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 (although we’ve had Canadian champs and even a World champion!) 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.
Sympathies are extended to longtime Club members Angus, Lorianne, and Megan Davies, as well as former member Tyler, on the passing of Angus' father Tom, who, along with Angus and other family members, operated the KFC franchises on Prince Edward Island for many years. KFC was also a Cornwall Curling Club sponsor until the PEI franchises were sold in 2017, sponsoring an icehouse sign, a league, and providing food for many events.
Peacefully at the Provincial Palliative Care Centre on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 of Tom Davies of Stratford, age 82. Son of the late Tom ...
The Cornwall Curling Club's 7th annual Masters Plus Bonspiel got underway this morning at 8:30, and continues Friday. Masters Plus teams include one player who is age 55 or older (the “Plus”), and three players who are age 60 and over. Cornwall Curlers are reminded that there is no Daytime curling on these two days. Thursday evening curling is ON. Everyone is invited to come down to the Club and watch the top-quality curling action! Many of the teams have curlers who have won both provincial and regional titles.
A warm welcome is extended to all 16 teams entered, representing ...
Here is the schedule for the PEPSI Saturday Morning U16 Development League here at the Cornwall Curling Club
All games/practice start at 10:00 am (unless otherwise noted)
(Bye or Practice)
Nov 30 (12:30 pm)
Easter vs Lenentine
Butler vs Dalton
No league due to off-Island event. Avail. for practice (call to book)
Lenentine vs Butler
Jack vs Easter
Dalton vs Easter
Lenentine vs Jack
Butler vs Jack
Dalton vs Lenentine
Jack vs Dalton
Easter vs Butler
Feb 22 Games TBD
No games due to U16 Provincials in Ch'town
March 7 Games TBD
All Games are scheduled for 8 ends in length with a start time of 10:00am, unless ...
At the Cornwall Curling Club we love all products with PEI roots! That’s why we proudly serve Matos wine as a part of our bar offerings! We thank them for this beautiful basket filled with homemade tomato jam (made by Heather Matos herself!), chocolates, a sweet little rooster corkscrew and more! This basket will be a part of our “Murphy’s Ice Queens Women’s Fun-Spiel” this Saturday! Thank you Matos!
Here are the teams, draw, and schedule for the Murphy's Ice Queens Women's Funspiel this Saturday November 23, here at the Cornwall Curling Club.
3 vs 12
4 vs 11
2 vs 1
5 vs 10
6 vs 9
7 vs 8
8 vs 6
1 vs 7
12 vs 2
9 vs 5
10 vs 4
11 vs 3
12 vs 1
5 vs 8
6 vs 7
2 vs 11
3 vs 10
4 vs 9
Here is the bonspiel information:
The annual Murphy’s Ice Queens Women’s ...
Cornwall's Lauren Ferguson rink, along with PEI's Suzanne Birt, and Amanda Power rinks, and the Jill Brothers foursome from Halifax which includes PEI’s Erin Carmody at third stone, are among 20 teams, from the 3 Maritime Provinces, Ontario, and Scotland, competing for their share of a $14,000 purse, November 22-24 at the Windsor Curling Club in Windsor NS at the annual Tim Hortons Spitfire Arms Women’s Cashspiel.
Charlottetown’s Team Birt made it to the final last year, losing to Moncton’s Sylvie Robichaud (now Quillian) rink, who are back looking to defend this year. Cornwall’s Team Ferguson, despite playing without their ...
It came down to an exciting finish for Sunday afternoon’s Junior Women’s final at the 13th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel, sponsored by Quality Inn, at the Silver Fox curling club in Summerside.
(Left to right) Organizer Sheila Compton, skip Katie Shaw, 3rd Alexis Burris, 2nd Meghan Sherren, lead Lexie Murray, Coach David Murphy
Katie Shaw and her Cornwall Curling Club team, three members of which were also on last year’s winning rink, were trailing 4-2 after eight ends of play in the ten end final, and scored a deuce in end nine to tie the game coming home ...
On behalf of the committee of the ‘7th Annual Masters Plus Bonspiel’ taking place on November 21st and 22nd here at the Club, we would like to thank those who offered their locker to our guests from out of town to use while they participate in this fantastic bonspiel.
Your generosity is appreciated!
