory of former Club member Lew Black

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.

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Cornwall hosting both Maritime and Canadian 2 person stick ch'ships next season

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 ...

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AGM Highlights: Another successful season for the Cornwall Curling Club

Friday evening's Annual General Meeting highlighted another successful season here at the Cornwall Curling Club. Here's a summary. Financial 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 ...

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Cornwall's World Champion honoured!

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 ...

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Cornwall member receives Curling Canada Volunteer of the Year Finalist award

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 ...

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Final reminder of AGM this (Friday) evening, including proposed Bylaw Amendment, minutes from last AGM

Final reminder of AGM this (Friday) evening, including proposed Bylaw Amendment, minutes from last AGM

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 ...

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Cornwall member Lauren Ferguson wins April SCORE! of the Month honours from Score! Charlottetown

Cornwall member Lauren Ferguson wins April SCORE! of the Month honours from Score! Charlottetown

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)

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Cornwall juniors attend Future Elites

(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 ...

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Reminder of our annual Best Ball Golf Tourney on June 16 at Countryview

Reminder of our annual Best Ball Golf Tourney on June 16 at Countryview

This is a reminder to sign up for our annual nine-hole, Best Ball Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 16 at beautiful Countryview Golf Club, Route 19 in Fairview. You can sign up by contacting Gary O’Sullivan at bantamgary@gmail.com or 902-388-0592 or at our AGM this (Friday) evening. Teams will be balanced as much as possible to accommodate all experience levels (including none at all!). The best ball/scramble format makes it fun for everyone! Please include your phone number, and golf handicap (if you know what that is). The tournament is followed by lunch and prizes (very few go home empty-handed). Cost is $40 ...

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Reminder of AGM on Friday, including proposed Bylaw Amendment, minutes from last AGM

Reminder of AGM on Friday, including proposed Bylaw Amendment, minutes from last AGM

This is a reminder that the Cornwall Curling Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on 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 regulations of ...

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Notice of Proposed Bylaw Amendment (for AGM)

Notice of Proposed Bylaw Amendment (for 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 regulations of the Club and shall conduct themselves in a decorous manner at all times. To: 1.2.2 Members shall conform to the by-laws and regulations of the Club and shall conduct themselves in a decorous manner while in the club, on club grounds or at club events. ...

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2017 AGM Draft Minutes for approval at 2018 AGM

2017 AGM Draft Minutes for approval at 2018 AGM

Here are the minutes from last year's Annual General Meeting, for approval at this year's meeting on May 11. It would be appreciated if you would read them in advance of the meeting. Click to download/print PDF. (Hover over bottom line of minutes below for page menu)

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AGM Date (May 11) set

This is official notice that the Cornwall Curling Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on 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. We will send out more info as it becomes available.

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Veronica Smith team hosting Variety Show

Team Smith is hosting a variety show May 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the Kelly's Cross Community Centre Doors will open at 6:15 pm. Donation at the door.  There will be music, dancing, skits and lots of talent!    

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Cornwall's Lauren Lenentine, with Team Kaitlyn Jones, on Sportsnet this afternoon

Nova Scotia's world junior champions, Team Kaitlyn Jones, in their first Grand Slam event with new player Lauren Lenentine, are on Sportsnet at 3 pm Atlantic this afternoon, as they take on Team Sweeting.in the season finale Humpty's Champions Cup at the WinSport Arena in Calgary. Team Jones lost their opener to Switzerland's Team Tirinzoni and their second game to Winnipeg's Kerri Einarson team on Wednesday. Team Einarson is 2-0 after beating Sweeting in their opener. The Humpty’s Champions Cup features 15 men’s teams and 15 women’s teams that won events over the course of the season in order to qualify for ...

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Another great year for the Cornwall Curling Club!

Another season has wrapped up at the Cornwall Curling Club, with our U18 teams returning from their nationals in St. Andrews New Brunswick on the weekend. It's been another great year for our teams, players, and coaches with lots of championships and awards won, including our first member ever to be on a World Championship team! Here's a wrapup of the 2017-2018 season: World championships

Lauren Lenentine, left, accompanied Team Jones as an alternate at the world junior championships in early March and will play for the team fulltime in 2018. (Curling Canada)

After her provincial Junior win, Cornwall's Lauren Lenentine was ...

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Team Ferguson coach, skip win Mixed Doubles medals at Canadian U18 Ch'ships (Curling Canada)

The Mixed Doubles competition, for players who didn’t take part in the playoffs, wrapped up on Saturday at the Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in St. Andrews New Brunswick, with coach David Murphy and skip Lauren Ferguson from PEI's Team Ferguson winning gold and silver medals, respectively, while Lexie Murray of Team Ferguson was in the bronze medal game. Team Ferguson is from the Cornwall, Crapaud, and Charlottetown Curling Clubs.  

Photo (L-R): Murphy, Ferguson

In the gold medal-game, featuring a pair of mixed teams, the duo of Jaycee Terrick (Manitoba) and Braden Fleischhacker (Saskatchewan), with coach ...

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NS sweeps Gold at U18 Ch’ships, Lauren Ferguson’s coach wins Gold, she takes the Silver in Mixed Doubles (Curling Canada)

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — An already amazing season for Nova Scotia youth curling got even better on Saturday night at the W.C. O’Neill Arena Complex. Nova Scotia teams claimed both gold medals at the 2018 Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships — the second straight year one Member Association has swept both the girls and boys titles after Northern Ontario did it last year in Moncton. Those gold medals will nicely complement the gold medals captured by Kaitlyn Jones’s Halifax women’s team at the 2018 New Holland Canadian Junior Championships in Shawinigan, Que., and the 2018 World Junior Championships in Aberdeen Scotland.

