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.
It has been decided by the organizing committee and drawmaster of the 2020 Kenmac Bonspiel, along with the management team of the Cornwall Curling Club, that the current weather conditions will impede our ability to move forward with the three evening draws scheduled for this evening, Friday January 17th.
The weather and road conditions are just too unpredictable, with some roads being deemed unsafe to drive by local RCMP.
Therefore we have cancelled these 3 draws : 4:45pm, 6:16pm, and 8pm.
It was considered that we would try to re-schedule them , however many participants have plans throughout the weekend that would ...
Congratulations to Cornwall Curling Club member Lauren Ferguson who earned her External Sport Credit this week! Good luck at Nationals!
Left to right: Lauren Ferguson, Maribeth Rogers-Neale with the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, and Amy Duncan, Executive Director of Curl PEI
The External Sport Credit Program (ESCP) gives eligible student-athletes the opportunity to earn graduation credits in grades 10, 11 and 12. While described as a sport credit, it is an educational credit and therefore, learning is emphasized throughout the entire process of becoming a high-performance athlete. Click for more info on the External Sport Credit Program.
As you know, blowing snow is currently affecting visibility.
Environment Canada is calling for winds to diminish from north 50 km/h gusting to 80 to northwest 40 gusting to 70 later this afternoon. We will assess the weather situation at that time.
We will send out an announcement via our website, email, Facebook, Twitter, answering machine by 3:30 pm today as to whether or not Friday evening’s Kenmac Bonspiel draws will proceed or be re-scheduled.
Club Manager, Cornwall Curling Club
Best of luck to Cornwall's first-ever team at the national men's curling championship, as they prepare to compete in the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier, Feb. 29 to March 8, 2020 at Leon’s Centre in Kingston Ontario! Club President Bryan Sutherland extended his best wishes to Team Cochrane on behalf of the Club, and presented them with a donation on behalf of our membership.
(L-R): Skip Bryan Cochrane, third Ian MacAulay, Club President Bryan Sutherland, lead Mark O'Rourke, second Morgan Currie
There's LOTS of experience on this team, as Bryan, Ian, and Morgan are reigning World Senior champs, while Mark ...
Canada’s best Under-21 curlers are headed to Beautiful B.C. this week to take part in the 2020 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships.
The 2020 New Holland Canadian Juniors will begin Saturday and run through to Jan. 26 at the George Preston Recreation Centre in Langley, B.C.
And there will be no shortage of intriguing storylines as Canada’s future stars battle for the right to represent Canada at the 2020 World Junior Curling Championships, Feb. 15-22 in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
Karlee Burgess will be playing to win her unprecedented third Canadian Junior Women’s Curling Championship, beginning Saturday in Langley, B.C. (Photo, ...
The 2020 PEI Masters Curling Championships, with men's and women's divisions for curlers age 60 and over, take place from January 24-28 at the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside, with five men's and three women's rinks taking part. Defending champs are the Sandy Hope rink from here at the Cornwall Curling Club, and the Lou Nowlan foursome from the Silver Fox, and both are back looking to defend their titles. Other men's teams include the Paul Arsenault and Bill Hope squads from here in Cornwall, the Blair Jay team from the host club, and the Clair Sweet squad from ...
(from Lori, on behalf of the Club!)
A great BIG thank you to this lovely lady, Cornwall Curling Club's own Myrna
Myrna is a tremendous member here at the curling club and always ready to
We are so grateful for Myrna's support, as we are for all of our volunteers!
This past weekend, during our First Annual Cornwall Cup Stick Tournament,
there were rave reviews about Myrna's hearty, homemade chili that our curlers
Thank you Myrna!
Here are the team rosters for the Kenmac Energy Mixed Funspiel this weekend.
Donna Pound Bernard
Here is the draw for the Kenmac Energy Mixed Funspiel this weekend.
(drag to see all 4 sheets of ice on small screens)
Things are getting exciting here at the Cornwall Curling Club as we begin preparations for the “Annual Kenmac Bonspiel this weekend!
Our draw should be posted tomorrow!
A big thank you to Kenmac Energy for their on-going commitment to this community tradition and legendary event!
Kenmac Energy exemplifies community engagement and their support for active community living is truly appreciated!
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Thanks, Kenmac for your personalized commitment to the communities in which you work and live!
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Our annual daytime curlers exchange with the Charlottetown Curling Club is an "away" tournament for us this year. and gets underway with the first draw at 9 am on Tuesday Feb. 11 in Charlottetown with teams made up that combine curlers from both clubs. The $5 price to play includes both curling and lunch! Entry is limited to 40 people, so sign up at the Club as soon as you can before the deadline of February 5th. Please play Lori in the office.
Today we were very excited to formally congratulate Cornwall's own Gloria
Clarke, Ruth Stavert, Elaine Hughes, and Janette Fraser for being Gold
Medallists in the Women's Curling 65+ Division at the 2018 Canada 55+ Games in Saint John NB!
Curlers are reminded of the following Curl PEI provincial championship entry deadlines for the remainder of January. All entries must be made online at PEICurling.com.
PEI FERGUSON-LOGAN MONTAGUE STICK CURLING CH’SHIPS
Location: Maple Leaf CC
Date: February 4-6, 2020
Entry Deadline: January 14, 2020
Entry Fee: $75
PEI MIXED DOUBLES CURLING CH’SHIPS
Location: Silver Fox CC
Date: February 7-10, 2020
Entry Deadline: January 17, 2020
Entry Fee: $90
PEI SENIORS CURLING CH’SHIPS
Location: Cornwall CC
Date: February 14-18, 2020
Entry Deadline: January 24, 2020
Entry Fee: $200+Participant Fee
PEI MIXED CURLING CH’SHIP
Location: Maple Leaf CC
Date: February 21-25, 2020
Entry Deadline: January 31, 2020
Entry Fee: $200+Participant Fee
Morgan Currie and Ian MacAulay are P.E.I. Tankard champs.
