Learn To Curl

A Curling clinic is a great way to get your first exposure to the sport.

Our club offers beginners clinics several times throughout the season. We are also glad to schedule private clinics for corporate, school, non-profit, or family groups.

We have even hosted free clinics for Indianapolis Public School children in conjunction with Indy Parks.

The clinics include:

  • 30 minute video presentation and rules instruction
  • 1.5 to 2 hours of ice time
  • you’ll learn how to deliver the stone, how to sweep, and basic strategy
  • plus, you’ll play a 2 or 3 end game (as many as time allows)

Learn To Curl Clinics

Space is limited for these clinics (32 participants max).  Sign up now and reserve your spot.  Cost per person is $30.

Clinic Dates

Thank you to everyone who participated in one of our Learn to Curls in 2015/2016. We will be offering more clinics in the Fall/Winter. Please check back as we will update this space with dates and times once we have a Fall/Winter 2016/2017 schedule.

To attend a clinic, you must pay via the web site in advance! Please indicate your date/time preference and the number of people attending in the Notes section in PayPal.

If you have questions please email info@circlecitycurling.com.

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Private Clinics

Private clinics are a great team-building activity for businesses and social organizations. They include the same instruction as an open Learn to Curl clinic and 2 hours of ice time.

The fee for a private clinic is $1500 with a maximum of 32 participants.

To inquire about scheduling a private clinic, please send email to info@circlecitycurling.com.

Pay for your private clinic online via PayPal
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Dress warmly; be ready to move and stretch!

The temperature on the curling ice is much cooler than the average room temperature — typically between 35 – 45 degrees Fahrenheit — and due to the cooler temperatures, it is advisable to bring a sweater and gloves for the time you are on the ice. Loose fitting clothing is best for curling because there is a good deal of stretching and bending involved. For secure footing on the ice, bring shoes with rubber soles, such as walking or running shoes. Please carry your “on-ice curling” shoes into the rink to avoid bringing debris onto the ice.

Do I need bring my own equipment?

No. Circle City Curling Club provides half foot sliders, curling brooms, delivery stabilizers and, of course, curling stones and the ice. Just bring yourself.