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Team Schut lead Colin MacKenzie wins a Fairplay Award at Canadian U18 (Updated)

The Canadian Under 18 Boy’s and Girl’s Curling Championships wrap up today with the 6 pm Gold and Bronze medal games (Follow the action: ) in St. Andrew’s New Brunswick. Fair Play Awards, as recognized by the officials at the championships, were awarded for each of the 4 boy’s and girl’s playing positions plus coach, with Colin MacKenzie from PEI’s Team Mitchell Schut winning the boy’s award for the lead position. Here are the winners:   Fair Play Award boys winners (Right to Left): Skip – Ryan McNeil Lamswood, NL; Third – Adam Tracy, ...

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Reminder: Farewell Party for Danielle and Edmond this evening (April 14)

Danielle Girard and Edmond Richard have been Cornwall Curling Club members for a number of years, and are departing on a journey to forge new friendships in Québec. A farewell party (an informal "come and go" drop-in event) is being held this evening (Saturday, April 14th) beginning at 7 pm. The bar will be open and there will be light snacks/appetizers provided.  Come on out and wish them well!    

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PEI's Team Ferguson finishes with a pair of wins, just misses playoff round at U18 nationals (Curling Canada)

The round robin wrapped up on Thursday night, and sixteen teams – eight boys’, eight girls’ – will now move on to the Championship double-knockout round of the 2018 Canadian Under-18 Curling Championships in St. Andrews, N.B.

Team Ferguson vs. NWT (Livestream) 

[The PEI girl's team, skipped by Lauren Ferguson, finished round robin play with a 3 -3 record after wins over Team NWT and previously-undefeated Ontario on Thursday. They had the same record as BC, who got the last playoff berth in their pool, as they beat PEI 5-3 in their round robin encounter.  The Mitchell Schut-skipped PEI boy's ...

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Ferguson 1-3, Schut 0-4 at Canadian U18, Ferguson game on livestream at 10 am

The PEI teams each had a pair of close losses on Wednesday at the Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in St. Andrews New Brunswick, with Team Lauren Ferguson sitting at 1-3 win-loss, and Team Mitchell Schut at 0-4 going into the final day of round robin play. Ferguson lost to New Brunswick's Erica Cluff Wednesday afternoon in a conservatively-played game until the last two ends, with NB leading 4-2 after six. Ferguson then stole a triple to go ahead 5-4 coming home without hammer, but Cluff took four points in the final end for an 8-5 win ...

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PEI loses close games to tough teams at Canadian U18 Ch’ships on Tues. (Curling Canada)

All teams were in action on Tuesday at the 2018 Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in St. Andrews, N.B., with pool play underway to determine who will move on to the championship round later this week.

Alexis Burris from Team PEI. (Finley Fotography photo)

On the women’s side, Ontario and Saskatchewan continue undefeated, while B.C.’s Jaelyn Cotter notched her first win of the round robin, a 5-3 victory over PEI’s Lauren Ferguson. [Ferguson has only one game today, at 6 pm against Saskatchewan, but has three matches on Thurdsay]. Ontario’s Madelyn Warriner, of Listowel, Ont., held off a late ...

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Reds dominate with repeat win at Your Independent Grocer Closing Spiel

Reds dominate with repeat win at Your Independent Grocer Closing Spiel

Well, another closing spiel has wrapped up, The Leary’s Independent Grocer Red vs. Blue Spiel came to an end on Saturday with a victory for the Red team!  Using the Skins format again this year, the Friday night draw ended with the Red Team ahead by only a small margin.  The Red Team overtook the Blue team in the end, walking away with $281,000 and that left the Blue team with $227,000. Throughout the weekend there were a few ways to earn bonus points. Friday night trivia was had and the Reds won, winning an extra $2000 for their Team. Saturday morning a game of Left, Right Centre ...

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We have recently-reconditioned rocks, 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 2017-2018

 Murphy’s Pharmacy Ladies Spiel: Nov. 17 & 18

 Masters Plus: Nov. 23 & 24

 Mixed Doubles: Nov. 25

Desjardins Stick Tournament: Dec. 2

Curling 101: Dec. 16

 Curl PEI Tankard and Scotties: Jan. 4-7 (plus banquet on the 3rd)

 Kenmac Spiel: Jan. 19 & 20 (Revised dates)

 Club Travelers: Feb.23-26

 Curl PEI U13 Mar. 16-18

 Closing Spiel: Apr. 6 & 7

Annual General Meeting: May 11

Golf Tourney: June 16

Other Curling Events (from PEICurling.com)

Brochure

Here’s a PDF copy of our Club Brochure, so you can keep our information at hand. Feel free to print copies out and give them out to your friends, too!

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Besides this website, which is designed to also work with your mobile devices (smartphones and tablets), you can also keep in touch with us on social media – click on the buttons at the upper right to connect with us via Twitter, Email, Facebook or RSS.  Our Club also has free wifi (ask at the bar for the password).

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Our curling facility gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Curling Canada, through its Curling Development Fund.


Notre installation de curling témoigne avec gratitude à Curling Canada sa reconnaissance du soutien financier accordé par l’intermédiare du Fonds de développement du curling.