The Island-born Ontario residents were part of the winning Bryan Cochrane rink that ran the table at the modified triple-knockout championship at the Montague Curling Rink.
The Bryan Cochrane rink won the P.E.I. Tankard Saturday at the Montague Curling Rink. From left are Scott Annear, president of the Montague Curling Rink; lead Mark O’Rourke, second Morgan Currie, third Ian MacAulay, skip Bryan Cochrane and Curl P.E.I. president Sandy Matheson. – Curl Prince Edward Island
“It’s a dream come true, not only for me but also my friend Ian MacAulay,” Currie said ...
We've decided that, due to the very poor road conditions (the Cornwall Road itself is quite bad right now) from ice pellets that have fallen so far, and the forecast for ice pellets and/or snow into the evening, that we will have to cancel for this evening. This includes both the Sunday evening Mixed Doubles League and our ice rentals (as well as the afternoon curling mentioned previously).
The Suzanne Birt rink, playing out of the host Montague Curling Rink this season, scored five points in the sixth end and stole a single in the seventh to defeat the Veronica Smith team from the Summerside Silver Fox club 8-1 in seven ends on Sunday morning to repeat as PEI Scotties champions.
Due to freezing rain and ice pellets that are affecting road conditions, plus a snowfall warning, the following curling is CANCELLED this afternoon (January 12th 2020):
1 pm Little Rockers
2 pm Novice
3 pm-6pm Members’ Practice
We will make an announcement about evening curling, including our Sunday Night Mixed Doubles League and any rentals, by 2 pm today. Please watch for notifications!
The Bryan Cochrane rink from the Cornwall Curling Club made it a complete sweep Saturday evening at the Montague Curling Rink, winning the “C” final of the modified triple knockout draw by a 7-4 score over the Philip Gorveatt team from the Charlottetown Curling Club to take the Tankard PEI Men’s title without needing to play the Sunday championship round.
(L-R): Scott Annear (President of the Montague Curling Rink), Mark O’Rourke, Morgan Currie, Ian MacAulay, Bryan Cochrane, Sandy Matheson (President of Curl PEI)
The Eddie MacKenzie rink, who played in two of the three section finals, would be the ...
There are three games left in the schedule for the PEI Tankard at the Montague Curling Rink, but a win in any one of them — the 7 pm “C” final, or the 9 am or 2 pm Sunday championship round games, will give the men’s championship title to Bryan Cochrane and his Cornwall Curling Club rink, who remain undefeated after an 8-1 win over their Cornwall clubmates the Mitchell Schut team this afternoon in the “C” semi-final. Cochrane and his team will take on the Phil Gorveatt foursome from Charlottetown, who beat the Eddie MacKenzie team 7-6 in an ...
Due to the forecasted inclement weather for Sunday January 12th, we have decided to postpone Sunday's Pepsi Junior Development League until January 25, directly following the 10 am draw that is already scheduled for that day. As we have teams travelling from various parts of the Island, we wanted to provide adequate notice for tomorrow.
Decisions on Sunday afternoon Little Rockers and Novice instruction, Member Practice, the Mixed Doubles league, and rentals will be made on Sunday.
The team of Gloria Clarke and Ruth Stavert beat the duo of Paul Arsenault and Roddie MacLean to win the 1st annual Cornwall Cup stick tournament today here at the Cornwall Curling
Thanks to all 16 teams who participated, including five from other clubs, to Doug Campbell and Etta Reid for organizing, to Gary O'Sullivan and Carol Sweetapple for volunteering their time, and to Myrna Sanderson for volunteering her cooking talents!
Ruth Stavert (left) and Gloria Clarke
(L-R): Etta Reid, Paul Arsenault, Roddie MacLean, Doug Campbell
Cornwall's Mitchell Schut junior rink won the first of what is now two "Battles of Cornwall" today at the Tankard Provincial Men's Curling Championship at the Montague Curling Rink, and will face Cornwall's Bryan Cochrane team at in the "C" semi-finals at 2 pm, with the winner advancing to the "C" final at 7 pm.
Schut beat clubmate Steve vanOuwerkerk 7-2 this morning, after blanking the first three ends, taking a single in the fourth and stealing a deuce in five and singles in six and seven before vanOuwerkerk got on the scoreboard with a deuce in ...
The first “First Annual Cornwall Cup Stick Curling Tournament is wrapping up this morning here at the Club, with Team Chowan/Allen taking on Team Arsenault/MacLean, and Team Clarey/Dunsford facing Team Stavert/Clarke in the semi-finals.
The final will start between 11:15 and 11:30 ... Come on out and watch!
A big thank you to event organizers Doug Campbell and Etta Reid!
The “B” section finals of the modified triple knockout format Scotties provincial women’s and Tankard provincial men’s championships took place at the Montague Curling Rink on Friday evening, and featured the same teams that squared off in the “A” section.
Veronica Smith delivers a rock while Emily Gray prepares to sweep
Team Birt members Marie Christianson, Meaghan Hughes, Michelle McQuaid, watched by Team Smith member Whitney Jenkins
The Scotties “B” final was again a very close contest, but the Veronica Smith rink from the Silver Fox in Summerside came out the victors this time, edging ten-time PEI ...
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.