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CHICAGO CURLING CLUB

555 Dundee Road

Northbrook, Illinois 60062

(847) 564-9877

 

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Are you interested in curling or curious to watch a live curling game?  The members of the Chicago Curling Club welcome you to stop by our club to watch our league games and the weekend bonspiels (curling tournaments) we host.  
 
Our spectator area has plenty of seating for viewing the ice and is open to the public during evening league play, Monday - Friday, 6pm - 10 pm.  Additionally, the Chicago Curling Club hosts several bonspiels throughout the year on weekends. For dates of bonspiels and to sign up to learn how to curl at one of our Learn2Curl sessions, please visit the links on this web site. 

The Chicago Curling Club is also the home of the United States Curling Museum so feel free to browse curling artifacts and memorabilia.

We look forward to having you visit and learn about the sport that we love!

• No unaccompanied minors, please •
• Animals specifically trained to assist disabled persons only •  

 

The Chicago Curling Club, organized in 1948, recently celebrated our 60th anniversary.   We are a membership organization centered around curling.  The club is recognized as one of the finest curling facilities of its size, with four sheets of ice, locker rooms, a full-equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a large social area.

 

Curling at the Chicago Curling Club encourages skill development for beginning, intermediate, and advanced curlers.  There are men's, women's, mixed, senior, novice, and open events.   Generally, an event includes one game per week for a set number of weeks.   Many events are offered throughout the curling season;  in fact, full members of the club can curl almost every day or evening.   Curlers may also participate in "bonspiels," multi-game tournaments held throughout a curling season by all curling clubs, including Chicago.

 

It isn't just the sport that makes curling attractive.   After a game, curlers engage in the traditional "broomstacking," a period for socializing with teammates and opponents.   Beyond broomstacking, curlers at Chicago enjoy parties throughout the year, including a summer Cornspiel, golf outing, and the traditional celebrations marking the opening and closing of the curling season.

 

The curling season begins in October and ends in March, about the time that curlers are hoping to see those first flowers spring from the thawing soil!

 

As with all sports, it's the players that make the game, and the members of the Chicago Curling Club have created a warm and welcoming place where you can enjoy a competitive sport and make and expand friendships.

 

Apply to join the Chicago Curling Club today!