Curling Leagues

The Huntley Curling Club is proud to offer a wide variety of leagues for all types of curlers. Regular league play begins Monday, October 2, 2023.

If you are looking to join our club and need help finding a team, please fill in the Looking for a Team form. If you are looking for team members, check the Looking for a Team List.

Browse the pages in this section to find your fit! This is our Overall League Schedule.

MorningOpen; Fixed TeamsOpen; Drawn TeamsOttawa Valley Senior LeaguesOpen; Drawn TeamsDoubles; Stick CurlingYouth U15/U18 Instruction
AfternoonOpen; Drawn TeamsOpen; Fixed TeamsMixed Doubles; Fixed TeamsYouth U13 Instruction Youth Learn to Curl
TwilightOpen; Fixed TeamsWomen; Fixed TeamsOpen; Fixed TeamsOpen; Fixed TeamsOpen; Youth U18Open Social; Fixed DrawsAdult Learn to Curl
EveningsOpen; Fixed TeamsMen; Fixed TeamsMixed; Fixed TeamsOpen; Fixed TeamsOpen Social; Fixed Draws

Curling Etiquette: how to be a good Curler

We are all out for the fun, competition, exercise, and camaraderie.  How we approach our time here at the club can affect how much we enjoy our time, and can have a major impact on how much others enjoy themselves. Please take 30 seconds and have a quick read through this excellent article that discusses our sport’s nearly unique philosophy about competition: What it means to be a good Curler  

Here is an excellent review of both the etiquette of curling, as well as a clear and short explanation of the basic rules in words that any curler can understand.  These include how to deal with a burnt or moved rock, where to stand, who can sweep where, etc.  We could all profit from a quick re-read of this article thanks to Carleton Place Curling Club: Basic Curling etiquette and rules

And here are the official Rules of Curling .

Curling Lingo

  • Open – 4 members of any gender in any order
  • Mixed – 4 members, 2 female and 2 male, genders must alternate throwing
  • Mixed doubles – 2 members, 1 female and 1 male
  • Mens – 4 male members
  • Womens – 4 female members
  • Fixed teams – the same members play together for the entire curling season, if you’re going to miss a game you’re going to have to find a spare
  • Fixed draws – the same members play together for a single draw, then are remixed for the next draw according to the format of each particular league
  • Drawn teams – teams are put together before each game based on the members who showed up to curl