With that said, just a gentle reminder~ we ask that you have your lock off your locker and your equipment and personal items removed by:
10:30pm Wednesday, November 20th 2019 so the curlers will be able to access them freely Thursday morning.
As a thank you, we are very happy to enter ...
The seventh annual Masters Plus bonspiel goes during the day this Thursday and Friday at our Club, with 16 teams, from all three Maritime provinces, competing. This event is well-known around the Maritimes for the great prizes from its many sponsors. Be sure you support these great businesses!
Anne of Green Gables Chocolates
Cornwall Quik Stop
COWS Ice Cream
D P Murphy Inc.
Denis Office Supplies
Fair Isle Ford
Garden Isle Computer
Island Abbey Foods
John’s Brew Shop
Kent Building Supplies
Leary’s Independent Grocer
Mary's Cornwall Bakery
Mitsubishi of PEI
Murphy's Cornwall Pharmacy
Peter MacNeill Automotive
Phillips Auto Sales
Please note that all daytime curling will be cancelled Thursday, Nov 21st and Friday, Nov 22nd as the ice will be used for the 7th annual Masters Plus tournament. This includes morning Drop-in, afternoon Stick Curling, and Junior Practice/Novice Instructional curling.
The Thursday evening league will go as scheduled. We hope to start on time but there is the possibility of a slight delay.
Daytime Curlers…If you are interested in re-rescheduling ice for Saturday November 30 (next, not this Sat.) from 10 am to 12noon, please let Lori know in the office or via email at email@example.com by Wednesday, November 21st at 5 ...
The Cornwall Curling Club is getting ready to host its 7th annual Masters Plus Bonspiel on Thursday November 21st and Friday November 22nd. Masters Plus teams include one player who is age 55 or older (the "Plus"), and three players who are age 60 and over.
A warm welcome is extended to all 16 teams entered, representing six different curling clubs from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Off-Island teams are from Antigonish, Sackville, Sackville/Moncton, Sussex/Thistle St. Andrews in Saint John, and the Heather club in St. Andrews. All Island teams are from Cornwall. Draws are 8:30 and ...
We are pleased to welcome curlers of all generations to our 10 am weekday morning drop-in sessions. Here's Grant Laird and his granddaughter Andrea after a recent morning drop-in game. Grant started curling around the age of 60 and has been curling for about 30 years! Grant will celebrate his 90th birthday this month and still attends drop-in at our club weekly!
As we all know, Grant is a charming gentleman, as well as a great sportsman, and a proud grandfather to 17 and great-grandfather to 21!
Click for another story we did on Grant last season.
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It was a very successful Sunday afternoon for Team Canada at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside, with the Summerside rinks winning three of their four games, and widening the Canadian lead over Team USA to 19 points (321 to 302) as the CanAm Cup of Curling wrapped up its PEI visit.
Team USA at the Silver Fox (Larry Richards photo)
The “tourists” now move on to New Brunswick for visits and competition at seven curling clubs, concluding the tour in Moncton on Thursday.
Follow their progress with results at http://bonspieler.com/
It came down to an exciting finish for this afternoon’s Junior Women’s final at the 13th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel, sponsored by Quality Inn, at the Silver Fox curling club in Summerside. Katie Shaw and her Cornwall Curling Club team, three members of which were also on last year’s winning rink, were trailing 4-2 after eight ends of play in the ten end final, and scored a deuce in end nine to tie the game coming home without last rock advantage against the Brooke Tracy foursome from the Gladstone Curling Club in Fredericton Junction NB, and then managed to ...
It was another successful morning for Team Canada, as the Can-Am men’s curling tour bus rolled into the Crapaud Community Curling Club, with the Crapaud teams winning two of the four games, and increasing the Canadian point lead from nine to ten points: 297 to 287. The final PEI stop before the teams head to New Brunswick for games tomorrow is this afternoon at the Silver Fox in Summerside. Live results at http://bonspieler.com/
It’s down to the 1 pm junior men’s and junior women’s finals at the 24 team 13th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel, sponsored by Quality Inn, at the Silver Fox in Summerside with teams from all four Atlantic Provinces, taking part.
The Katie Shaw foursome from the Cornwall Curling Club, which includes three members of last year’s winning Junior Women’s team, will have a chance for a repeat title, as they take on the Brooke Tracy foursome from the Gladstone Curling Club in Fredericton Junction NB. Shaw beat the Briana Batherson squad from Lower Sackville NS 9-5 in this morning’s ...
