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External Events


Cumberland Curling Club posts the events received from local, regional, or other clubs as a courtesy to our fellow clubs, and to inform our membership. 

OVCA Event Listing

Check out their event list webpage (link here) for more information


CurlON Bonspiels & Competition Summary

Click here for the list of Bonspiels located around Ontario

Click here for Competitions

Huntley Spiel at Huntley Curling Club - Jan 26-28, 2024


More information available on their flyer, located at this link:


63rd Southern Ontario Firefighters Bonspiel January 19th – 21st, 2024
Sarnia Golf & Curling Club

“A” Event winners represent SOFFCA at the 63rd Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship

ALL curlers must be Fire Service personnel**, active or retired.

ENTRY FEE $500 per rink* (Includes $10 per person S.O.F.F.C.A membership)

Note: Team members do not have to be from the same Fire Department Teams with less than 3 players who have participated in previous playdowns- only $400


Share Your Thoughts: Curling Clubs & Pickleball

Total Sport Solutions is conducting research to gain insights into the off-season habits of curlers, and they need the help of passionate curlers like you! If you can spare a couple of minutes, complete this quick survey and share your off-season habits and preferences.


Two spiels at Rideau Curling Club in 2024


Single Day Open Points Spiel - Feb 17 (registration form)

Men's Classic - Jan 19-21 (Men's Classic Rideau CC registration form)

Karol Bilyji Memorial Island Bonpsiel: March 11-15, 2024

Senior Open Bonspiel ( Men 55+/women 50+ )
Manotick Curling Club
The membership of the Manotick Curling Club is excited to revive the highly successful Karol Bilyji Memorial Bonspiel.  We will provide you with further details in the late summer early fall period.

The Stones of Ailsa Craig book is now available

The Stones of Ailsa Craig is now available at https://www.davidflorig.com/shop
The Stones of Ailsa Craig is a work of historical fiction, set in 1890s Scotland and present-day Belfast, Maine. It is a mystery, of sorts, centered around the 60 million-year-old island of Ailsa Craig in Scotland (home to the finest curling stone granite in the world) and the ancient Scottish sport of curling. Sometimes dark, sometimes light, the novel is full of curling history and anecdotes, Scottish history, and Maine history. It explores themes of obsession, vengeance, and justice.
The Stones of Ailsa Craig is David S. Florig's debut novel, following the 2022 release of A Life of Dates, a pandemic-inspired, self-indulgent memoir about growing up in South Jersey and retiring to Maine. 


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Cumberland Curling Club has brought together local residents to enjoy curling since 1946 - over 75 years!

Our two-sheet rink typically welcomes around 150 members per season from Cumberland, Rockland, Orleans, and surrounding areas. Learn-to-Curl is a popular program for introduction to the sport. We also regularly host private events.

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