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Curling Clubs of Toronto and Surrounding Area

Royal Canadian Curling Club

Originally founded in 1891 and known as Royal Canadian Bicycle Club, today Royal Canadian Curling Club is 100% committed to sport and curling. Back then Royal Canadian Curling Club was one of the first in the city to organize mixed curling and support women curlers. Today it is open for everyone who loves curling.

As stated on their website, hockey, skating and curling competed for ice time at the Royals until 1953 when the six ice sheets were devoted exclusively to curling.

131 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON M4M 2E9 (View Map)

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East York Curling Club

East York Curling Club is owned by the City of Toronto and operated by a non-for-profit organization. Right in the center of the sports hub of East York you can find one of the best places for curling. East York Curling Club is known for its friendly staff, members and social and competitive curling experience.

According to their website, the club has six sheets of curling ice with leagues operating throughout the day and night during the week. They have many different leagues for social & developing beginners, intermediate and competitive curlers.

901 Cosburn Ave, East York, ON M4C 2W7 (View Map)

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Unionville Curling Club

Unionville Curling Club is a private club in Toronto. It is operated by an elected Board of Directors and represents a group of people dedicated to the Sport of Curling. Founded in 1919 today it has grown to one of Ontario’s most respected and popular curling clubs.

As stated on their website, situated in the heart of the village of Unionville, it serves curlers from the surrounding area as well as Metro Toronto. The Unionville Curling Club is an active member of the Canadian Curling Association, Ontario Curling Association and the Toronto Curling Association.

257 Carlton Rd, Unionville, ON L3R 2A3 (View Map)

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Leaside Curling Club

Leaside Curling Club is run in partnership with the City of Toronto and offers eight sheets of curling ice, a lounge, bar, pro shop and change rooms. Their facilities are wheelchair accessible and open from September to April. It is perfect for curlers of all ages and abilities. Moreover Leaside Curling Club is the province’s largest curling club.

As stated on their website, the club pro is John Epping, who is top-ranked on the World Curling Tour. He can be booked for individual or team lessons. For non-members, club and ice rental, bonspiels and learn to curl programming are available throughout the season.

1075 Millwood Rd, Toronto, ON M4G 1X6 (View Map)

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Humber Seniors Curling Clubt

New members are always welcome at the Humber Seniors Curling Club. It is a unique place for men and women, 50’s and older who want to try curling. Friendly atmosphere, great experience you can find at the Humber Seniors Curling Club in Toronto.

As stated on the website, men and women can join at any time and no prior experience in curling is needed. Bring your enthusiasm and you will feel right at home. Humber Seniors is a member club in Zone 8 of the Ontario Curling Association.

1668 Islington Ave, Toronto, ON M9A 3M9 (View Map)

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