Round robin play wrapped up late on Saturday at the 13th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel, sponsored by Quality Inn, at the Silver Fox in Summerside with 12 junior women’s and an equal number of junior men’s teams, from all four Atlantic Provinces, taking part. Two Island rinks, the Katie Shaw foursome from here at the Cornwall Curling Club, which includes three members of last year’s winning Junior Women’s team, and the Junior Men’s team captained by Summerside’s Brayden Snow, from the Fox and the Charlottetown Curling Club, are among those advancing to the 9 am semi-final round. The ...
Thanks to everyone who helped out with today's visit from Team USA, including all the curlers, who did us proud and moved Team Canada back into the lead, organizer Peter Murdoch, President Bryan, Manager Lori, Tour organizer George Koke, and Etta Reid President Bryan, Ice Maker Brent Irving, Manager Lori, Tour organizer George Koke, Volunteer Coordinator Etta Reid, and Myrna, Angela and Gloria, who helped with the coffee, cookies, cinnamon rolls, and lunch!
Town of Cornwall Councillor Corey Frizzell dropped by to welcome our American visitors to the Town. As you know, the Town of Cornwall are our landlords ...
The score now sits at Team Canada 268, and Team USA 259 after the CanAm Cup of Curling stop at the Charlottetown Curling Club this afternoon, with the Canadians winning two games, one match resulting in a tie, and American Steven O’Connor making a beautiful double to score three in the eighth end for a one-point victory in the fourth game,
Craig Mackie photo: Team USA skip Steven O’Connor and his team at the Charlottetown Curling Club
The PEI tour continues at 9 am on Sunday with a stop at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, and wraps up at ...
Team Canada successfully recovered from their 3 point deficit after Friday play, by winning three out of their four games this morning at the Cornwall Curling Club, to pull ahead by four points and lead 238 to 234 going into afternoon play as the men's CanAm Cup of Curling continues its PEI tour. To quote Team USA, "Our point streak came to an end as we hit a (Corn)wall. Great folks and lunch though!".
Team Kneabone counting four behind a wall of guards
Highlights from this morning's action included Cornwall's Danny Kneabone foursome, down three points coming home, ...
It's official - the score sits at USA 212, Canada 209, going into today's games at Cornwall and Charlottetown as the CanAm Cup tour makes its way through PEI. On Friday afternoon the Americans split their games against Montague but garnered a few more points and moved into a slim lead. Curling fans are invited to Cornwall for 9 am game time and Charlottetown for 2 pm to watch the action. No admission charge.
If you can't make it, follow the results at http://bonspieler.com/
Day one is over at the 13th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel, sponsored by Quality Inn, at the Silver Fox in Summerside with 12 junior women’s and an equal number of junior men’s teams, from all four Atlantic Provinces, taking part.
Four teams, including the defending champion junior women’s team from the Cornwall Curling Club, now skipped by Katie Shaw, along with teams captained by Brooke Tracy from the Gladstone Curling Club in Fredericton Junction NB, Sophie Blades from Chester NS and Briana Batherson from Lower Sackville NS, who stole an extra end deuce to hand last year’s runner-up ...
Team Canada had a two-point lead after Thursday play in Nova Scotia at the Can-Am Cup of curling, as they rolled into Montague today. Unofficially, according to the scoring system, Team USA has pulled ahead by a 212 to 209 score, after they split their games against Montague on Friday.
EVERYONE (Club members and the general public) is invited to the Cornwall Curling Club on Saturday morning, to cheer four of our top Cornwall men's teams on to victory to ensure that Team Canada is ahead of the Americans after morning play!
The doors of the Cornwall Curling Club will swing ...
Opening draw is at 11:30 am on Friday in the 13th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel, sponsored by Quality Inn, with a full draw of 12 junior women’s and an equal number of junior men’s teams, from all four Atlantic Provinces, competing at the Silver Fox in Summerside. The junior men’s and women’s round-robin draws, with teams divided into two pools, will be done Friday, prior to event start. Live end-by-end results will be available at PEICurling.com. All round-robin draws on Friday and Saturday are eight ends, while the semi-finals at 9 am Sunday and the finals at 1 ...
We have 4 sheets of Jet Ice, a clubhouse 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.
We’re always looking for new members — stop by or check out our website, and find out why we should be your curling club!
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).
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.